Counter Strike: Condition Zero

@ 2004/08/07
A few years prior to the release of CS, a move was made to create a beefier version, Counter-Strike: Condition-Zero. This was more than possible with the hardware end of the industry pumping out gigs of low-latency RAM, faster processors, and faster GPU's. After several delays and the project being handed from company to company, CZ finally arrived on shelves by early 2004.

Comment from Sidney @ 2005/01/02
BIOS saved; the screw up could only happen using Window Flashing Utility. Suing DOS boot disk will stop updating wrong version. Since I have two NF7, I was able to switch the "bad" BIOS chip to another systemand got it to POST and re-flash under Window Utility.

Will let you know how it plays out in multiplayer; going to my brother's house and have a nice shoot out. The R9000 is running 305/245 with 8750 3DMark01.
Comment from jmke @ 2005/01/01
ask for new bioschip from Abit, $20?
Comment from Sidney @ 2005/01/01
Can't play with this system anymore.

I flashed to a wrong BIOS after new year party late this morning. I have two NF7s; one is V1.1 and other is V2.

I flashed V2 to V1.1
Comment from jmke @ 2005/01/01
47fps in multiplayer = unplayable btw
Comment from Sidney @ 2005/01/01
1024x768 32-bit low
Comment from jmke @ 2005/01/01
640x460 16-bit low res?
Comment from Sidney @ 2004/12/31
Play around with CS and HL2 using R9000 non-pro and XP1700+

 

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