Is DirectX 9.0c compatibility with Nvidia RIVA TNT2 Model 64 pro (32mbs)?
I have this doubt...

Is directx 9.0c compatible with Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64/model 64 pro (32 mbs)??

See my screens please:

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Thanks.

P.D: In this images, its thats okay?
I have this doubt...



Is directx 9.0c compatible with Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64/model 64 pro (32 mbs)??



See my screens please:



http://img339.imageshack.us/i/sinttulo1z.jpg/



http://img515.imageshack.us/i/sinttulo2r.jpg/



http://img198.imageshack.us/i/sinttulo3cds.jpg/



Thanks.



P.D: In this images, its thats okay?

#1
Posted 07/18/2009 04:35 AM   
Iirc, it supports up to direct x 8.0.
Iirc, it supports up to direct x 8.0.

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#2
Posted 07/18/2009 05:43 AM   
Sorry i dont understand you, my english is too bad :s
Sorry i dont understand you, my english is too bad :s

#3
Posted 07/18/2009 07:41 AM   
[quote]Iirc, it supports up to direct x 8.0.[/quote]
If I remember correctly, the video card supports at most, direct x 8.0 or 8.1. It doesn't support Direct x 9.
Iirc, it supports up to direct x 8.0.


If I remember correctly, the video card supports at most, direct x 8.0 or 8.1. It doesn't support Direct x 9.

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#4
Posted 07/18/2009 07:47 AM   
But i have installed dx 9.0c... U recommended me install dx 8.0?
But i have installed dx 9.0c... U recommended me install dx 8.0?

#5
Posted 07/18/2009 10:44 AM   
You can install and use Direct x 9, you can't run games/programs that use a rendering engine that relies on Direct x 9.
You can install and use Direct x 9, you can't run games/programs that use a rendering engine that relies on Direct x 9.

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#6
Posted 07/18/2009 11:06 AM   
I have installed dx9.0 and i play Counter-strike 1.6 :S

You recommended me install other version of dx? which version?
I have installed dx9.0 and i play Counter-strike 1.6 :S



You recommended me install other version of dx? which version?

#7
Posted 07/18/2009 05:11 PM   
You need the most recent DX installed to play games regardless of your card. If the video card plays the games, great. If not, time for a new card. Plain and simple.

Some games require a DX9.0 or later video card, your card is not a DX9.0 or later card. It's a [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIVA_TNT2"]DX6 card[/url].

Again I will stress...if games play, great. If not, time for a new card.
You need the most recent DX installed to play games regardless of your card. If the video card plays the games, great. If not, time for a new card. Plain and simple.



Some games require a DX9.0 or later video card, your card is not a DX9.0 or later card. It's a DX6 card.



Again I will stress...if games play, great. If not, time for a new card.

#8
Posted 07/18/2009 05:18 PM   
Like [b]Hexen 525[/b] said ,Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64/model 64 pro (32 mbs) is DX 6.1,Direct Show and OpenGL 1.1 hardware compatible card.You can run newer games (from DX 7/8/8.1 erra) if they alow T&L in software .
It will work with DX 9c installed in the sistem (XP or Millenium) but you will not be able to play games that use hardware T&L, Vertex and Pixel Shader (DX 8,8.1,9a,9b,9c).
Examples of newer games (newer but old /haha.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':haha:' /> ) that work with that card would be Hitman 2,NFS HP 2 ,Freedom Fighters,UT 2004 ,Worms 3D, MOHAA,Serious Sam,SOAF,IGI 1/2,Max Payne 1/2, etc.Older games that require OpenGL usually work but the performance is crappy and image quality is at the same level along with the lag.
Its ok for a forum visualisation but definetelly the good old TNT 2 needs to retire when it comes to games made past year 2003-2004 .
For maximum compatibility with DX 9c use Forceware 61.76/61.77.
Like Hexen 525 said ,Nvidia Riva TNT2 Model 64/model 64 pro (32 mbs) is DX 6.1,Direct Show and OpenGL 1.1 hardware compatible card.You can run newer games (from DX 7/8/8.1 erra) if they alow T&L in software .

It will work with DX 9c installed in the sistem (XP or Millenium) but you will not be able to play games that use hardware T&L, Vertex and Pixel Shader (DX 8,8.1,9a,9b,9c).

Examples of newer games (newer but old /haha.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':haha:' /> ) that work with that card would be Hitman 2,NFS HP 2 ,Freedom Fighters,UT 2004 ,Worms 3D, MOHAA,Serious Sam,SOAF,IGI 1/2,Max Payne 1/2, etc.Older games that require OpenGL usually work but the performance is crappy and image quality is at the same level along with the lag.

Its ok for a forum visualisation but definetelly the good old TNT 2 needs to retire when it comes to games made past year 2003-2004 .

For maximum compatibility with DX 9c use Forceware 61.76/61.77.

#9
Posted 07/18/2009 09:45 PM   
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