HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

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HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

Postby t3f4l » 2017-3-14 @ 19:18

Hi All

Has anyone managed to get an ATI HD4670 AGP card working under windows 98 se? If so which drivers are used?

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Re: HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

Postby emosun » 2017-3-14 @ 19:28

I believe even Ati never got it working.

I can't imagine a senario where you would use windows 98 and a 4670 As any game that will still run on windows 98 won't utilize the 4670. The 9000 series was the last amd gpu to support 98
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Re: HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

Postby havli » 2017-3-14 @ 21:09

X800 is also working in win98, X850 is pretty much the same GPU, so it should be ok as well. I'm not sure about the X1000 series... but anything newer that that definitely won't work.
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Re: HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

Postby MrMateczko » 2017-3-15 @ 15:45

Radeon X850 XT PE is the best/latest GPU from ATI that works under 98SE. Anything newer - no.
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Re: HD4670 AGP & Win98se, anyone got it working?

Postby candle_86 » 2017-3-22 @ 14:58

Why would you want to make it work, its overkill for any games that support Windows 98 unless your trying to do Windows 98 at 2560x1600 or 4k
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