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Re: Speed Issues On Games Despite Meeting System Requirements

in DOS
Ok, so I ran the Doom benchmark. When it was done, there was no mention anywhere of FPS, so I don't know what the results are, but from watching it, it ran like garbage. Quake doesn't run at all. Says only 3.9 megs of memory reported, can't execute game, which doesn't make sense since I have 8mb of …

Re: Speed Issues On Games Despite Meeting System Requirements

in DOS
Yes, I mentioned to copy the folder from the CD to the drive. All the sub directories need to be included though. Well you swap out all the main parts. Different controller. Different video card. The usual trouble shooting steps. Not sure how I should go about doing that. My controller and video …

Re: Speed Issues On Games Despite Meeting System Requirements

in DOS
Not exactly sure where I should be comparing my results. Seems to be a lot going on in that thread but no central collection for data? Point me in the right direction if I'm wrong. My results: 3dbench - 305 PCPbench - 7.7 i think? Doom - Don't know, says "bad command or file name - press any key to …

Re: Speed Issues On Games Despite Meeting System Requirements

in DOS
My first thought is, is the the turbo button working... Let's get some benchmarks first, can you head here and download the 486+ benchmark suite: http://www.philscomputerlab.com/486-benchmark-suite.html Best to unpack, then burn onto a CD, then copy onto your PC. Just type bench and follow the menu …

Speed Issues On Games Despite Meeting System Requirements

in DOS
Have this posted over on the vintage pc forum, but I thought I would post here too in hopes of finding an answer. I have a 486DX2 system with 8mb of ram and a video card of unkown origins. What I do know about the card is that it is a multi IO card with intergrated Cirrus Logic CL-5424 chipset and …

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