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18th October 1999, 01:15

Appreciate you guy can provide games titles that able to work with TGL


18th October 1999, 07:49
Q3test, Q2, Kingpin Will Not Work, Heretic2, Not sure about GlQuake, Unreal, Not UT, any others?

18th October 1999, 08:30

[This message has been edited by Scytale (edited 18 October 1999).]

20th October 1999, 14:52
Unreal Tournament Demo run much much better with TGL. Before the performance so bad that I ONLY use my voodoo2 for UT demo (anyway this demo is almost like custom made for 3dfx.) After installed PD530, i play it using 1024x768 32bit with everything turn on and still very smooth. http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

My system:
P3-500, 160mb RAM, G400 32mb DH, MX300

20th October 1999, 16:18
UT doesn't work with the TurboGL for me, but the D3D performance is a whole lot better than pre-5.30

GLQuake runs ridiculously fast.

HL is on par with my V2 SLI rig.

The biggiest difference between TurboGL and the ICD, besides performance, is that the TurboGL doesn't produce rainbow textures.

Just my $0.02

Primary System: PIII-540 (450@4.5x120), Soyo 6BA+ III, 2x128MB PC100 ECC SDRAM CAS2, G400 MAX in multi-monitor mode. V2 SLI rig. Two Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u monitors, 3Com 3C905, SoundBlaster Live!, DeskTop Theater DTT2500 DIGITAL Speaker System (Sweeeeeet!), WD AC41800 18GB HD, WD AC310100 10GB HD, Toshiba SD-M1212 6x DVD-ROM, HP 8100i CD-RW, Epson Stylus Pro, OptiUPS PowerES 650, MS SideWinder Precision Pro USB joystick, Logitech 3-button mouse, Mitsumi keyboard, Win98 SE, Belkin OmniCube 4-port KVM, 10/100 5-port Linksys Ethernet switch (30~40MB/min under Win98SE)

Secondary System: PII-266, Asus P2B BIOS 1008, 1x128MB PC100 ECC SDRAM CAS2, Millennium II, 3Com 3C590, ADSL Modem 640kbit down/90kbit up, 3Com 3C509, Mylex BT-930 SCSI card, Seagate 2GB Hawk, NEC 6x CD-ROM, Linux distro S.u.S.E. 6.1 (IP Masquerade works!), Sharp JX-9400 LJ-II compatible

Tertiary System: DFI G568IPC Intel 430HX chipset, P200MMX, 4x64MB EDO Parity RAM, Millennium II, Intel Pro/100+ client NIC, SoundBlaster 16 MCD, Fujitsu 3.5GB HD, WD 1.2GB HD, Creative Dxr3 DVD decoder card, Hitachi GD-2500 6x DVD-ROM, Win98 SE

All specs subject to change.

21st October 1999, 06:49
Kingpin actually works for me with tGL. It has some graphical bugs, but it runs smoothly