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Old 03-26-06, 11:49 AM   #17
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Default Re: SEGA Lindbergh Arcade Board Naked - GPU Shown to be 2004-era GeForce 6 series

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Originally Posted by snowmanwithahat
yeh same here, mine playis things fine, which is funny we both said each other's sucks because of what we've seen, whatever, saying anymore would take this thread way off topic, if you want to prove it though, post some benchmarks, i'd like to see what it can do because lookin at your sig, we have extremely similar setups...
Ya.. even down to the CPU fan type .. lol. Got any games in particular you want to run tests in? Although to be consistant we should probably use the same driver set as well. (Im currently on 82.12 as its stable with good IQ). Id also go so far as to say that neither of ours really "sucks". Perhaps by todays standards they are out dated and old tech.... but they still more than pull thier weight in any game currently out. Unless its a game running at like the highest resolution possible on a computer Haha.. this will be wierd tho running these tests... its like a small battle for a war fought long ago
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