Question about Nvidia RIVA TNT2 16MB 2X/4X AGP Video Card 128-bit 3D Graphic Card

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I can't find the drivers for a NVIDIA TNT2 AGP 128-bit 3D GRAPHICS VIDEO CARD. Does anyone know where I could get them?

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  • sl_lavoie Oct 07, 2010

    I can't find the drivers ON the site. That's the problem in the first place... Sorry if I didn't specify good enough.

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Go to nvidia support , downloas.

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So basically you are looking for an AGP 4X card. If you don´t want to mess with drivers, look for an Nvidia Riva TNT2 M64 with 32 or 64 mb of video ram. You can also look for any other agp 4x but make sure the connector (Bellow the black square) has the same shape and golden parts.
Ebay would be ussually the easiest, and ussually the cheapiest on this card.
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