GF4 ti4400 - nVidia drivers compared

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SupermanCK

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i was really thinking triple boot...win98se...win2k...and winxp...i know win98se is best for gaming...and win2k is great for stability...and winxp i am still trying it out...seems to be good enough...don't really know how it compare to win98 in games tho...but now it's too late for me to install 98...cause i didn't install it...if i would install it now..my boot record would be ruin...and i am just too lazy to reinstall anything...maybe when i find the time...
 

oldfart

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Old Fart are you running Win 2k Professional ?
Yes
i know win98se is best for gaming
Why is that? Some games (mostly D3D) may run a little faster in Win98. OpenGL, its the opposite. Its a matter of how well the 2K/XP drivers are written. The one real 2K/XP issue is the 60 Hz bug which is easily fixed with various utlities.

SupermanCK BTW, 2 1200Jb's??!! Holy smokes! I thought I had a lot of storage with one of them!
 
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Originally posted by: oldfart
Old Fart are you running Win 2k Professional ?
Yes
i know win98se is best for gaming
Why is that? Some games (mostly D3D) may run a little faster in Win98. OpenGL, its the opposite. Its a matter of how well the 2K/XP drivers are written. The one real 2K/XP issue is the 60 Hz bug which is easily fixed with various utlities.

SupermanCK BTW, 2 1200Jb's??!! Holy smokes! I thought I had a lot of storage with one of them!
What's the 60Hz bug?

 

Barrei

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Won't run games above 60 hertz in win 2000 pro , a very easy fix , just went from win98 to win2000pro and the difference is quite big , 2000 is much smoother . Benchmarked 200 higher in 3dmark 2001se to 8856 on the msi g3ti200 , running everything the same except operating system .
 

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