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HadiAug 23, 2002, 12:34 PM in this case u should go for radeon 9000.because it has more features and usu better performance. It's a bit generalized, but y'know what I mean? The GF4ti is way faster in 9.2.2 in 2D acceleration because the 9800 still has no software to activate its hardware 2D accel, no extension in other words. I forgot about the GF4 MX (64MB). have a peek here

rwm10-14-2004, 01:58 PMI don't TZ. http://www.teamradeon.com/ k kaye07-27-2004, 11:14 AMRandy, FWIW, I ran the latest OpenMark on my QS/PF with GF4ti, 10.3.4, and here are the results: OpenMark started... Further south not on the lake the mountains are 8-12,000 feet. k kaye08-05-2004, 11:05 AMHalo Time Demo results for the previous test: Date / Time: 8/5/04 7:32:8 (0ms) Total Time=426.18s Average frame rate=11.03fps Below 5fps= 11% (time) 3% (frames) (50.258s spent in a fantastic read

Low End Mac, LowEndMac, and lowendmac.com are trademarks of Cobweb Publishing Inc. But Happy :D eric07-28-2004, 09:49 PMRandy, FYI, the first time I ran OpenMark I got an unexpected quit as well. Thanks. I'll be home later.

Radeon 9000 much faster than original Rage 128 Pro for 3D gaming, especially at higher resolutions. One more time. :D rwm07-28-2004, 01:47 PMeric, Kaye and others Caches are emptied. Details GPU speed: 275 MHz Video memory: 64/128 MB Memory speed: 550 MHz Memory bus: 128 bits Resolutions: 640 x 480 to 2048 x 1536 Ports: DVI-I and ADC, supports VGA NOW - OpenMark - Tried several monitor settings.

Boy! I thought about getting a Geforce 4 4200 but didn`t really think a 1200 Duron would push the Geforce with how much more it costs. Yesterday, on Apple's site I found they had a driver dated 5/2004 and damn I can't find it now but was for several ATI cards version 4.2.5 I just updated mine I was specifically testing the retail ATI Radeon 9000 Pro Mac Edition 64MB - That is what was in my QS. - Randy TZ10-26-2004, 03:13 PMOEM 64MB vs retail 128MB 9000.

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it has been a worthwhile learning experience. rwm07-29-2004, 09:57 AMeric, K I ran the test again at 1024 x 768 @70, 1024 x 768 @75, 1024 x 768 @85, it crashed each time. It was the standard video card on the dual 1.0 and 1.25 GHz Mirrored Drive Doors Power Mac G4, the FireWire 800 Power Mac G4, and 1.25 GHz Mirrored Drive Doors Maybe someone else will find it works for them.

The 9700's are much better. navigate here I remember someone saying once... "Macs are for work. So I take the adjustments you're talking about are the "OpenGL overrides" accessible in the '3D' section of the ATI Displays utility. OS 10.3.3?

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But the ROM update and new software went find on two retail and one OEM card. There are two quite different GeForce4 cards for Mac: The GeForce4 MX (64MB) which was standard on the 2002 QSs, and the GeForce4 Ti 4600 (128MB). The 9000 is about the same as a GeForce 3.

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And the test files, I am supposed to provide results to the test file creators. 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. k kaye08-27-2004, 02:25 PMI give up. The 128MB card does have half the memory clock speed.

Drag the dmg file on your desktop to the Trash/Eject. Examples of apps that donít (for me) speedup with ATI OpenGL Overrides High Performance, OpenMark and Xbench OpenGL test. And new, faster disk drives. http://todayspec.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9000-w-o-hardware-t-l.php But I did want a card that support Core Image and Motion.

Oh remember I have a 64MB card. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Leaving the ATI 9800 Pro Mac Edition (retail) in my MDD alone. k kaye07-28-2004, 10:29 PMOne more thing Randy, have you ever opened the ATI control panel?

No, create an account now. I am not having any of this problem of OpenMark suddenly quitting. And yes, this thread has gotten out of hand. The R9000 plain would probably be as good/maybe worse than a GF4 MX460.

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rwm07-28-2004, 08:47 PMIt crashed or "app unexpectedly quit" at eric's settings? k eric07-27-2004, 11:55 AMHey this sounds like fun; the easy sort of benchmarking I can handle -- start it up, let it rip, watch the screen. ;) So here's an OEM