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Well I am thinking of getting a second video card, right now im running an ATI Radeon 7200 PCI 32MB. Its a nice card, but as with these new and AWESOME cards coming out I just have to get one, I have an open AGP 2.0 Socket, which the card requires. But I have been hearing that there are some serious compatibility issues with the TI 4600 series and VIA Chipsets, I have a VIA KT133 Chipset on my FIC AZ11EA board that I am running. I am just wanting to know if there are any compatibility issues with it and my board/chipset. It really would be a shame to spend the almost 300$ for an Xtasy TI 4600 just to find out that it isnt going to work in my system... so please get back to me with REAL FACT not just speculation please, thanks.

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Ok first off :upset: ......... That is not at all what I asked for in my posting, I see that you have VIA chipsets on your board and your having a problem of your own on it. But that is not at all what I asked for, are you saying that your problem was a direct conflict with your TI4600 and the VIA Chipset? Or did you just notice that someone else was posting something about a TI4600 and just decided to put your 2¢ in on the subject... Anyway back to my posting at hand, if anyone has any KNOWLEDGE about TI4600's and VIA Chipsets, please post a reply on what I am asking about... thanks.

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If your going to be rude to the other members of the forum your not going to get much help. We are all here to offer what we believe to be a solution or an idea that could lead to a solution to someones problem. So lighten up a little Huh.
 

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I know from my own experince that there is a serious compatibility isue with geforce cards and VIA chipsets, but for some reason it only seems to happen sometimes, regardless of system specs or windows or directx as people say. There is no way of telling if it will work or not till you buy it and try it out, but of course if it doesnt work it can be a waste of money. I think the best thing to do is to get a newer ATI card, just to be on the safe side. The new cards can be just as good as the new geforce cards, but are much more stable. Sorry i cant give any acurate help, but as i say there is no way to tell apart from to try it out.
 
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