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Old 11th February 2003, 14:49   #51
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small difference
maybe enough for RichyB to pass mr C.
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Old 14th March 2003, 23:20   #52
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I got myseft a ATI Connect 3D radeon 9500 too some time ago, but I had to wait for my Asus P4G8X deluxe mobo. Now it is finally here, and I tried the softmod instantly. I was pretty disappointed when I saw the 2 first tests in 3DMark 2001 SE (the one with the truck and the dragon thing): I had some problems with the pixel thing. (have exactly the same card as RB)
Now I've tried c&c generals, and it works like a charm, no dead pixels...and I didn't have to put the z-buffer lower...
3Dmark score at first was about 10100 points (with the 9500), and now I have +/-12400 points. I didn't oc anything. (P4 2.53, 2*256mb corsair pc3500 in dual, connect 3d 9500->9700)

Thank you RB for writing the article, it helped a lot.

btw, the guy where you got the drivers from is making a file to do a 9500->9800. Now that makes me ****ing horny.
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Old 15th March 2003, 00:21   #53
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Vraagje aan RB: als je nu in een 3D actie spel (zoals UT2003) tegen een muur gaat staan, heb je dan last van 'dode pixels'? Hier is dat dus wel t geval, niet dat ik vaak tegen de muur ga staan...t was ook maar toevallig dat ik het merkte
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hangt van kaart tot kaart af waar die dode pixels zijn. Het kaartje dat ik voor mezelf en een maat (cmdr god) had gekocht, hebben er beide last van, maar in heel beperkte mate (altijd weg te toveren met sommige opties) en op verscheidene plaatsen/games.
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Old 15th March 2003, 12:10   #55
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Are there any tricks with the Connect-3D Radeon 9500 Pro(8x) ? softmod? of anything else to turn them into 9700(pro)?
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Old 15th March 2003, 12:31   #56
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You can only make the overclocking option available on the pro version. So there is no softmod available to make a 9700 from it.

Btw, for the non pro owners, check out the site with the drivers. The guy released also a 9500 ->9800 mod.
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Old 31st March 2003, 16:36   #57
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yo de manne ik heb me ook da kaartje aangeschaft maar als ik diene hacked sys file install werkt enkel nog maar mijne fill rate test in 3d mark , wel met de 2000+ score maaar thats it , alle games , ... crashen vlak voordat ze normaal beginne te renderen , same for alle andere 3d mark tests , ik vind dit dus raar omdat de fillrate test dus wel werkt en succesvol is is er geen hoop voor mijn kaart of doe ik iets mis ?

ist geen ik al allemol geprobeerd heb
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