Updating drivers on my radeon x1650pro
On some tests, such as Half-Life 2, the two were basically tied, but on others, Quake 4, for example, the Radeon card beat out the Ge Force 7600 GS by a large margin, in that case by 13 frames per second, which is a significant difference at the budget level.
And of course, if you dial down the resolution and the image-quality settings, you should see your frame rates get closer to the 60-frames-per-second ideal.
Hi, Got a PC here with a new ATI Radeon X1650Pro (AGP) with latest drivers on an ECS 865PE-A Mobo. However, once I add a Pro Link PVBT878P TV Tuner card it basically disables the Radeon and leaves the computer with nothing but driverless graphics (no hardware acceleration) Things I've done: - Tried both CD (original) drivers and latest off the net for the tv tuner - Switched it to different PCI slots - Checked device manager/system info, they are using separate IRQ's and doesn't appear to be a conflict, I'm seriously running out of ideas here.....what else can I check/configure to get these two cards happy??Specs are: [Freshly nuked] Windows XP SP2 1Gb RAM Intel Pentium 4 3.20GHz ECS 865PE-A ATI Radeon X1650Pro Thanks for any help, Neo UPDATE: I made a ghost image of the current Windows installation, and re-installed Windows again.(Can’t minimized the encoding screens) I finally canceled it; I had other things I needed to get done. My desire is to be able to Trim out the commercials on Recorded TV shows that media center has stored and BURN to DVD. ATI Radeon X1650 Pro (dual link) review - CNET Free drivers for ATI Radeon X1650. If you can not find a driver for your operating system you can ask for it on our forum.