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Old 12-10-02, 01:42 AM   #13
Krasser Mann
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I think you are right.

Verry sad. In today´s world you find more and more onboard graphics and no AGP Bus. This Sucks

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Ok i bought me a Intel P4 1,7 on an Asus P4B yesterday.

Running UT2K3 On Windows is now OK, On Linux it is lame as ever.

I´think i have to live with that.

Thanks to all for the tips.


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Old 12-10-02, 02:08 AM   #14
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Well, you might be able to test it by dropping the texture detail way down in UT2k3. That should keep all textures on-board, and with all textures on-board, you would think that there would be no problem with the interface.
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