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Windows 7: which driver 'll offload grafx work from cpu to my card

01 May 2010   #1
magoood

Windows 7 x64
 
 
which driver 'll offload grafx work from cpu to my card

Hi
I still own the geforce 6200 AGP card on windows 7 and I feel like nvidia guys have dropped support for this card with latest drivers (am i right?). How to make this card process all the grafx load as it used to do in windows xp for smoother work in windows 7?

P.S. I use Asus A7N8X-E deluxe board and I already installed the drivers I read on a famous thread before How To: Vista and Nforce2 With Full Driver Support

just I feel like the main problem is with the gpu board. I feel like the graphing is thrown onto the CPU and not the board coz I usually notice high cpu usage with the same video files that i never encountered this problem before, on xp.


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01 May 2010   #2
Johnathan Lyman

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by magoood View Post
Hi
I still own the geforce 6200 AGP card on windows 7 and I feel like nvidia guys have dropped support for this card with latest drivers (am i right?). How to make this card process all the grafx load as it used to do in windows xp for smoother work in windows 7?

P.S. I use Asus A7N8X-E deluxe board and I already installed the drivers I read on a famous thread before How To: Vista and Nforce2 With Full Driver Support

just I feel like the main problem is with the gpu board. I feel like the graphing is thrown onto the CPU and not the board coz I usually notice high cpu usage with the same video files that i never encountered this problem before, on xp.
You will notice that with video files and your graphics card. Your graphics card is not designed to decode video regardless of what version of the drivers you are using. The CPU is doing the mathematical decoding and sending that info to the card to display. You can only offload video decoding to the graphics card if the card supports the ability to accept video decoding tasks. the 6200 is not one of them.
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