Vlink 8X feature & GrForce 3 Ti200

Discussion in 'FIC' started by Larry Roberts, Dec 31, 2003.

  1. I have an FIC AN19C mainboard with a GeForce 3 Ti200. This
    card worked flawlessly in 2 previous mainboards (MSI 6382 v1, & a DFI
    CA64TN). The FIC AN19C mainboard is AGP 8X compliant. In it's BIOS is
    a setting to disable, and enable Vlink 8X support.
    Since I've put this system together, 3D games, applivcations
    tend to lockup at random times during play. I've already tried doing a
    full format, and reinstall of the OS. All patches, and drivers are
    updated.
    Should the Vlink 8X support be disabled on a 4X videocard?
     
    Larry Roberts, Dec 31, 2003
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  2. Larry Roberts

    farmuse Guest

    If I recall correctly VLink is a term for the Northbridge and
    Southbridge controller speed. Not AGP. You should enable VLink, and set
    the card to AGP x4. For stability check your memory timings, and your
    power supply. Make sure you have DirectX 9, etc.
     
    farmuse, Jan 5, 2004
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