osckhar Rocket Launcher

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    Replied to the thread 3dfx 3DMarks Vergleichsübersicht.
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    ciacara72 ,

    I was checking your score using a v5-5500 but seems you are using it on a motherboard with pure agp4x 1.5V, correct? Did you mod your v5? I see you need high Vagp for getting stable the v5 5500?

    Regards,
    Oscar.
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    Hello,

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    The problem using a KT333 board with 6000s is the CPU using 3DMark2001 since T&L must be done via SW for such reason the scores between a 6000 and 5500 is very similar but if you use an agp2pci adapter in same platform with a powerfull…
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    Really no, I handled over 6000 points with a V5-6000 many years ago. Getting 4500 points with a v5 5500 is 'easy', to reach 6000 points with a v5-5500 is other history.

    For getting a V5-6000s fast you only need an AGP2PCI adapter compatible with…
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    Replied to the thread Suche einen AGP zu PCI Adapter.
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    Hello,

    Yes, is not difficult to do an adapter AGPtoPCIe for 3Dfx cards based on 3.3V- only problem is time free for continue the project.

    Regards,
    Oscar.
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    Interesting- did you check it on V5-5500? It means 33MHz card handle much better O/C across agp FSB but in a 6000s you will not get too much advantage since it will lock up over 70MHz agp bus. At least in test I did using 6000s.

    Regards,
    Oscar.
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    (Quote from Tobi)

    Yes, correct. Using a V4 AGP 66MHz and V5-5500 PCI 33MHz in some special game and test V4 will perform better.

    Just Anthony wanted to know if the switch 33/66MHz on VSA100 across strapping really affects on performance as it affects…
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    Anthony , now I catch you- you mean if there is difference performance between to set up 6000 66MHz instead of 33MHz (disabling Hank's rework)- answer is NO. Years ago I did many test using 6000s with Hanks Rework and without it. Hanks rework sets up…
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    Oky Anthony! I will check it- do you know any special test for checking it?

    Regards,
    Oscar.
  • osckhar

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    Hello Anthony,

    What do you mean for a good V5-6000s running 66MHz bus? Are you talking about the rares V5-6000s samples stable in any FSAA without Hank's Rework? Do you mean such V5-6000s?

    Regards,
    Oscar.