Tom's Hardware Guide: Graphics Guide
Aug 12, 2000, 16:38 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
[ Thanks for this link to Tom Martin, who states: "I am not
the writer and this is not my home page." ]
"NVIDIA 3D Under Linux
It finally has become reality. With NVIDIA's latest Linux drivers
for XFree86 4 you'll get powerful 3D for this free open source
operating system as well. Over are the times when only geeks were
using Linux. Today even serious 3D-gamers should be pleased with
the 3D-performance offered by NVIDIA. We tested 5 different NVIDIA
3D cards on 6 different platforms and compared the scores with the
3D-performance under Windows98. ..."
"Video Excursion with the Asus V7700 Deluxe
Everyone's become familiar with the GeForce2 GTS as one of the
fastest 3D chipsets available on the market but little emphasis has
been placed on the video capabilities of this graphics speed-demon.
Asus intends to use their V7700 Deluxe to show that ATi isn't the
only one who can make a 'Wonder' product. ..."
"ELSA Gladiac MX Review ...
Update: ATi's Industry Shaking Radeon revisited ..."
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- LinuxToday.com.au: Xi Graphics misses the Open Source Bus(Aug 02, 2000)
- LinuxMall.com: Linux Lovers' Laps Less Level [Xi Graphics 3D Drivers](Jul 14, 2000)
- LinuxPR: SGI Introduces New Feature-rich VPRO Graphics for Linux and IRIX Desktop Systems(Jul 13, 2000)
- Duke of URL: Xi Graphics Voodoo 3 X Server VS. XFree86 3.3.6 and 4.0(Jun 21, 2000)
- Linux Games: NVIDIA's 3D Card Linux Drivers -- A First Look(Apr 25, 2000)
- LinuxGames.com: 3D Video Cards in Linux(Apr 12, 2000)
- GraphicsMuse: Artists' Guide to the Linux Desktop(Mar 12, 2000)
- LinuxPR: Xi Graphics, Inc. Announces New Graphics Product Line For Linux(Feb 01, 2000)