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  1. #1
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    Upgrade from my TNT to TNT2 M64? Is it worth it?

    Any comments?

    I have a STP TNT and it seems to be fine. I just want a bit more power

  2. #2
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    Oct 1999
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    London, England
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    Go here for info http://riva3d.com/cougar/cougar2.html

    same position as you.

    I'm gonna wait for geforce to get more stable.

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    The PC is only tool make great use of it

    Current System:
    ABIT BH6
    128MB PC-100 Ram
    Celeron 400
    STB Velocity 4400 16MB AGP
    Sound Blaster Live Value
    ADAPTEC 2904CD SCSI CARD
    TEAC CD-R56S-600 6x24 CD Writer
    18.2gb Maxtor Diamond 36 UDMA 66 (running @udma33)
    EIDE LG Gold star 16xMax CD-ROM
    CTX VL950T 19" Monitor

    MACHINE 1:
    ASUS P3V4X
    256MB PC-133
    PIII 700E
    GEFORCE SDR 32MB AGP
    SBLIVE VALUE
    NETGEAR FA311 NIC 10/100
    PLEXWRITER 12/10/32A
    30.7GB IBM DESKSTAR 75
    DXR3
    12X HITACHI GD-7500 DVD-ROM
    CTX PR960F 19" MONITOR

  3. #3
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    I picked up an M64 for a friend. Used it on my machine for a while, replaced mn Velocity 4400. the M64 cards are a good upgrade from something a good bit slower, but from the TNT it really wasnt that much different.
    I didn't know she was your sister...I swear!

  4. #4
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    Thanks guys,
    I think I'll pass on the M64 then

    I'l wait for the next lot of cards to come out.

    Minton

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