December 22nd, 1998, 09:00 PM
check tom's review of 3d-now!
quake massive1 640X480
amd k6/300 (no 3d-now!) ---> 29.7 fps
amd k6-2/300 (3d-now! enabled) ---> 55.4 fps
December 22nd, 1998, 05:45 AM
there is a 3d-now! patch for quake2, you can get it at the tech support section of www.amd.com . you should install it for sure, it's supposed to bump up your framerates by something crazy like...
December 21st, 1998, 10:56 PM
FYI anand has a review of the k6-3, the synopsis... both 400 and 450 mhz versions run faster in all tests (except hard disk, with an insignificant difference) than the pII 450 and the 300a oc'ed to...
December 15th, 1998, 04:05 PM
does anyone know of a good site for us canucks? I've looked around a bit, most of them have cruddy selection or outrageous prices. Specifically I am looking for amd related stuff (cpu's and mobos)....
December 9th, 1998, 03:23 PM
business winstone 99
intel pII 400... 19.4
amd k6-2 400... 17.6
amd k6-2 350... 16.8
December 9th, 1998, 02:32 PM
I have heard a lot about the 380-400 mhz versions of the k6-2, mainly "...revised core..." , "...cxt..." , "...improved fpu performance..." , bla bla bla. don't get me wrong, i am an amd believer, I...
December 4th, 1998, 04:30 AM
When I reboot my computer I don't get the message that my bios has detected my cpu, and no memory check is done. It still seems to run ok, or does it? When I cold boot, everything is...