You may wish to check out Pete's OpenGL plug-in. You may also wish to read the documentation that came with it like so few before thee. The choice, dear sir, is yours.
What's wrong with Pete's OpenGL? I think it works better with a Geforce2 than Pete's D3D.Originally posted by Alienist
Yep. Pete's OpenGL is the best for speed, but you'll want to have Pete's D3D and Pete's Soft, due to some compatibility problems.
I don't think it has less compatibility. Just as good as D3D. A bit slower with some cards, but Geforce cards seem to like it a lot.Originally posted by Yakuza
hhuumm i dont know i perfere Pete's D3D..Pete´s OpenGl have less compatibility...Pete's D3D his....well...almost perfect!!