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Thread: PCI to AGP adapter?




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    i still dont get how u could get true surround gaming..its not possible.!??!

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    a lot is possible;
    http://www.wideview.it/my_****pit.htm

    I've actually seen online 15 monitors in a MS Flight Simulator 2002 setup. It looked to me like every possible view was displayed simultaneously -- how many are there? Counting the map view, instruments etc.
    doggoned if I can find the website now though:confused:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Something like this one? :?:

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    man thats crazy..

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    I bet ya wished that ya compaq could do that. :p


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    hold on while I find some clean underwear

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    Since this thread is no longer about AGP and PCI adapters; I thought I would start a new thread so those who might be interested in what we're talking about may join in.

    Since most people couldn't care less about converting PCI to AGP.

    Please let me know if I have done the right thing.

    Mr. Blabber mouth.
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    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...&threadid=7676

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    Default Re: PCI to AGP adapter?

    There is one that I know of, it is extremely rare and you would have to make your own drivers.
    Its the video adapter featured inside the powermac g4 cube. If you can find it, it is about 32$ online.
    you can. Get the cube instead.

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