Unlocking Geforce 6200

Hi i haeva old PC that i want to be able to run games like call of duty 4 , 5 etc


i heard i can unlock the geforce 6200 pipelines from 4 to 8 basically making it a 6600 if so how?

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    A 6200 or a 6600 regardless of how much memory, regardless of what clock rates and with any processor in a motherboard that doesn't even have AGP will NEVER run COD 4.

    You never mentioned your processor but I suspect that its junk considering the motherboard.

    I'm sorry but there is no point in trying, I felt the same when I had a 64MB 7300 LE and I was trying to get the what ever I can out of it till at the end I realized that I need a new PC. I tried 6 series cards but they are way too outdated, I use them as paper weights, I have one on my desk right now.

    Invest a good $500 in a budget gaming rig and you can play everything, see the recommendations on this website.
  2. If you are talking about the onboard geforce 6200, it was made as part of the chipset and has only 4shader cores, there are no cores to unlock.

    The pci 6200 might be able to however.

    You are better off running the first call of duty game. It was the best of the series anyway and the graphics in that game are decent even by today's standards.
  3. Even if it is the discrete PCI version, it's as horrible, so you should either stick to old games or get a whole new PC.
  4. Good luck finding a pci 6600 bios however, if it even exists.
  5. hello and yes i run call of duty 4 and 5 (the zombie maps work best) and even play online on HIGHEST (cpu based not GPU) settings thats 1280x800 res and all textures at EXTRA but anti-aliasing and other gpu needy things make the FPS go way down

    i run it around 45-50 FPS on a P4 3.2Ghz and 4gb ram

    this is also thru a dvi-hdmi cord to a 32" monitor

    so yea the geforce 6200 is great but i wants to run black ops
  6. also idk where to start upgrading my mobo to 1 with pci-express that cost 100$ or more right? please link a cheapest one :D
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  8. Black ops runs fine on my living room pc, its winxp-pro, 939-x2-4400+@2.5ghz paired with a hd-4870 512mb card, 46" 1080p lcd tv.

    On another thread someone wanted a cheap htpc pc. I swapped the 4670 for the 5770 to make a budget gaming pc. [...] 6811144231
    $74.99 $59.99 after mail-in rebate APEVIA Black SECC Steel / Aluminum X-MASTER-BK/500 watt ATX HTPC Case [...] mbo.660252
    $85.98 AMD Athlon II X2 250 Regor 3.0GHz Socket AM3 65W Dual-Core bundled with Biostar N68S3+ AM3 NVIDIA MCP68S Micro ATX AMD [...] 6820146748
    $38.99 $28.99 after mail-in rebate Mushkin Enhanced Essentials 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 [...] mbo.668011
    $50.98 Seagate Barracuda ST3500413AS 500GB bundled with LG DVD±RW SuperMulti
    $109.99 $89.99 after mail-in rebate card ASUS CuCore Series EAH5770 CuCore/2DI/1GD5 Radeon HD 5770 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI

    Subtotal: $360.93 ($315.93 if your mail in and pray rebates come in, ya don't count on mail in and pray rebates.)

    You might want to substitute something like a antec 650 or corsair 600 watt and a case without a power supply. I had it configured already and was lazy and copied and pasted.
  9. If your current case is ok, this system should be fairly low power, there is a good chance it will work ok with your current case/power supply.

    Without the case/ps and hdd and dvd rw its Subtotal: $234.96 ($204.96 after rebates) for the board/cpu/cooler/memory/video card.

    (the 5770 when o/c is close to the o/c 4890 shown) The regor when o/c to 3.6ghz is a bit faster than the phenomIIx2 shown.

    The bigger the card, the more cpu power you need. The i5-2500K when overclocked is currently the fastest cpu for gaming. 570's in sli or 6950's in crossfire are needed to match this fast quad core cpu.

    A pair of 460's or 6870's do pretty good too when paired with the overclocked phenomIIx4 3.4ghz o/c 3.8ghz

    As you can see the price quickly skyrockets.
  11. cool thanks ill check it out
  12. BTW i have the Pentium 4 3.2 GHz idk if it necessary to upgrade????
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