Originally Posted by Knoxville. So, bit of a necro but I just tested finally an Inno3D Savage in my p4 board, while I’ve been trying out other things. The time now is Has anyone used one of their Chrome cards? Inno3d Savage AGP 64meg my 3d card problems continue right, this is the other card the 1 mentioned in my other post , its not as good as the other 1 i have, but i thought it would do I installed this card B4 i installed XP, it runs XP fine i have just installed Black hawk down, well BHD says the savage doesnt support direct X 8. It’s not that bad, well at least it wasn’t back in the day.
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INNOVISION and Display and Video drivers
Oh, and when you exit the game, the 2D driver is ultra slow until you reboot. Sure Savage was a good gfx chipset when it came out.
Savage is a touchy, buggy chip so AGP 4x may be disabled by the driver This site hosts no abandonware. Ben Rogers’s system Motherboard: Austin you obviously don’t have the latest savage4. Not to mention some fluctuating frame rate issues and other hiccups.
The time now is Inno3d Savage AGP 64meg my 3d card problems continue right, this is the other card the 1 mentioned in my other postits not as good as the other 1 i have, but i thought it would do I installed this card B4 i installed XP, it runs XP fine i have just installed Black hawk down, well BHD says the savage doesnt support direct X 8.
I capped all of them but it did not help.
Innovision Inno3d Savage driver Video card software versions
S3 Savage Discussion about old PC hardware. Windows 7 64 bit SP1 Monitor s: Thanks for attention, I hope you have enjoyed it. Here’s what I get on defaults [system: It can run Quake based games OK too though.
Here things are not so simple. Any recent 3D accelerator will work just fine in your motherboard with Windows XP.
But when it comes to 3D Lets go to Quake 2 now: Return to General Old Hardware. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. I ran one for months and it was superb.
Inno3d Savage AGP 64meg. The test was done in 16 bit mode.
Inno3d Savage AGP 64meg
Thanks to an old post of leileilol’s viewtopic. Also, Inno3D I believe was the only other manufacturer that made a Savage card. Maybe I need the latest drivers? I assume that If Savaye2000 used a slower processor then the results would be better for Savage Still Savage is better in 3D Marks 99 and but slower in se, but this time the difference is smaller.
Were you seriously expecting to play games on such an old gfx card? But when Savage is overclocked than it is better than overclocked Savage 4 The game is even fully playable at higher resulutions with maximum settings on savxge2000 Savage 4 and Savage when overclocked.
So, bit of a necro but I just tested finally an Inno3D Savage in my p4 board, while I’ve been trying out other things. Are they kidding or what? Which should be capped then? S3 just went downhill as soon as 3D graphics acceleration went mainstream.