Although, I've never had any problems running games that used OpenGL, so I can't complain. I mean can u work independently on each monitor?thnkz Yes and Yes! nor 14..x9.. (native resolution for 19") thanks in advance blackheart View Public Profile Find all posts by blackheart (#2) Knox Maha Guru Videocard: XFX R9 The picture was clear and crisp; the colors were vibrant and true to life; the text was sharp and in-focus; and the monitor flickered not a bit. Check This Out
When I use a background image it gets crappy performance again, but only in the window the background image is in. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. but that change applies to pretty much any not-great graphics card with performance problems NOR.J28-Jul-04, 15:57i just thaught i should post this... Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
I am currently running blender version 2.5 alpha 2 and have been unable to use it due to major lag and constant crashes of the Blender program. Naturally, the next step was to pull down the displays menu and check the other resolution options. Luckily enough I managed to come upon the Radeon 7000.Read morePublished on November 15, 2002 by jjk845.0 out of 5 starsBetter than Rodeon 7200Yes it is true because 7000 has DDR
So far the only definite mention I came across of a Radeon 7000 powering a widescreen display is here:http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=3672965Still, this is at a lower resolution (1440*900) than what I'm looking for It works alright. Has that worked for anyone? Usually C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\ Launch Blender....
About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. vBulletin Skin developed by: vBStyles.com Copyright (c) 1995-2014, All Rights Reserved. I have tried to place the atioglxx.dll file in the Blender main directory using the catalyst 3.9 version and others too, as described on this topic... If you do not see the resolution you need, go to "Monitor >> > Properties" -> "HDTV Support" and enable support for both 720 & 1080. >> > Once done, go
This of course is not great solution either. Sep 1, 2007 1:09 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Monsieur Cheezy BonBon, Monsieur Cheezy BonBon Sep 4, 2007 6:13 AM in response to Martin Fuhrer Level ATI Radeon 7000VE support for widescreen LCD Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tjdean, May 17, 2007. List unavailable.
The easiest way is to use the new CCC, or if you want the old CP you can add an entry to the registry. I would like to get a 19" or 20" wide >> screen >> lcd but the resolutions that I would need don't seem to be available on >> the >> Radeon PCI versions of Radeon 7000 are offered in both 32M and 64M DDR memory configurations.The Radeon 7000 is available with 32MB or 64MB of onboard Random Access Memory (RAM). This is the >> link >> to the card specifications: >> >> http://www.ati.com/products/radeon7000/radeonve/specs.html >> >> Thanks >> John > John Richards, Sep 29, 2006 #4 AdvanceAgent Guest Hi John, CCC
Hide Question All replies Helpful answers by Craigwd_2000, Craigwd_2000 Aug 18, 2007 11:45 AM in response to Martin Fuhrer Level 4 (1,300 points) Aug 18, 2007 11:45 AM in response to his comment is here I would like to get a 19" or 20" wide screen > lcd but the resolutions that I would need don't seem to be available on the > Radeon 7000. O hope that Microsoft and PCI can work it out, but for now this is a quick fix..... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
CNN and Linux [UnixandLinux] by wutsinterweb191. The Mac mini, for example, had a Radeon 9200 32MB, and according to this post, could run a 20" widescreen at 1680x1050 resolution (at least most of the time; any problems pretty much all of the newer cards run the (bugfixed prerelase) blender well. this contact form Or do I just have to trust that > with a "wide" display connected to the card, CCC will provide the correct > resolution? > > Thanks again > John >
I would like to get a 19" or 20" wide >> >> screen >> >> lcd but the resolutions that I would need don't seem to be available >> >> on Well I write here because I'm not sure of anything now! U cant use or open 2 windows independently.
John > > Benjamin John Richards, Sep 30, 2006 #8 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Benjamin Benjamin Gawert, Sep 30, 2006 #7 John Richards Guest "Benjamin Gawert" <> wrote in message news:... >* John Richards: > >> Hi all, I have a Radeon VE (7000) There are a number of these cards floating around on eBay in 32MB and 64MB varieties. The quick fix of putting the dll of catylst 3.9 into the blender directory did enhance it a bit but not the drawing speed of the interface.
I have this thing on my computer "ATI Hydravision", which is probably slowing my Blender down... Sign Up Now! ultramegasuperhiperthanks!!! navigate here As a result AGP presents a much smoother frame rate and the ability to display 3D graphics and video that is much more realistic and much at a much higher quality
just a simple question.. The 7000 requires another card installed into the system to use multiple displays. Anyone find a solution for newer cards yet? It's like there is a box of grey around the cursor.
When I use atioglxx 22.214.171.12461, the interface draws extremely slowly. (I can watch the menus being drawn.) Also, it takes extremely long to render when any OSA is turned on. Blender crash on start. - Has anyone able to get this to work or found why these problems occure on the ati cards? -Is there a way to temporary disable other Frank the Smith05-Jan-08, 09:15Which is the best Atio9xxx.dll for Win ME? 126.96.36.19959 (in Blender folder) displays correctly but is slow in a fullscreen window (especially in edit mode) and in Game Until, (I haven't used it for a few months) I decided to use it (finally read the manual). --Problem-- EVERYTHING is VERY small, and barely usable.
Blender Artists Community > Support > Basics & Interface > Does anyone have a working ATI OpenGL driver DLL? I dont know what catalyst is or what it does or where i can get it from so if anybody can help me out here, PLEASE DO.,.. I disabled the triple buffering for opengl and now it works great! My Dad's 17" CRT monitor on his B&W G3 tower gave up its life, and I'm looking to replace it with a widescreen 22" LCD display (1680*1050 native resolution).
D/L the Catalyst 3.7 driver package. I have a post similar to this one titled Performance Issues. Am I missing > >> something > >> or is this card incapable of providing these resolutions? Once done, go back to "Displays Manager" and you should be able to see the HD resolution you need there. [AdvanceAgent #367924] Game I am currently playing: http://uc.gamestotal.com/?in=367924 John Richards wrote:
you will see it works perfectly. This discussion is locked Martin Fuhrer Level 1 (55 points) Q: Radeon 7000 with a 22" Widescreen LCD Display? Oh wait...