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Thread: This isn't so much about tweaking... I need help!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    TNT based cards have always been dark. Not much you can do about it except increase the gamma setting within your game.

    /me nods in agreement

    Any nVidia graphics chip before the GeForce256 was naturally very dark, and in games that lack a gamma correction utility you're SOL I'm afraid :(

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    Thank god for the newer GeForce range then... :)
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albinus



    /me nods in agreement

    Any nVidia graphics chip before the GeForce256 was naturally very dark, and in games that lack a gamma correction utility you're SOL I'm afraid :(
    I had TNT2 M64 way back - I couldn't play unreal unless all the lights were out in the room I was in so I could make out the details on screen

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