KG7-Raid and geforce4 ti4200's

Discussion in 'Abit' started by rodeoislander, Oct 24, 2003.

  1. Heya,

    I have a KG7Raid and a KR7A-Raid here which I am incorporating into systems
    to sell.

    I ordered two Albatron fx5200 EP5200 cards and neither would so much as post
    with them installed (looong beep followed by two short ones). They would
    work in an nforce2 board I have here, albeit at fairly abysmal frame rates.

    So I'm sending them back to newegg and am thinking of replacing them with
    ti4200's as I have a 4400 and a 4600 here and they both work fine in either

    So my question is: do ti4200's play well with the KG7Raid and KR7ARaid
    rodeoislander, Oct 24, 2003
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  2. rodeoislander

    Bob Troll Guest

    FWIW I had a TI-4200 4x card in my KG7 until last night when I changed the
    MB to a NF7. It worked just fine...

    Bob Troll
    Bob Troll, Oct 24, 2003
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  3. rodeoislander

    Max Guest


    I have a KG7-Raid with a MSI Ti4200 video card. No problems.

    I do remember having troubles with the universal drivers from Nvidia
    (Detonator 44.12?), but unfortunately I don't recall details. It
    might have even been an install issue. When I went with the latest
    drivers from the MSI web site all was good.

    Max, Oct 24, 2003
  4. Update: I now have two Chainteck ti4200's here. They play together very
    well indeed. :)
    rodeoislander, Oct 27, 2003
  5. rodeoislander

    Bob Troll Guest

    Those are nice cards. Enjoy!!
    Bob Troll, Oct 28, 2003
  6. They are excellent. They bench 100% faster in Q3 than the the fx5200's did
    on slower processors mounted on older boards, and with half the vram to
    boot! (64 vs 128mb) :)

    Albeit, they are a bit more expensive ($94 vs $68) but well worth it, imho.
    rodeoislander, Oct 29, 2003
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