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question about Leadtek A6200TDH-128MB Geforce 6200 128MB DDR AGP 4X/8X Video Card

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by joe user, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. joe user

    joe user Guest

    I was about to buy one of these cards but I wanted to make sure it
    would work with my motherboard first. My motherboard only supports 4X
    AGP at 1.5volts.

    The problem is some online stores list it as a 4X/8X AGP card while
    others list it as 8X only. LeadTek website says "supports 8X AGP" does
    that mean it only runs on 8X AGP or just can work faster with 8X AGP
    but still is ok with AGP 4X? I need to know if this card does work
    with AGP 4X AGP slot as thats the best my motherboard can support.

    any help would be appreciated.

    joe user, Jun 6, 2005
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  2. joe user

    DaveW Guest

    8X video cards are ALL compatible with 4X motherboards.
    DaveW, Jun 7, 2005
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  3. Yep and its his lucky day as that card can be unlocked, turning it into a
    6600 :)
    Sune Storgaard, Jun 7, 2005
  4. joe user

    joe user Guest


    thanks for that info
    joe user, Jun 7, 2005

  5. Nvidia is shipping it's NV44A GPU for 6200 cards now. This
    chip doesn't use the HSI bridge, nor does it have the 4 inactive pipes
    as they have been removed. If your looking to unlock the extra pipes
    to turn it into a 6600, make sure your card has the HSI bridge as this
    would be a card with the older NV43 GPU.
    Larry Roberts, Jun 7, 2005
  6. joe user

    joe user Guest

    I'm not looking into overclocking or unlocking pipes. I'm just looking
    for a video card that is fast enough for viewing High Definition mpeg2
    and fanless. Since I'm not into games I was hoping that I wouldn't
    need to go to the nvidia 6600 which costs twice as much.
    joe user, Jun 7, 2005
  7. Well. I'd imagine the 6200 would be what you want. I'm not
    sure if it would make a difference in your situation, but be aware
    that there are lots of 64bit memory bus versions floating around with
    slow memory, but faster core speeds. A true 128bit 6200 has a 300Mhz
    core, and 8.8GB, or so memory bandwidth.
    However, I've been seeing 64bit cards with half the memory
    bandwidth, but 350Mhz, or 385Mhz core (Chaintech SA62AC, Asus N6200TD,
    and Leadtek A6200TDH).
    Larry Roberts, Jun 7, 2005
  8. Sharanga Dayananda, Jun 7, 2005
  9. joe user

    joe user Guest

    I'm not sure as I would be looking to do 1920x1080i . They don't list
    the 6200 or 6200A AGP cards for that matter.
    joe user, Jun 7, 2005
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