nforce2 Igp + A radeon 9xxxx

has any one tried/knows the performance issues of this leathal combination?
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  1. This combination is by no means "lethal". Radeons work fine with all nVidia chipsets

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  2. OMG WHY WOULD U EVEN CONSIDER THAT!

    once u put the ATi card in the nforce, the bios screen will middle finger you and then overclock your card so much that it melts.

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  3. OMG soo LOL!!!!!!!

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  4. i was refering to the driver issues which may arise
    since there was a onboard Mx + you have a external
    agp card :)
  5. Disable onboard in bios if it doesn't do it automatically, no problem. At least no more than any other chipset or IGP.


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