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Matrox TurboGL Drivers for G400

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#1 Lasarus   Members   

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Posted 17 November 2001 - 06:47 AM

Anyone have the old Matrox TurboGL drivers for Matrox Millenium G400 gfx cards? They are no longer included in the new drivers and the only installation file that I have found are for windows 98 and I''m currently using W2K. So does anyone have them installed? N00b powah

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Posted 19 November 2001 - 12:58 AM

Matrox TurboGL doesn''t work under any other operating system apart from Win9x. As long as you''re not using true dualhead mode, you should get reasonable OpenGL performance.

WinXP _seems_ to have better OpenGL support, but I''m yet to test that fact.

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Posted 19 November 2001 - 04:46 AM

Aight, thx m8

I guess that I''ll have to settle with the original drivers. It''s very bad that matrox hasn''t made a w2k verison of the TurboGL driver since my Quake 3 performance now accualy are worse then it was with my old computer wich ran win98 and TurboGL. (My current computer is 1.4GHz and the old one was a 450MHz)

Oh well, I''m thinking of betraying Matrox and purchasing a GF3 after christmas. I''m not using DualHead anyway.

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