I'm talking about Unreal Tournament "classic," the original UT.Originally posted by: redpriest_
I'd love to but my UT 2003 cd 1 and cd2 are shot. The only reason I was able to install UT2003 was I hacked the install manifest on the CD-ROM so it made the appropriate registry entries, and then I copied over the entire contents of the game from another computer over my in-house network. If you want me to time compressing one of the folders using winzip I can do that, or CD 3 (the only CD I have that doesn't have scratches to the point of them not working =( )
Running botmatch /all right now, I'll give results in a bit.
There's no difference in overall responsiveness between 32-bit mode (Slackware 9.0) and 64-bit mode (SuSE 8.2). Then again, I wouldn't really call Fluxbox 0.1.14 and Mozilla Firebird 0.6.1 good examples of apps that benefit from 64-bit computing.Originally posted by: Megatomic
How about your subjective opinion on overall system responsiveness in 64 bit mode Electrode? Have you run the same rig on a 32 bit OS as well? How did it compare overall?
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