have you updated to the latest drivers from ATI.
also just for a try, might look into the bios and allocate a little more memory to the video to see if it makes any difference. like 256.
"Pj Andrews" <PjAndrews@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:B52B9BFD-64F7-4BE4-AC02-EF1854110FA0@microsoft.com...
Hi Everyone - Just a quick question. I am running Vista Business and the
following computer specs
P 4 Processor at 3.06 Gh
ATI x800 AGP w/256 on board Mem
1 Gig of Memory
Two 300 Gig IDE Hard drives
All the latest drivers are installed and seem to function well (love the
All seems to run fine and I am quite happy with the performance, given this
computer is a few years old, but when I run Performance index I am only
getting a 1.0 on the graphics and gaming index. I initially thought this was
due to the limitation on the AGP interface (motherboard does not have PCI-e
interface) but I have read elsewhere that others running similar set-up are
getting mid 4's on the graphic performance index.
Is there a way to get more out of this card?