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    60fps at 1600x1200x32 on a laptop!

    Nice to see ATI release a market-leading card with stable drivers for a change. Plus, it's great to see this kinda performance from a laptop. Good for those long train journeys!
    http://www4.tomshardware.com/mobile/...on7500-01.html

    The modular mobile GPU system looked particularly interesting:



    Neeto!

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    1600X1200 on a laptop... That's what I call squint-vision

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    Check this out
    http://www.eurocom.ca/
    the model with P4 (non mobile) and Radeon 7500
    thats what I am considering, just not shure if it will not be a bit too hot - fire hazard almost


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    *drool*

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    All with a battery life of 20 minutes.

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    VERY nice! However, I'd MUCH rather play at 1024x768x32 and 4X FSAA on a laptop. But if I can't do that, then 1024x768x32 will suffice. That 1600x1200 is WAY too tiny for me.

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    now is that 60fps 1600x1200 in Doom 2??????

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    Yeah, haha, fooled you all. Nah, actually it was Quake 3, not sure what quality settings though. I agree; I'd much rather play at 1024x768x32 w/FSAA too.

    The other few things that caught my eye were the battery benchmarks, Hydravision and their colour-depth scaling technology. Good stuff, ATI!

    MuFu.

    P.S. Yes, I am a fan. I don't wanna see ATI get mashed by the GF4 release! Competition is good.

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    [This message has been edited by Mutha Funker (edited 02-24-2002).]
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    This is also pretty good to see. I might be wrong, but I haven't seen anyone screw around the ATI reference 8500 as much as this:



    Seems to overclock pretty well at standard voltage. Hardware monitoring is a nice addition.

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    [This message has been edited by Mutha Funker (edited 02-24-2002).]
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    "All with a battery life of 20 minutes"

    i agree ThreeOnTheTree
    these notebooks are meant for LAN partys anyway



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