k rwm08-01-2004, 10:03 AMK and all Company this weekend/week. Anyway, Eric - how did you perform this operation, and can I do it with a Radeon 9800 XT (256MB), or a GeForce 6800 Ultra DDL as well? k rwm07-26-2004, 12:28 PMKaye I can't find the thread where we were talking (or I was bitching that the GeForce 2 was as good as the R9000) about Graphics cards and PCs are for play". http://webstrategy360.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9000-vs-nvidia-geforce-mx400-question.html
So it will test nearly the same in some games or benchmarks, but slower in others because of less pipelines. Login Off On Mobile Mode Search category... With Radeon Enabler (http://www.radeonenabler.com/) I can use the ATI Utilities (normally only for retail cards) with the OEM 9600. Restart and try it again. http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=99&gid2=93&compare=geforce-4-mx-440-vs-radeon-9000-series-64mb
The R9000 plain would probably be as good/maybe worse than a GF4 MX460. So I take the adjustments you're talking about are the "OpenGL overrides" accessible in the '3D' section of the ATI Displays utility. I had hoped mine would compare closer to eric's scores. I am not having any of this problem of OpenMark suddenly quitting.
I tried running it from there - no go. It's a bit generalized, but y'know what I mean? Yeah the 9000 has 128MB of VRAM compared to the 9600's 64MB, but the 9600 should do Core Graphics (in Tiger) and Motion. :dance: Yeah I got smoked by kaye's QS. Access deniedThis IP address is blocked.We deny access to:Open proxiesAddresses within data center IP rangesAutomated requests and most types of botsVisitors that post spam in comments and/or forums, attempt to circumvent
Be sure to repair permissions afterwords, a bunch of ATI stuff gets fixed afterwords. I am running a QS 733 kaye06-14-2004, 02:58 PMI don't have a 9000 Pro but I do have a GF4ti which is 128MB and an ATI 9800 Pro Mac Edition (retail) Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=93&gid2=34&compare=radeon-9000-series-64mb-vs-geforce-fx-5200 Maybe we need to make this Costa's next project -- he likes hardware. :D FSAA (Full Screen Anti Aliasing) which ATI calls SMOOTHVISION™ 2.1 is a perfect example of what my
Mmmmm...... Worst case was: 6:03:10 PM Free VRAM 54 MB 6:03:10 PM Texture Count 918 6:03:10 PM TexturePageInBytes 4465 KB 6:03:10 PM TexturePageOutBytes 0 KB 6:03:10 PM gartUsedBytes (Textures mapped over AGP) Radeon 9000 much faster than original Rage 128 Pro for 3D gaming, especially at higher resolutions. In conclusion, is the GeForce4 MX440 64MB DDR better than the ATI Radeon 9000 128MB DDR?
It doesn't have DVI, but since I have no devices that use DVI this isn't a factor (if I ever got an LCD I would switch the cards). http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/91828-33-radeon-9000-geforce Randy rwm10-14-2004, 02:07 PMMy open GL is still ver. 1.3 - How do I get 1.4? I see where 9000 uses 250 or 275MHz RISC and the 9800 is 400MHz. ATI Radeon 9000 Pro PDA View Full Version : GeForce 4 vs.
OpenMark started... navigate here I see they are both about the same price and I dont wanna spend too much on this rig, any help would be appreciated. 5 answers Last reply Aug 24, 2002 Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Peelie replied Feb 1, 2017 at 1:57 PM Vista Shut Down oldjunk replied Feb 1, 2017 at 1:53 PM anti virus internet dr.bugman1 replied Feb 1, 2017 at 1:47 PM Loading...
That mod for the ADC is a little more than I'm willing to tackle, for the benefit. Games have added so many extra goodies that will tax the fastest video card and system. Beautiful and a huge lake. Check This Out Memory VRAM You both have been referring to my card as it has 128MB memory but it only has 64MB - or thats what I thought I bought and everything from
but here goes... workdfolder: /Applications/Utilities/ resources: /Applications/Utilities/OpenMark.app/Contents/Resources/ hardware detected: cpu family: 0x10c cpu type: 0x110 opengl vendor: ATI Technologies Inc. I would be surprised if it is as fast as the GF4ti even tho it will be in a faster machine.
I have Kaye's GeForce3 I would like to test also. Might as well flush all the caches while you have the opportunity. The PC version of the card has DVI-I, VGA, and S-video output. Cinebench 2003 can also be overridden with much improved results for some of the tests with no loss of bells and whistles, because it is an application test and not a
Any thing in particular? You may also want to check out the Radeon 8500 or 8500LE after the prices drop when the 9700 Pro hits the market. Now that you got it working, you can launch it, let it rip, and sit back and watch the spinning cubes. :D You already noticed I'm running a later version of this contact form All this in an MDD G4-1.25GHz DP dual boot FW400.
kaye07-31-2004, 08:00 PMBack in March I tested my three AGP cards in Cinebench and these are the results: G4-1.25GHz DP MDD dual boot (FW400), loaded with PCI cards at the time. I guess I'd probably have to get a new PS. I just did the tape. These results called triangles look more exactly like spinning cubes to me.
All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. it's a better choice and would last more.i 'd like to add that, you can chek www.pricewatch.com and find the best prices for the US there. Neither are very fast, but I think the 9000 is a better card overall. #3 Pete, Nov 2, 2003 SpeedFreak03 Golden Member Joined: Apr 13, 2003 Messages: 1,094 Likes Received: