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Drivers for GO 6800


Hayle

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Hello everyone! Im not the best with computers and i have a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo computer.

Intel Pentium M 1.73ghz with 1gb ddr.

The graphic card im running is a Nvidia Geforce Go 6800 on a Windows XP 32bit.

I havent updated my drivers in a while and i was wondering if you could help me for abit. Would like some drivers that work well with games. The game i play mostly is Counter-Strike 1.6 and i would like a drivers that is optimal for it and makes is run good. Any tips on a good driver and any tips on how to make the game run as good as possible?

Thanks.

Hayle

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169.04 is a good starting point, the newer drivers probably don't give anything except if a particlular game bug has been removed in them.

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Or the 177.41 if you're feeling adventurous.

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6800 is more than enough to tackle the graphics of counter strike 1.6 which requires a pentium 233mhz, 32mb ram and a directX 7 card which should have about 8 mb ram. your 6800 has 256 mb you will experience 9000fps!

seriously, cs 1.6 has crap graphics, your spec would be more suited to play counter strike source. i managed to play cs 1.6 on my old desktop, specs are:

pentium 2 350 mhz

190 mb ram

ati rage iic 4 mb

you will have no problem

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Okay thanks guys, just a quick question if any1 can answer it. When playing counter-strike ( im using a Samsung SyncMaster 204b TFT 75hz ) i get alot of blurry things on the screen. Like the player models would like them to be more smoother and not so "blurry" and the whole map aswell is very blurry. Is there anyway to get this less blurry playing on the same resolution?

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it would be the resolution thats causing the blurring i guess... :)

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it would be the resolution thats causing the blurring i guess... :)

No way to change it in the nvidia control panel?

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no, its the resolution, there are too few pixels so they are bigger, causing to be blurry and not as sharp as higher resolutions, but with your gpu it can definately play it on highest resolution

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