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Mediocre 2D performance with Geforce Go 6150

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Heys guys,

I have an old Compaq V3000 with windows xp x64 installed on it and its 2D game performance is pretty mediocre. I mean MEDIOCRE. I seriously don't know if it is the Geforce Go 6150 that is bottlenecking or the drivers (it's hard to find one, I had to use the ones on laptopvideo2go, version 19X.XX). I tried the drivers on HP's website and they are not compatible with 64 bit. So should I install Windows XP 32bit?

You can see the specs in my systems.

Thanks for your help.
post #2 of 7
I'm not really sure what your expecting from an extremely old card? It is little more than an onboard graphics chip, meant to do power point presentations, not play games.
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I'm not really sure what your expecting from an extremely old card? It is little more than an onboard graphics chip, meant to do power point presentations, not play games.
Well I could play 2D games fine with my Pentium 3. I'm not talking about hardcore 3D games like crysis and stuff. I'm talking about 2D games like flash games and other stuff; it is horribly slow, like 10-15 FPS. It's even slow on youtube, and no comments on 720i and above.
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Well I could play 2D games fine with my Pentium 3. I'm not talking about hardcore 3D games like crysis and stuff. I'm talking about 2D games like flash games and other stuff; it is horribly slow, like 10-15 FPS. It's even slow on youtube, and no comments on 720i and above.
Flash has harsher requirements then it did when the card originally came out?
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Flash has harsher requirements then it did when the card originally came out?
I think you're right. thanks!
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Yup I have an XP 2800+ with a 9600Pro around and it completely sucks with anything flash based. Youtube included.
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post #7 of 7
flash is very very CPU LIMITED!!!

but anyways....

i found flash hard to run on my 8600 back in the day... yet i could play all the latest 3d game fine lol
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