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Is it possible to Convert a Quadro NVS 120m into a Geforce 7400 go?


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I have a Dell Latitude D820 with a Core 2 Duo T7200 2.00Ghz processor, 2gb of ram and an Nvidia Quadro NVS 120m. Occasionally i like to play games on it, but it always lags, even on games like battle field 2 with the graphics set all the way low on single player(offline). I have done some research and found out that the NVS 120m, which is based on the Ge-force 7400 go, is not meant for gaming, it is meant for 2d content creation. As far as I know the only difference between the two cards is the amount of memory, 7400 go has 128mb 120m has 256mb, and the bios or software on the card. What I was wondering was if it would be possible to change the graphics card from a Quadro NVS 120m, into a Ge-force 7400 go, in order to improve the 3d performance for gaming. I have already tried using modded INFs but they did not provide a performance increase. Any help would be greatly appreciated. also the driver im using right now is 265.90

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Hi, I'm not sure whether it would be worth it to flash it to a GO 7400, as I still don't think it would be able to play modern games like Battlefield Bad Company 2 in the lowest details. Have a look at this link, it's a comparison of almost every single graphics card and whether they can play a certain game at different detail settings:


Search for you prospective GO 7400 in there, and you'll find that it can't play any of the modern games (according to that website at least!).

I don't know if you can flash your NVS 120m to a GO 7400, because the RAM size is different, but I'm not sure, but I don't think it would make much of a difference even if you could.

Hope this helps, Rob.

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thanks for replying

I wasn't talking about bad company 2, I was talking about battlefield 2

which is from 2006 or 2005. If you look at the benchmarks the 7400 has

a slight advantage, but im fairly certain that the nvs 120m was designed

for 2D content creation, and the 7400 Go is for 3d gaming.

Quadro NVS 120m

3DMark 06 - 660 (3%)

Ge-force 7400 go

3DMark 06 - 709.3 (3%)

I'm still a little confused about the difference between the two chips. Is

the only difference the Ge-force driver or is it something located

in the chipset's bios

And I have played bfbc2 on my computer but i only get about 2 frames per

second. somehow i even managed to fly a helicopter and capture a few bases.

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