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    Viper v770 3D mark y2k results

    Hi! I got celeron 300mhz, 64mb RAM
    I know it's very low system expecially RAM
    but is result 900 right?

    And in D3D games i can't run over 1024*768 smoothly...
    I know it's probably my low RAM and prosessor, but if got something to comment;
    DO IT!
    We're going to Ultra Zone, May Steve Vai guide us there...

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    you might want to try the sugestions on this post.


    updating AGP drivers might help...but 64 megs just seems too little.

    http://discussions.hardwarecentral.c...ML/006721.html

    *also...what drivers are you using?

    Joe.

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    I'm using nvidia 3.69 drivers.
    Updating AGP-driver sounds good, but is this the right driver for my board (ASUS P2-99 440ZX)
    http://www.asus.com/Products/Motherb...r_utility.html

    thanks...
    We're going to Ultra Zone, May Steve Vai guide us there...

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    Okay...I updated AGP driver and everything is running LITTLE better now... Except quake3, difference is big!
    We're going to Ultra Zone, May Steve Vai guide us there...

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    You can also try overclocking your Celeron 300 to 450 Mhz...You will get a tremendous boost in both system and gaming performance.

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    Thanks guys! I think I'll overclock my celeron...(as Kroblanx suggested)
    Because I overclocked it from 300 to 337 and
    3D MARK 2000 score raised 100 points!

    Tell me your opinions about best drivers for TNT2...
    We're going to Ultra Zone, May Steve Vai guide us there...

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    You also might want to try overclocking your V770 also.
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