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Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by yoh012, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. yoh012 New Member

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    im newbie here but i'll just ask some questions that are bothering me.
    i have nvidia geforce fx 5200 256mb

    GPU-Z says

    bios (Unknown)
    shaders (Unified)
    memory size (0mb)

    would any one please explain to me about this?

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    GeForce FX are kinda unsupported because they are just too old. GeForce 6 are the first cards that GPU-Z is really tested on.
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  4. yoh012 New Member

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    i see by the way thank you very much for the info
  5. yoh012 New Member

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    sir i tried to intall that driver but i have an error everytime i update the driver.

    this is the error i usually get:
    "The Nvidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit."

    now the current driver i have is 91.31
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    This is just an observation... however, I wonder if that card is a 5200 FX, as it shows (in the screen shot you posted: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=51366&d=1371014345) as a NV18 which was in the 4XXX series.
    The 5200 series card was the NV34, IIRC. Now, I could be wrong, but that may be why the latest driver you can use(stock - without modifying) is the 9X.XX drivers, as the 175.XX driver does not support the 4XXX series.

    Like I said, "Just an Observation".

    EDIT: @OP> Here is some reference on the chipsets/gpu: GPU Review
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  7. yoh012 New Member

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    i have also observed that what could be the solution to my problem?
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    What exact OS are you using?
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    windows xp sp3
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    gpuz not showing correct values

    its moved to new thread
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2013

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