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A huge company like Nvidia is much smarter and wiser than you will ever be my friend. As we have said, XP is a dead OS, yes people use it, but for how long do you think companies are going to support it for? For current gen hardware I would think you would atleast be smart enough to upgrade OS, as it plays a very vital role in your computer. Dont blame Nvidia, blame yourself for not researching.
How am I supposed to research the fact that the card doesn't run at the specified clocks, you imbecile? And where from, if it's not even stated in the official specs? Show me where they stated I NEED Windows Vista/7 to run it at the specified clocks, and that XP is un-supported, which was what it should've said due to excluding a feature as basic as Power Management, and then saying my OS in un-supported for this feature when it can damn well be implemented.

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If your thread title would have been along the lines of...

"Why do Nvidia drivers not have proper XP support?" you would have gotten a lot nicer results. It just comes from experience on how to word your posts to get the answers your expecting.
Because I would have gotten even more responses from elitist ignorant a-holes like the above mentioned/quoted (codejunki), telling me a card that says it is fully supported on an OS needs a newer OS to be run at stated specs, even though this was never stated in the official requirements.
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Wait wait wait....

You bought a Fermi, for XP?

That's like putting a Ferrari engine in a Ford Pinto. You should have bought like a 7900GTX or something instead. You're stuck on DX9, no reason to buy a DX11 card for a 10 year old OS.

You do realize, that none of your other hardware will ACTUALLY work correctly in XP either, right? XP only PROPERLY supports single core CPU's, and obviously a limited amount of RAM. SSD's won't work, RAID support isn't that great with fast drives....

Your OS is a huge bottleneck at this point.
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Wait wait wait....

You bought a Fermi, for XP?

That's like putting a Ferrari engine in a Ford Pinto. You should have bought like a 7900GTX or something instead. You're stuck on DX9, no reason to buy a DX11 card for a 10 year old OS.
You do realize, that none of your other hardware will ACTUALLY work correctly in XP either, right? XP only PROPERLY supports single core CPU's, and obviously a limited amount of RAM. SSD's won't work, RAID support isn't that great with fast drives....

Your OS is a huge bottleneck at this point.
That's bollocks. 7 series cards don't even have PhysX, I wouldn't be able to even run Zombie Driver or Lead and Gold, both of which I can max perfectly now thanks to this card.

And it won't run my games at 16XAA like this card can, so /facepalm yourself again.
    
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ATI (now AMD) don't bother updating drivers and supporting older games, mostly they try and support whatever mainstream apps are used at the time. I got a lot of games from late 90s/early 2000s that need Nvidia cards to run. I had an ATI 2900XT and a HD 5770, trust me their support for old obscure games isn't good. I built this PC purely to play older games that don't support Windows 7 and the new drivers (hell some of them freak out if you use CPUs with more than one core) and it's doing fine for that now.
Then, if that is the case, you bought the wrong GPU.

You should be using a 7600GT 256/512MB AGP/PCIe card or maybe get an 8800 for it.

Why would you be using a 10 year old game with a video card that is (barely) a generation behind in tech?

Makes no sense. I'm willing to also bet that you could have gotten away with a 6600, and maybe even a 9800Pro depending on the games you're playing.
    
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Wait wait wait....

You bought a Fermi, for XP?
Not the point, and completely irrelevant. They said XP was supported, so it should be.

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Then, if that is the case, you bought the wrong GPU.

You should be using a 7600GT 256/512MB AGP/PCIe card or maybe get an 8800 for it.

Why would you be using a 10 year old game with a video card that is (barely) a generation behind in tech?

Makes no sense. I'm willing to also bet that you could have gotten away with a 6600, and maybe even a 9800Pro depending on the games you're playing.
Same to you. Missing the point. And you're telling me people didn't upgrade their 8800s to the 200 series when XP was still the latest OS? LOL
Edited by Iceman23 - 4/27/11 at 8:16am
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Then, if that is the case, you bought the wrong GPU.

You should be using a 7600GT 256/512MB AGP/PCIe card or maybe get an 8800 for it.

Why would you be using a 10 year old game with a video card that is (barely) a generation behind in tech?

Makes no sense. I'm willing to also bet that you could have gotten away with a 6600, and maybe even a 9800Pro depending on the games you're playing.
They would barely run L4D1. I am running new games fine as well thanks to this card (L4D2 maxed out with 16XAA at 40-60FPS), at highest anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering levels. No 7 or 8 series card can do this (unless it's an Ultra you're talking about), I struggled with anything above 2-4X AA with my old 8800GT.

And legacy/old hardware cost more than brand new tech here. 8800 Ultras are priced like artifacts here (£300).
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That's bollocks. 7 series cards don't even have PhysX, I wouldn't be able to even run Zombie Driver or Lead and Gold, both of which I can max perfectly now thanks to this card.

And it won't run my games at 16XAA like this card can, so /facepalm yourself again.
And I'll bet money on it, that you saw literally no improvement from your old 8800 (just read the thread). That Athlon 3200 is such a bottleneck, its not even funny. You couldn't even fully utilize an 8600GT, let alone a GTX460.

Where is the logic here?

I understand that you're mad that you bought the wrong card for a 10 year old OS. But you can't blame Nvidia for your mistake.

You cannot possibly expect Windows XP, a 10 year old OS, to properly use a graphics card made this year. Especially on hardware that is just as old as your OS (or just about).

The reason its stuttering, I'll put MONEY ON IT....is that your CPU cannot feed that GPU the information quick enough. The GPU just sits there and waits and waits, and your CPU is like, "Dude, just gimme another couple minutes, I'm almost ready!".

Athlon64 3200+ cannot possibly feed a GTX460 the information quickly enough. As such, the 460 is downclocking while its waiting, to conserve power.
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ATI (now AMD) don't bother updating drivers and supporting older games, mostly they try and support whatever mainstream apps are used at the time. I got a lot of games from late 90s/early 2000s that need Nvidia cards to run. I had an ATI 2900XT and a HD 5770, trust me their support for old obscure games isn't good. I built this PC purely to play older games that don't support Windows 7 and the new drivers (hell some of them freak out if you use CPUs with more than one core) and it's doing fine for that now.
Well this thread provided me with my entertainment for the day. Anyway if you built this computer solely for the purpose of playing old games why drop in a modern GPU when you could have bought one off of eBay for 30 quid that's tried and true on the specific games you're buying? It should be pretty well known at this point that tech doesn't always have backward compatibility. Did you do all the research for this rig on your own or did you ask anyone here at OCN about it before you bought the parts and built it (also links to the posts or it didn't happen).

Rather than rage on Nvidia I'd focus the blame squarely on where it belongs, you. You should have done the research, asked the right questions and thought this out far more throughly than you did.


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And I'll bet money on it, that you saw literally no improvement from your old 8800 (just read the thread). That Athlon 3200 is such a bottleneck, its not even funny. You couldn't even fully utilize an 8600GT, let alone a GTX460.

Where is the logic here?

I understand that you're mad that you bought the wrong card for a 10 year old OS. But you can't blame Nvidia for your mistake.

You cannot possibly expect Windows XP, a 10 year old OS, to properly use a graphics card made this year. Especially on hardware that is just as old as your OS (or just about).

The reason its stuttering, I'll put MONEY ON IT....is that your CPU cannot feed that GPU the information quick enough. The GPU just sits there and waits and waits, and your CPU is like, "Dude, just gimme another couple minutes, I'm almost ready!".

Athlon64 3200+ cannot possibly feed a GTX460 the information quickly enough. As such, the 460 is downclocking while its waiting, to conserve power.
My thoughts exactly. There's no way that CPU, especially at stock can feed information to that GPU fast enough at the settings you're claiming. Screenshots or it didn't happen.
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They would barely run L4D1. I am running new games fine as well thanks to this card (L4D2 maxed out with 16XAA at 40-60FPS), at highest anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering levels. No 7 or 8 series card can do this, I struggled with anything above 2-4X AA with my old 8800GT.
You do realize that that's absolutely horrible. That 460 could pull 120+ FPS on L4D2.

And my old 8800GT, paired with an Opteron dual core could max out L4D2.

Again, CPU bottleneck to the extreme.

That's like getting mad because I bought a GTX590 to pair with a Pentium 3.

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Wait wait wait..you said you built this rig for OLDER GAMING. L4D2 is not an older game, and would benefit from a multi core CPU + Windows 7, since XP can't fully utilize multi core setups.
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Wait wait wait....

You bought a Fermi, for XP?

That's like putting a Ferrari engine in a Ford Pinto. You should have bought like a 7900GTX or something instead. You're stuck on DX9, no reason to buy a DX11 card for a 10 year old OS.

You do realize, that none of your other hardware will ACTUALLY work correctly in XP either, right? XP only PROPERLY supports single core CPU's, and obviously a limited amount of RAM. SSD's won't work, RAID support isn't that great with fast drives....

Your OS is a huge bottleneck at this point.
I think he already knows all this... he doesn't have an SSD, nor any raptors, he's not trying to run 8 GBs of RAM either AND XP supports multi core just fine. When I switched to Vista from XP I lost some points on my benchmarks back in the day... of course I got em all back with Windows 7 and then some but still...

I'm sure if he ever decides to upgrade his PC to a new one he will be happy that he's got a 460 to throw in it rather than an outdated 7900.

Seriously, you guys need to respect the fact that people have a right to do what ever they want with their PCs. He knows the benefits of Windows 7, I am sure of it. It's just not what he wants at this time.

OP I would think that's some major design flaw in the nVidia drivers... did you say you contacted nVidia support about it?
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