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    WickedGL for Voodoo 3 3000, any good??

    I found those drivers called WickedGL, and it says it will increase performance etc etc.. Is it really good? How many fps-gain do people usually get?
    I've got a system of AMD k6 200 mhz, 64 mb ram and Voodoo 3 3000 PCI, latest drivers (official). I run Soldier of Fortune at 640x480, get 52 fps in no action going on the screen.

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    I installed the WickedGL drivers for my Voodoo2 12MB and saw no apperent difference.
    It was faster in benchmarks, but it looks chittier than the default drivers. That's how they get the better frame rates.

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    Thanks for that, Mosherup.
    Now, anyone else experienced with WickedGL?

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    I just installed wickedgl last night, I have a V3 3000 and noticed better graphics and speed in half-life and Quake 3.I am using the latest beta drivers for my card.

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    GUYS FORGET MY QUESTION!!
    Now im answering it myself:
    WICKEDGL ROCKS!!! It gave me 15 fps gain in SOF man!! That made me get 15 fps more in heavy action fighting, which makes my game alot smoother!! Wehee I love WickedGL, I love it!!
    I also got 20 fps gain in Quake 2 !! And Quake 3 seems to run smoother.. havent tested fps yet.

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