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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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Cow3D: 93-96 FPS

Sorry, I don't have paks for ioQuake3.

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@noXLar

The R7-240 and R7-250 are not supported. (Oland chipset).
Doesn't amigakit have a working gfx card?

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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yes, but no picture, no manufactor name, no way 100% knowing it would fit in a sam460ex and with a four port sata card close to this 250x card.

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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What settings should be used for Quake3 benchmarking? The default q3config.cfg that comes with Huno's ioquake3 port with the resolution set to 1280x1024?

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@BSzili

Ideally that one:

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GL extension ON
Video mode 640x480 or 800x600 or 1024x768 or 1280x1024
Color Depth 32bit
Fullscreen ON
Lighting Lightmap
Geometric Detail HIGH
Texture Detail Max Level
Texture Quality 32bit
Texture Filter Trilinear
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The start Benchmark with:

timedemo 1
demo four

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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Ideally everyone would use the same settings :) Hopefully it doesn't cause a large variance in the results.

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@BSzili

Well excluding different resolutions, there is no mutch difference (in FPS final results) altering all the other settings ..

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@BSzili
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What settings should be used for Quake3 benchmarking? The default q3config.cfg that comes with Huno's ioquake3 port with the resolution set to 1280x1024?


in 95% of tests noted here those settings was in use, yep. So yes, default config with 1280x1024 to compare with the results from first post.

Anyway, tell us the truth, are you gain 10 more fps already ?:)

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@noXLar

The R7-250X cards are all dual slot.
The HD7750 or R7250E have single slot models .

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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So amigakit's gfx card two slot card then.

thanks.. great to know

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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No, but I managed to lose a great deal of the triangles.

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@All

Just ordered new 7750 gfx card.. but forgot too see what memory it got, and it's ddr3 not ddr5.

Should i cancel the order while i can?

www.multicom.no/POWERCOLOR-HD7 ... DVIeHDMI/cat-p/c/p5515547

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@noXLar

The DDR3 HD7750 cards dont seem to work so yes better cancel the order.

This is the model that this company has that should work .http://www.multicom.no/CLUB-3D-Radeon ... -Profile/cat-p/c/p7213058

It is listed as working here
http://hdrlab.org.nz/projects/amiga-o ... r-hardware-compatibility/

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Ah..thank you very much. I appreciate this. I will try and change the order.

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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But, im after warp3d, does that card you linked support that?
I have already a very fast card, but no warp3d


Edited by noXLar on 2015/5/3 16:45:38
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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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okay, i have managed to cancel the order i had, and going too buy this other card Club 3D AMD Radeon R7 250.

I know this is supported by ati hd driver on aos4.1fe, but does warp3d support it?

Sorry i ask again, i must be totally sure.

Thanks

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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okay, i have managed to cancel the order i had, and going too buy this other card Club 3D AMD Radeon R7 250.

I know this is supported by ati hd driver on aos4.1fe, but does warp3d support it?


Radeon R7 250 is Oland based so it won't work with the W3D SI driver.

http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum ... php?forum=4&topic_id=6896

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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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This model is a R7-250E which is Cape Verde based so it will work.
It amazes me how little of the useful Amiga threads you guys actually read. Including previous posts in this thread.
Also this thread

http://www.amiga.org/forums/showthread.php?t=69047

Owner: Imagodespira
Card: Club3D R7 250E (a rebranded HD7750, low Profile)
Vendor: http://www.reichelt.de/?ACTION=3&ARTI ... ROVID=2773&psuma=Geizhals
Manufacturer: http://www.club-3d.com/isotope/c/cgax-r7252l_web.pdf
Form: Single slot
Confirmed system: Sam460ex
Status: Working
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Re: Warp3D SI : The fastest card
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@Spectre660

Then why does the linked page say "CLUB 3D Radeon R7 250 1GB" if it isn't "R7 250" but "R7 250E"?

http://www.multicom.no/CLUB-3D-Radeon ... -Profile/cat-p/c/p7213058

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