I never said it was a requirement.
Re: not to bad
Heh...it was better than my old TNT2. :o
Good luck with your case modding there.
Yes...for the past several years I have been looking at blurred high resolutions on cards with a crappy little 135 MHz DAC. ;)
Shouldn't be too hard with good programming skills.
Damn 3D accelerators have screwed my retinas. :mad:
Yah...it's something I made up as a joke (ha-ha)
Pretty good for the '80's.
- 80286 12 MHz
- 1 MB RAM
- EGA graphics, 64k frame buffer
- MS-DOS 3.0
All tests ran in 16 colors at 320Ã—200...
Wow...now Tandy...that's very old-school. :eek:
On 486s dual-3.5 and 5.25 incher drive configurations were pretty popular.
Always keep those old machines...they can be put through some good use.
For example, where I work, the primary web server is running on...
Yeah, that's the sign of your computer spitting out the card, because it's utter junk. ;)
But still, it's sad not to have a functional...
Back in those days, you were considered very lucky if your 2D card was capable of displaying 24-bit color at any resolution.
Now I have...
I believe the chipset on the card there was the crappy ViRGE... first dubbed as the official '3D decelerator' ;)
Heck, that damn chip...
Ah I see.../me didn't get into the interest of computer hardware until 3 years ago (14 here, by the way).
First 'PC' I touched was an...
Geez...and how old are you? 12?
I'm pretty sure you remember the days of 1 MB VLB and ISA graphics cards.
If I had the money...maybe
Instead...I'm happy with my Radeon 8500.
Just keep in mind that a new product will fall short of some of...
What movie about airplane? I am so confused. :confused:
Not unless those features (displacement mapping especially) will be implemented into a large sum of games.
I am....the damn reason why I need anger management.
Guess because everyone's at rage3d.
I snap at anyone when I'm not feeling good or when I'm aggravated. :rolleyes:
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