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I have a 6800 and it works...

(I want a 7800, but am going to wait untill the price goes down)

 

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:D:D :lol:

I have a really old GeForce 4 MX 440 - 64Mb

and I have no problem with kotor2

 

Well, ofcourse a card tested with and notified in the readme/trouble shooting guide will work with Kotor2. But it wouldn't be the first time a game wouldn't work with technology made AFTER a game is released. The first GeForce broke quite some games working perfectly well with the Voodoo or TNT... maybe even more than XP

 

I have a 6800 and it works...

(I want a 7900, but am going to wait untill the price goes down)

 

Deadly_Nightshade

 

Same as above.

(and just to note; the 7900 does not exist :shifty: )

 

And third; Why is this one in General now... didn't it start in Technical?

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(and just to note; the 7900 does not exist  :shifty: )

 

 

thanx, I fixed my post...

 

Deadly_Nightshade

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-H. H. Munro

 

"Geez. It's like we lost some sort of bet and ended up saddled with a bunch of terrible new posters on this forum."

-Hurlshot

 

 

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Well, ofcourse a card tested with and notified in the readme/trouble shooting guide will work with Kotor2. But it wouldn't be the first time a game wouldn't work with technology made AFTER a game is released. The first GeForce broke quite some games working perfectly well with the Voodoo or TNT... maybe even more than XP

 

you're right :ph34r:

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:D:D :)

I have a really old GeForce 4 MX 440 - 64Mb

and I have no problem with kotor2

 

Well, ofcourse a card tested with and notified in the readme/trouble shooting guide will work with Kotor2. But it wouldn't be the first time a game wouldn't work with technology made AFTER a game is released. The first GeForce broke quite some games working perfectly well with the Voodoo or TNT... maybe even more than XP

 

I have a 6800 and it works...

(I want a 7900, but am going to wait untill the price goes down)

 

Deadly_Nightshade

 

Same as above.

(and just to note; the 7900 does not exist :p )

 

 

Yes it does fools.


 

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GeForce 7800GT will it work with KOTOR2? I am looking into getting it thats why!?  :luck:

 

Yes it works just fine with KotOR2.

Just turn every graphic settig to max, and you'll have the best graphics KotOR2 can offer. 8xFSAA and 16xAF is a bit over the top, and doesn't really make the graphics better... But there sure as hell ain't jo jaggedy edges.

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I run a eVGA Nvidia 7800 GT 256MB PCI Express video card, and it runs the game on all high settings flawlessly.

 

Other system specs are:

 

1GB Corsair XMS High Performance RAM w/LED lights

AMD Athlon 64-bit 4000+ Clawhammer

ASUS A8N-32 Deluxe SLI nForce4 MotherBoard

 

Your spec's may be different than mine, but the video will run it very well.

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I have GeForce Go 7400 AND KOTOR II DOESN'T WORK!!!!!!!!! :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

 

Well the game starts but I only listen the music can't see the images.

 

And if i have a lot of patience I can see the things but it goes very slowly.

 

#"!!!$

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