I have a 9800GTX, tested it on the older 177.92 (what I was running) vs the 180.84 drivers. Results follow:
Average FPS: 44.52...
Which directory within the UT3 directories? Thanks for the info!
Comparing a 7800GTX to an X850 XT PE is like comparing a Formula 1 car to a Honda Civic. :P
I have found that BFG cards are especially nice and they also have a lifetime warranty.
Um, could you please translate the error message for us? Alas, I only speak English.
Dude, it's your processor. Your processor is majorly bottlenecking your video card. You need to either get an Athlon 64 or an P4 with an 800MHz...
Any chance that you could link them directly? I can't read French all that well... ;)
Dude... There is something majorly wrong with your hardware... My friend has a 5700LE on a Pentium 3 system using 2x AGP, and he STILL gets well...
Well, one could always get a PCI exhaust fan like this: http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=77194
He said that he's using the latest official drivers, which means it's most likely a different issue than that.
I think... it's time to upgrade to winxp. ;)
The style, the front, the drive mountings... I'm pretty damn sure that case was made by Raidmax, it's just... they don't have a case specifically...
Is that a raidmax case?
Where can I find that benchmark?
I have to agree about the silver-based thermal compounds. My video card was running very hot, about 65°C at idle and 92°C at full load. I applied...
Yeah, dude, that's a monitor thing, not a video card thing.
Heh, the title of the topic reminds me of this:
Heh, well, I've fried a couple motherboards in my day. I also happened to (somehow) fry a stock 6800 by overclocking it beyond what it said was...
Well, one can underclock one's GPU to make it run cooler. But yes, that is strange that the clocks speeds aren't modifiable.