Building a "new" old rig

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Reply 20 of 21, by retro games 100

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swaaye wrote:

I recently beat Jedi Knight 1. I played it with a mix of cards, including Voodoo5 and GeForce FX. Voodoo 5 looks better than GeForce FX in this game because its antialiasing is superior and its 16-bit output is about as good as you can get because of a post filter in the card's DAC.

I'm testing an ATI Radeon Sapphire 9250 AGP 256mb card, and one of the test games I tried was JK1. The screen looked kind of 'messed up'. You could play it, but something was obviously wrong. Other games tested worked OK, and Windows 98 appears to behave itself OK, so I guess it may have been an ATI driver glitch on that specific game or something? 😐

Edit: Fixed it. Changed the ATI control panel settings, so that D3D performance was set to best quality, rather than the default "balanced" quality option.

Reply 21 of 21, by eFatal2ty

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Do you have a manual to this Aristo board?

*ASUS P3B-F *Intel Pentium!!! 450MHz Katmai@133fsb *Hynix 4x128MB SDR PC133 CL2 *Matrox G400MAX 32MB + Procomp Voodoo2 12MB SLi *Creative SB Live! CT4760 *3Com 3C905C-TX-M *2xSeagate 40GB 7200rpmn *EIZO T68 19"CRT * Creative FPS1000 *OS: MS Win 98SE