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ATI Radeon X200M T&L


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stutray

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Hi All.

Does anyone know if the ATI Radeon X200M is T&L capable ?

I trawled through the ATI site and was confronted with all sorts of interesting info but no easy answer !

It is running with the following:

Toshiba Satellite Pro A100 - Intel Celeron M 360 1.4 GHz - 15.4" TFT (1280 x 800 / 24-bit )
256 MB Ram (expandable to 2g DDR)
400 MHz Data Bus

The purpose ? To run that system draining Sims 2 for my God Daughter !!!!

Also is anyone aware of a way to easily determine whether cards are T&L capable.
Is there a site which lists card properties ?

p.s. Great site & great Forum. - We are not worthy !

Thanks.
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As far as I know as long as you spend at least $50 for your video card it will have T&L :whistling: The only graphics interface that I've encountered without it was my integrated Dell graphics about 3 years ago.

I'm pretty sure any video card nowadays has T&L.

PS - Tell her to make lots of time because it's addicting :blink:
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Should supprt T&L, but sims 2 is fairly demanding on the system as whole with only 256 of ram it will struggle.
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The processor will be pushing it as well. I had a 1.4GHz P4, 512 RAM, and a Radeon9600 SE and it ran oka. It won't look amazing (which doesn't sound like a problem) but it runs.

So you may need a stick o' RAM as well.
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