XGI Volari Reactor Drivers 1.01.51

Spitfire_x86

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Who cares? Volari sux big time, no drivers/cheats can change it

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coylter

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i agree

My own beast: Athlon 2700xp+ (oc: 3200xp+ with 200fsb) , Radeon 9800pro (oc: 410/370) , 512mb ddr400. SO MUCH faster than my last computer (pIII 550......)
 
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maybe with the reactor v.10.x.x we will see anisotropic filtering and FSaa, just maybe =)
 

coolsquirtle

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no they dont suck spit

the benchmarks we've seen are done with beta drivers what can u expect?

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flamethrower205

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I suppose another company trying to make its way into the land of the giants is ultimatly bad right, I mean we ought to suppress everyone other than the big dogs. They aren't too good now, but I hope they will keep trying, and I hope they will come out with something that's up there. Don't necessarily view their cards in the performance sense, realize instead that they are another company pushing technology.

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Spitfire_x86

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I expect bad performance everywhere with beta drivers. But it performs ok in common benchmarks and performs horrible in games that aren't usually used as benchmark. This means Volari sux big time and XGI driver team is try to pull good scores in benchmarks via cheat so that they can sell their cards. Moreover it has very slow 4x super-sampling AA and only 4x AF. You can't enable them with current drivers, but when XGI will enable them in driver, they will be practically useless because of the technology.

A guy at Futuremark forum bought Volari V8 Duo. It didn't perform bad in 3DMark 2003/2001SE, did especially good in fill rate tests. But the real games ran like crap. He had many other issues (texture flickering for example)

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