Hey!Originally posted by Rargh
now, there are only a few competitors:
nvidia, ati and matrox.
business is the only rule.
I was just saying that it was ridiculous from nvidia to say that this game had a very little bug on Kyro2 cards(and at that time,it was beta drivers)when it didn't even run on nvidia cards.Originally posted by Rargh
[B>>>"but what was funny is that at that time the game wasn't even running on nvidia cards"
so: it seems it s not important to have a few games fully supported by gforce, but if one game isn t supported at all, it really matters....
Well i don t understand ur way of thinking...
Bad news: The Voodoo 3/4/5 drivers for Windows 2000 worked perfectly until WinXP Beta 2, but they're me causing a lot of problems with RC1. Glide and OpenGL doesn't work, and D3D is significantly slower.Originally posted by cluthu
Supposedly the old RC1 drivers that were released prior to 3dfx's being purchased will work with XP. While hardware/software that allows the Voodoo series to work is legally the intellectual property of nVidia (and thusly not something that they'd be required to give away), I agree that it would be nice if they were to release source for some of the more basic functions of the card and allow third parties to create drivers.