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V8460 ultra (and pro) agp cards on asus p4b533-vm dont work???

I have both types of this agp card and im having the same problem with both.. I get black squares over the screen in the post screen and when windows starts these change and i have pixels all over the place sometimes and small red squares all over the screen others, all the drivers are the correct ones and are the most up to date this is annoying as sometimes they will run for hours with no problems then bam! it crashes constantly. Sometimes I cant even boot up as it gets to the post and crashes. they are being cooled from both sides when in the case so overheating is not a problem. I'm running them on winXP with 256mb PC2100 crucial DDR and im using a quality 250w psu....any idea's??? also ive heard I you can use PC2700 DDR with this mobo...how is this possible if the FSB is only 533?

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  • kozmetix May 09, 2009

    Thanks for your help I have had to resort to a standard video card, as I cant see the screen by the time it gets to running the test with the program you kindly gave me the link for! would you say these video cards are worth having fixed? as I was told they are quite good cards for AGP ???.....does anyone know of a place where I can send them to have repaired if it is worth doing?.......Lastly I have purchased some of the PC2700 memory and it works fine with this board....Thankyou!

  • Anonymous May 13, 2009

    I have scrapped the graphics cards and sourced an ebay jobbie with a gainwood FX5700LE and is rather tasty compared to the nvidiaTNT2 that I had to resort back to, I'm not a gaming PC'r but I
    use it as a Media machine, using 'Media Portal' and everything is working ok on that so it'll do, and obviously with the card having larger memory its not taking such a beating out of the system so things are a little quicker, I now have a new problem......yup as you may of guessed im no computer expert! actually you could class me as a 'newborn'....anyway here goes....I have bought a P4 2.8ghz SL6HL as I read this would be ok on my ASUS P4B533-VM verion2 via the following link>>>>

    http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/...

    It says on the link this is a 'NORTHWOOD' but on the processor I have with this code, it is stamped 'MALAY' ??? i'm confused...when I put this processor in it wont boot up...do I have to alter something on the board? Is the chip I've bought the wrong type (the one im using now is 0.13micron, 2.4ghz, 128 L2 cache, 400mhz) The board Is not an ASUS bios but a Viglen Bios and I cannot chage the bios as the function in the post screen isnt available I couldn't use ASUS drivers either, they didn't work but the viglen ones from there website did. The bios version I have is 1006. Im running in jumper free mode as I dont understand the switch settings and dont want to do any damage to the board or anything else. If anyone has this board setup with this 2.8ghz malay chip could you let me know how I set it up????

    Thanks for your help peeps maybe one day I'll be repaying the favour and be able to help someone else out !!!!! :-)

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PC2100 is 266mhz and PC2700 is 333 so for a FSB 533, it shouldn't have any problem running PC2700 if the chipset supports it.

For your other problem. I think there is a problem with the video card memory. You can test it with this program.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Video_Memory_Stress_Test__d5896.html

Posted on May 07, 2009

  • jkpf May 11, 2009

    First of all. A video card is really not worth fixing. a good video card is around 80 and a repair on most onboard fix will cost you 85 to 120 an hour. and that doesn't even include parts. Glad the memory works for you. Here is another tip. A computer with 1GB of fast memory in windows is slower than a computer with 2GB of slower memory.

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