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May 19th, 2001, 18:47
does anybody knows why i could play quake III ogl at about 50 fps, and everytime i try an ogl plugin i get just 5-8 fps?:confused:
May 19th, 2001, 23:29
Whats your graphics card? Would it be a voodoo based one by chance?
May 20th, 2001, 01:35
His signature states he has an integrated Intel video chipset, which is pure ****.
Frankly, you won't get much performance in anything with that...
May 21st, 2001, 00:15
Just shows you how much attension I pay to signatures:D
May 21st, 2001, 04:30
believe it or not, my intel 810 give me 60 fps in the psx games i have, gt2, mgs, vagrant story, tr chronicles, crash bash, driver 1 & 2, resident evil 3, dino crisis 2, nba live 2001, fifa 2001 and many others
May 21st, 2001, 10:10
that's understandable, assuming the i810 is better than a i740 and the 800mhz chip helps...
May 21st, 2001, 10:11
btw, quake3 doesnt ask as much form your system as epsxe does in some games (afterall it's emulated)...and afaik the intel cards arent that good in OGL....use d3d
May 21st, 2001, 10:34
Some games like GT2........
It run on my system slow with Pete 1.49 D3DX6 Nice setting
May 21st, 2001, 10:48
well, gt2 is one of the "heaviest" games, so that's not really strange...speed depends a lot on the game you're playing...
for example ridge racer 1 will run fine even on the slowest Pentium 2 computers......games like GT2 require a lot more cpu though...same for the recent psx games; most of them use the system to the 'max'.
for better performance, try running gt2 on the 'fast' setting...
Radiohead2 you don't make any sense at all. You complain that you can't run OpenGL emulation fast but can get good framerate from Q3 - Then you say emulation runs at 60fps on your conputer. I assume your using D3D then? Well then WHY THE HELL ARE YOU COMPLAINING?!
May 22nd, 2001, 06:39
i run d3d at 60fps, but ogl at 5, i want to use opengl, it seems to be better than d3d.
May 23rd, 2001, 10:42
well, not on your card....stick with d3d if it works good.
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