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transform, chipping and lighting

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Hiya, I wanted to buy some games and some of them say that your graphics card needs to supoort transform and lighting. Can anyone tell me how I find out whether or not my graphics card has this capability?

I have a GeForce FX 5200 and am running Windows XP Pro.

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Your card supports T&L - see the list here: http://www.tombraiderforums.com/aodwalk/faq.html
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Look for T/L (the abbrev)

I would certainly expect it to.  Here is one review - http://www.ebgames.com/ebx/product/239038.asp
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The entire line of GeForceFX cards support T&L.
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Callandor always gets the easy ones!!!

I guess he is just has quicker fingers.
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That was very easy wasn't it?!

Thanks very much. I think I should give you all points so I'm increasing the value and giving you all 125 each.

Again, thanks.
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Thanks.
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I actually have a robotic AI answering questions... ;-)
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