What Probs to expect with a rage 128 AIW and a GeForce FX 5200

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  1. Golden Dragoon

    Golden Dragoon Maha Guru

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    Well the title said it all really.
    I have just bought a Rage 128 Pro All In Wonder PCI card for my pc so i can get all the features of the AIW series.
    But my main graphics card in the PC in my bedroom is a GeForce FX5200.
    How will the ATi drivers work with the nVidia drivers already in my system.
    are there any known issues?
     
  2. Golden Dragoon

    Golden Dragoon Maha Guru

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    *bump*

    Dosn't anyone know?
    surely someone is running an ATi and a GeForce?
     
  3. manothehour

    manothehour Master Guru

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    i dont really know........all i know is my 5200 AGP sucks.....all i can can is if there are nvidia and ati drivers on the same comp they might conflict with eachother, since multiples nvidia drivers on one comp conflict with eachoterh. GL
     
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    Immortalanathem Master Guru

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    sadly, i dont even know if your system would boot with both drivers loaded, best thing is to do it and hope =p
     

  5. Golden Dragoon

    Golden Dragoon Maha Guru

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    Well I shall just have to try.

    Oh and I know that the 5200 sucks but I don't genraly play games on the PC in my bedroom. It's mainly there so I can watch divx movies and I needed something that could play the odd game or two and have no fan for silent running.

    Well I will soon see if there are any conflicts on tuesday when it arrives.
     

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