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    Deanril Guest

    Moraelin...........

    This is Deanril we had a argument going on here: http://discussions.hardwarecentral.c...ML/008417.html

    My point was that they were bragging about the Voodoo6 doing 2048x1536x16 and saying wow,I did the math and realized that my GeForce DDr(original 1 year old) can do the same,only I didnt have a monitor that went to that resolution.

    NOW I DO!! You need to CONCEDE cause you lost buddy,that GeForce DDR(original) will play quake 3 at 2048x1536x16 and not to shabby at that,so CONCEDE.............

    proof..



    [This message has been edited by Deanril (edited 12-15-2000).]

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    Nice picture!

    wot size moniter is it by the way?


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    Deanril Guest
    kds 21" avitron

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    Deanril Guest
    bump

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    Very nice!

    What are your system specs? Have you tried to run a timedemo? what do you get?

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    Deanril Guest
    I normaly run 1280x1024x32 every option max,geometry ,textures and everything on,this is the same but 2048x1536x16.

    I will do some benches but Ill turn textures to 3/4 and bump geometry down one notch.

    Tbird 1000 192 pc133 GeForce DDR (original).

    Also it alot brighter then this,the screen shot and paste is always dark for some reason.

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