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  1. #1
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    G400 MAX is better than ULTRA TNT2

    This is great.

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    What are you smoking?

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    It's true, the OpenGL support stinks though!

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    Where have you been lately? Have you read the G400 Max review? It beats Hercules Ultra TNT2 in 3D and 2D benchmark and it's only using beta drivers. I'm set for G400 Max.

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    Its called "good **** maaaan". We roll dem, we smoke dem

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    True about the 2D and 3D benchmark NightC, but look at the scores when G400 uses OpenGL - used in games such as Quake. It's not so impressive. It's only Beta drivers, so there's still hope for the OpenGL and G400 is excellent in D3D. Especially in resolutions at 1280*960 and above, where it blows TNT2 to pieces!
    Go Matrox!

    [This message has been edited by Mr Bean (edited 06-13-99).]

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    In few years time, D3D will be more important than OpenGL so I guess G400 is going in the right direction. Doesn't matter about OpenGL, if I play game and it plays better in G400 than in TNT2, I'll go for G400. They run the benchmarks and tests with Quake and something similiar.

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    PLEASE MODERATOR, READ THIS!!

    Please stop nightc from smoking crack or pot.. He is having nightmare about G400 MAX..

    qkarl

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