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Re: X800XL AGP vs X850XT AGP - Windows 98

I wouldn't bother trying to find a X850XT PE. You would gain somewhere between 0 and 15% performance, so not much. You could try to overclock it and get a bit more performance. If a Windows 98 game is struggling with your X800 XL then the problem is elsewhere (CPU, memory, AGP speed etc.)

Re: Can't create driver for MX 460 on the laptop

You can't just add NV17 in the early part of NVAML.INF and expect the driver to magically support it, you have to use one of the existing options that the driver actually supports. I would try the NVCRUSH17 that the 01F0 device uses. If that doesn't work try NV10 which is what the regular Geforce 4 …

Re: 3DFx driver (logo)

I wish someone would have figured out how to swap the logo sequence, with all the attention the drivers got back in the day. As it is you will have to use the old version 2.xx drivers to get the old logo. Unfortunately they are speed sensitive (unlike the newer ones),I believe the consensus is that …

Re: New sound card project: AWE64 Legacy

A lot of people are excited about this project (me included!). This card would cover most of my needs for DOS games. Unfortunately I don't think supply will meet demand (like most things these day). I hope the developers take that into account when they decide on a price.

Re: VRAM Win98

With 128 MB you should be good up to about 2003. I think Doom 3 (2004) was one of the first games that used a bit more than 128 MB although it still runs fine with that amount. This is with the standard texture compression, some games allow you to turn it off which is not recommended.

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