August 3rd, 1999, 01:40 PM
Glaze 3D the next Step ?
NV10 not Bad, Napalm not Bad but what do you
think About the Glaze 3D ?
Just Have a look to this anti-aliasing Q3 screenshot. And ?
August 3rd, 1999, 03:06 PM
I went to the Glaze 3D web page. Sounds pretty impressive. Only thing is they're promising a release date of the first half of 2000. That could be a year from now (probably will be when the usual delays are figured in). By then what will 3dfx and nvidia be doing? We didn't even have the basic TNT a year ago and the NV10 is supposed to be released this month. As good as it looks now the Glaze 3D might be just an average video chip by next summer.
August 3rd, 1999, 11:59 PM
You're totally right DonRay.If bitboys can not release their board before Christmas, This card will be obsolete.
But we never know, and I think that these guys from finland know the problem of shipping a product too late. If they can make
the break, with releasing this gfx card before the end of the year, they'll have a winner between their hand.
August 4th, 1999, 12:29 AM
Voodoo4 and it's Tbuffer is going to do muck better and by the time the glaze 3d is coming out the voodoo5 is probably coming out and glaze 3d is just and nother
ATI 128 rage or like the good graphic one Matrox G400 Max.
O and that anti-aliasing screen shot from quake3 is the 3dfx t-buufer.
[This message has been edited by Mr. D (edited 08-04-99).]
August 4th, 1999, 12:46 AM
I dont know what 3dfx is going to call the card but it will be out this FALL with T-buffering and everything else,all the effects tend to blow this glaze out of the water,and it will be here in the fall.
glaze is nice and all,but by the time it comes out 3dfx and nvidia should be WAY ahead,also the up to 256m video memory is nice but how much does 256m of video memory cost,doesnt come with the board.
this can be found here http://www.anandtech.com/html/review...?document=1009
[This message has been edited by DEAN (edited 08-04-99).]
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