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Ok i have a MSI 2GB TWIN FROZER2 6950
since the last driver updates its been changing the screen settings randomly (i use hdmi cable)
How do i down grade to the last set of drivers? if thats possible at all?
current driver version is 188.8.131.520. catalyst 12.6
any recommendations? dont want to go over £100 ish
i am running a asus gtx280 at the moment.
was looking at the following:
sapphire hd 7770 or 7750
PNY Geforce gt550ti
or asus gt 640.
the specs confuse me though as they arent all written the same!!
thing i dont get though is the 280 has memory interface of 512....and the rest arent anywhere near that although the others run ddr5 or have bigger mem?
help me decide please
The Geforce GTX 550 Ti is about in the ballpark of the Radeon HD 7770.
Followed by the HD 7750 which is followed by the GT 640.
Radeon often lack good drivers while they are technically better than the Geforces. I have used both brands over time and at the moment would go with a Geforce even though I had no problem with the Radeon on this computer.
What exactly do you mean by mem interface? the gpu ram?
1GB should be sufficient - 2GB+ are mostly only needed when you use something like texture mods in games (or for badly optimized games like GTA IV with high view distance)
Assuming you're using Windows 7 OS
Click Start Menu
Right Click on Computer > Select Properties
Click on Device Manager on the popup window
Expand Display Adapters > Right click on your Video Card and select Properties
Click on Driver Tab > Update Driver > Browse my Computer for Driver Software > Click " Let me pick from a list of Device Drivers on my Computer "
Select your Previous Driver and click Next for it to revert.
Hehe.. I love watching that cartoon when I was a kid.Originally Posted by TheKiwi
Last edited by Dufus old hag; 08-12-2012 at 10:12 PM.
Anyone know of a program/utility to see what programs on your computer are utilizing the network connection? I'm trying to see if there are any connections on my line sucking up bandwidth.
Last edited by Hellfish; 08-11-2012 at 07:12 PM.
this thread is really helpful sometimes!
You're welcome ARGAR, happy to help!