A collection of 10 video games running on NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200.
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List of games running on NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 in this video :
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Half-Life 2 : Lost Coast
Need For Speed : Most Wanted
Unreal Tournament 3
All these games are running on NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 GPU (codename NV34) model Asus V9520-X. The game is tested on a PC with a single core AMD Athlon XP 1700+ CPU, Asus A7V600-X motherboard, 768MB DDR1 and NVIDIA ForceWare 175.19 drivers for Windows XP SP3. NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 is an AGP 8X GPU with a 128MB RAM video memory and Direct3D 9.0.
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That's 5200 with 64 bit memory, which is about 30% slower than the 128 bit version. On the other hand you're playing most of the games in DX9 where we all know there were problems with the FX cards. Get the 128 bit version, choose DX8 and you'll see significant improvement. I used to play HL2 and CS:S with twice the FPS that you get. I used to play NFS MW with 30-50fps with medium settings. The card is not that awful for it's time and it's price range, it's just that most people aren't using it properly, not to say that whenever I see a test of it nowadays I see the one with 64 bit memory. And people say it's crap and say that Radeon 9200 was way better when in fact it wasn't , it was the same.
Geforce FX 5200 was my first GPU and I remember playing POP Sands of Time. Prince of Persia fan here. In the beginning, I thought I had won the world because most of my friends were stuck with inbuilt GPU that does not support any pixel shader. Later, I realize that this GPU was a potato and its equivalent Radeon would destroy this card (POP Warrior Within). Though this GPU ran Warrior Within at lower resolution and mid graphical setup, My friend with Radeon 9200 could run in mid resolution with all settings maxed out. Still, good old days and love this GPU
rofl that was my old setup exept i had the pci version and a xp 2400+ and b4 that it was in a p3 with 1.1ghz setup but for some reason i ran at 800x600 but still got better fps on thm setups maby it was cause u was recording with sound cause i kno i use to disable sound when i recorded to keep the fps better good video tho brought back memories of mta vice city and sa-mp in the early 2000s
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