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Old 03-28-06, 09:17 AM   #5
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Default Re: Nalu ran on my 5700!

Originally Posted by Darkfalz
Reminds me of the old days trying GLQuake on the OSR2 software OpenGL implementation and getting a few frames a minute. I remember getting a SGI MMX optimised software OpenGL and it ran maybe 2-3 frames a second, wow! I believe just for fun I tried that out when I got my P4 and at 320x240 in pure software OpenGL GLQuake ran about 10 FPS or so... hehe. I reckon a SSE2 built OpenGL software implementation would get 30! But I don't think anyone's going to write it...
Wow, using software to emulate hardware acceleration in a game that was natively software mode? That sounds cool in a "wow thats totaly unnecessary" kind of way

You should do it with Tenebrae Quake. The one with per pixel lighting and shadowing and full bump and specular maps
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