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Old November 2nd 03, 06:38 AM
Jack
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Default Brilinear filtering.....What!!

Hi there

I was amazed reading this.
http://www.3dcenter.org/artikel/2003..._a_english.php
Nvidia has planned bad pic quality all along.
It`s just numbers with them apparantly,
Well excuse me then for giving them a number for quality performance. A
zero.
And another one for cheating...a very high one.

I think new vid card buyers, gamers especially must look to others to find
their card (ATI)

Way to go Nvidia.....make it even worse and see if you can get away with it.
They could try.

BTW. written when drunk. So commend me.

BYE

Jack


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Old November 2nd 03, 10:31 AM
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/me slaps Jack around a bit with a large trout.


OMG..tell someone who cares.

what a ****in loser
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Old November 2nd 03, 11:14 AM
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"CHEEZEMURDA" getoffmydick.com wrote in message
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/me slaps Jack around a bit with a large trout.


OMG..tell someone who cares.

what a ****in loser


Couldn't agee more - we dont need any discussion of image quality - this is
a nvidia group, nobody here cares about image quality do they?

Tony


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Old November 2nd 03, 11:48 AM
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TMack wrote:
"CHEEZEMURDA" getoffmydick.com wrote in message
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/me slaps Jack around a bit with a large trout.


OMG..tell someone who cares.

what a ****in loser


Couldn't agee more - we dont need any discussion of image quality -
this is a nvidia group, nobody here cares about image quality do they?


Definitely not. I'd have bought an ATI card if I did.

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Old November 2nd 03, 11:49 AM
Nic
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Definitely not. I'd have bought an ATI card if I did.

Just came from ATi - no difference...


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Old November 2nd 03, 12:52 PM
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Nic wrote:
Definitely not. I'd have bought an ATI card if I did.


Just came from ATi - no difference...


hey Hank, I got a bite

IYHO

I can tell the difference though. Which is why I've got a Radeon 9700 Pro
in the main gaming machine, 440mx SE in another machine and a Ti4600 in
another.

YMMV and all that crap though.

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Old November 2nd 03, 01:33 PM
Flow
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I allways found nvidia cards have bad image quality.
Never the less i bought some of them and they are fast.
And i will keep on buying them if they hold up to what they have been doing
allready.


"Jack" schreef in bericht
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Hi there

I was amazed reading this.
http://www.3dcenter.org/artikel/2003..._a_english.php
Nvidia has planned bad pic quality all along.
It`s just numbers with them apparantly,
Well excuse me then for giving them a number for quality performance. A
zero.
And another one for cheating...a very high one.

I think new vid card buyers, gamers especially must look to others to find
their card (ATI)

Way to go Nvidia.....make it even worse and see if you can get away with

it.
They could try.

BTW. written when drunk. So commend me.

BYE

Jack




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Old November 2nd 03, 02:50 PM
Nic
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I can tell the difference though. Which is why I've got a Radeon 9700 Pro

Me neither - none at all.


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Old November 2nd 03, 02:53 PM
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Nic wrote:
I can tell the difference though. Which is why I've got a Radeon
9700 Pro


Me neither - none at all.


Which is why IYHO, YMMV and all that crap.

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Old November 2nd 03, 03:05 PM
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I can tell the difference though. Which is why I've got a Radeon 9700

Pro

Me neither - none at all.


You probably don't know what to look for. The diff between bilinear and
trilinear is as night and day once it's been pointed out to you.


 




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