Diamond Viper V770 Ultra Review
GLQuake has been with us since 1996 and was primarily responsible for starting the 3D acceleration craze.  I got a late start into the 3D accelerated version of Quake and played for over 2 years in software mode at 320x200.  My average frames per second was around 25-30 on a Pentium 120...ouch!  Just for kicks, I overclocked the V770 Ultra to 175/200, fired up the GLQuake demo1 timedemo and got a whopping 198 frames per second at 320x200!
While GLQuake is not as processor intensive as Quake 2, it still serves as a solid benchmark for a 3D graphics accelerator.  I am certain that there are many Quake die-hards out there that continue to play and are interested in how fast it runs on a Viper V770 Ultra.  Let's take a look.
GLQuake Demo1 - 16-Bit Color
GLQuake Bigass1 - 16-Bit Color
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