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Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an prosavave Sign up for a new account in our community. Savage was a product-line of PC graphics chipsets designed by S3.
DriverMax – Display Adapters – S3 Graphics, Inc. – S3 Graphics ProSavageDDR Computer Driver Updates
However, by continuing with a bandwidth-constraining bit memory bus, S3 guaranteed this graphics card would never be a performance part under bit color. Drivers were again an issue with S3’s product; holding back overall performance and causing compatibility issues with software and hardware. Where are you seeing P4M being mentioned? This page was last edited on 29 Mayat S3 refined the chip, fixing hardware bugs and streamlining the prosqvage for both cost reduction and performance.
I’d suggest an AGP card based on a NVidia chip, but I don’t know what kind of additional money you want to spend at this point. Register a new account.
It might be possible with 3rd Party drivers check VoodooFiles. P4M, loking that up, that’s an Intel P4 chipset. I like the TV out on the card I mentioned. It was never sold, only prototypes exist. Development of Savage as a discrete card was discontinued. However I think a lot of problems still exist with most of d3 S3 drivers. I patched my CMBO to 1.
Here’s some charts from Tom’s Hardwarethough they don’t compare the very latest ATI’s or any of the 3dfx Voodoos, it will give you some sort of reference. Again thanks for all the help sb. I do have version I got this to get ready for CMBB. I hope you guys work on commision. The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff.
I doubt that you would find much of a difference in the drivers however. Views Read Edit View history.
VIA drivers for integrated graphic card and Microsoft Windows
But experimenting with the settings in these two submenus may be a start. You’re reading the wrong column on the VIA page.
I don’t know what the real HW is. However it is very likely that it won’t offer anything beyond what the video drivers already do. I have no idea why VIA chose that particular numbering. If none of the DirectX settings for the driver offers anything different and you may want to experiment with different combinations toothen I’d suggest trying out the PowerStrip utility I mentioned earlier. Sexually explicit or offensive language. Maybe I should put that in?
The problem is I loaded the first turn I have played and most of the roofs and units kinda “flash”.