As usual, installation on our Athlon based system went on (for
the most part) without a hitch. The only problem that I encountered
was the loss of AGP 2x due to the fact that my base Mainboard
is a FIC SD11. The card seemed to have been stuck in AGP 1x
mode, and nothing I could do would remedy the situation (and
yes I did try the Nvidia registry hack). Oh well, my best guess
is that FIC, AMD, or Nvidia will come up with a fix soon enough.
Keep your figures crossed.
Leadtek drivers used for this review were based upon the 5.16
Nvidia reference drivers. The Drivers (build 103) have support
for the much hyped Full Scene Anti-Aliasing (FSAA), though only
OpenGL was supported. Leadtek also includes the D3D and OpenGL
tweaking panel that we have come to expect from all newer graphics
cards. Another nice addition was Leadtek's inclusion of a core/memory
overclocking utility dubbed speed runner.