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    Ti4200 artifacting in new system

    New system: see my signature. All of a sudden my Ti4200 (BIOS OCed) is artifacting while it didn't with my old P4PE mobo, could this have something to do with the P4P800 having AGP 8x?
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    It shouldn't do. Am I right in thinking ur geforce 4 ti 4200 is a 4X AGP card like mine? Ur card is not overclocked in any way and it is set to 4X AGP as far as u know?

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    make sure your apg drivers are installed goto start control panel display settings advanced click on your card the BUs shoudll say AGP 4X not (PCI MODE AGP)

    if its says pci your agp drivers were not installed right
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    Try checking you AGP settings in the BIOS. BTW nice rig.
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    Now I'm stumped! There are no real AGP options whatsoever in P4P800 BIOS (ver.1008) But OCed at 3.5Ghz all my artifacting troubles are gone, I have even flashed my OCed nVidia BIOS back again! When I put the system to default 2.8Ghz there's the artifacting again, but who cares! I'm staying at 3.5Ghz for sure!
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