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Windows 7: 7000 vs 7057

23 Mar 2009   #31

7600.20510 x86

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 1Bowtie View Post
Hi Win 7

Powercolor HD 3850 agp here and i love it. Drivers from Ati work great in Win 7 7048 no probs. This card most likely will be the last agp we get, you know how most posts go (your still useing agp, that's old tech) which really doesn't bother me cause it still works great.:)

Haha ya. Before I bought my HD3850 AGP, I went to Best Buy to see what they had. I'm looking around and all I see is PCI-E. I haven't been in a pc store in a long time beforehand. When I asked, "where are the AGP models", the clerks looked at me like I had two heads on my shoulders lol.

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23 Mar 2009   #32

Vista Ult 64bit - Windows 7 Ult 7264 64bit

I find 7057 to be less stable than either 7000 or 7048, but I also have to remind everyone who also finds this build less reliable that this is not a release build but an internal one and never designed for external use.

And for LarryLaser...bro, this is a Beta OS and I surely would not recommend you use it with your business machine, especially with high end CAD s'ware which really stresses a system. I would look at your graphics card(s) first as even an 8600GTS is going to find that a bit tough at times, and also having two mismatched cards is....potentially a problem..
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23 Mar 2009   #33

Windows 7 7600 x86 &x64, Windows XPP sp3 (x86) & sp2 x64

Hey "Chappy"
Nice comments.
I know that Win 7 is beta and I am testing it for stability, as for my OS and Computers, This main box is my working box, I am just testing the stability of Win 7 with my system and programs I use constantly, I do not use it for my business.

As for MS, there are a few statements from the Dev team that Win 7 is computable all the way back to the gForce 7900 card.

As for my box, I only have 1 PCIe x16 port, so I can only use one of these cards, but I use 3 Monitors so I need a 2nd card, could not find a 8600 GTS PCI card so I have tried some that I have, the FX 5200 and the gForce 6200OC cards are the newest in PCI that I have. If I decide to build another Computer I might go for one Mobo with 2 PCIe slots, maby later.

As for now, the most graphics that I care ablut is to just watch media files, I don't give a s*&% about gaming or graphics design, just CAD and programming design, I have run benchmarktest on my system (in Win XP x64) and done extremely well.

Question, Do you know of any manufacture that makes a Vid Card that has 3 monitor ports (not the tv port)?

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