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Better performance from standard vga adapter than vista x64 96.85s in 7x64?

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I get about 10 times better desktop performance while using the Standard vga adapter driver in windows 7 x64.

I'm running a FX5200 128MB PCI card at the moment. On standard vga adapter I get fluid motion on the desktop but local Video Playback is purple with 2 screens.

However on the 96.85s I get 1920x1080 and good local video playback except on youtube. It lags on 240p with the nvidia driver, however on standard vga adapter I can watch 720p 1080p no lag.

I wish I could find a driver that performs like the standard vga adapter in windows and firefox, but still retains local video playback capabilities and youtube performance from the standard vga adapter.

For instance even now theres a 3000ms delay between me typing now and the characters popping up on the screen. Not only that but simple clicking on things like links and emails, I have to HOLD DOWN left click for them to open. It's that laggy. All this lag doesn't exist on the standard vga adapter. I even pushed the core from 250 to 325mhz and it didn't do anything. I have the gpu repasted with active cooling.

I added the device ID info to another driver and got it installed but it didn't work in windows. Anyone had luck modding other version of nvidia forceware to work on the fx5200 in win7 x64? Maybe if I could correctly mod a win7x64 certified driver with the fx5200 dev id I could get solid desktop performance...
Edited by chris89 - 6/10/13 at 2:31pm
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If YouTube is choppy (at any resolution) and your keyboard has a three second delay you have bigger problems than just a video driver.
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I suppose I wasn't clear enough on my description.

Performance is solid as stuff on standard vga adapter EXCEPT local video playback.

Performance is terrible on 96.85s overall EXCEPT local video playback.

Anyone have an idea it's the DRIVER and nothing else. Not sure what other driver to try on it.
post #4 of 7
What codec are u using for playback?

Bye
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Well for all my other rigs with decent video cards I use Cyberlink H264 and it decodes 1080p flawlessly on even a 2.8Ghz p4 and geforce 4 i believe which is saying a lot. The decoder is the best there is and the quality is pristine with zero artifacts in high motion scenes.

For my FX5200 128MB PCI card on my Core i7 rig with the vista x64 96.85s on Windows 7 x64 is actually not bad at all after a fresh reinstall of windows. I overclocked the fx5200 core from 250 to 300 via bios flash and have active cooling, that 50mhz helps for simple desktop tasks.

I use KMPlayer's internal codecs to decode divx on it and it works flawlessly. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by chris89 View Post

Well for all my other rigs with decent video cards I use Cyberlink H264 and it decodes 1080p flawlessly on even a 2.8Ghz p4 and geforce 4 i believe which is saying a lot. The decoder is the best there is and the quality is pristine with zero artifacts in high motion scenes.

For my FX5200 128MB PCI card on my Core i7 rig with the vista x64 96.85s on Windows 7 x64 is actually not bad at all after a fresh reinstall of windows. I overclocked the fx5200 core from 250 to 300 via bios flash and have active cooling, that 50mhz helps for simple desktop tasks.

I use KMPlayer's internal codecs to decode divx on it and it works flawlessly. biggrin.gif
Fx5200 pci on 7? Lol. There is your problem. 7 needs 128mb just for the desktop. That card is so slow and ancient. Stock driver means no extra features. Just simple basic graphics. Upgrade your card..
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lol its just something i had to use because my gtx470s are in other systems atm... I get full aero and all that special stuff and it runs just fine for web browsing and watching movies...
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