[quote]Originally posted by applenut:
Antialiasing is not enabled in the mac drivers as of yet (AFAIK).</strong><hr></blockquote>
What the ... ? Are you sure of this ?
No antialiasing in Mac games...
is anyone using a G4 with the GeForce4 MX video card ? How is it ? Is it fast ? Any complains ?
Can you compare the video performances of this card with the GF2 MX ?
And what about the antialiasing in games ?
Are the new PM able to do realtime antialiasing (AA) in games with the GF4 MX video card ?
Can someone tell if the AA in Quake3 is really nice, and what is the FPS rate with all settings to best ?
[quote]Originally posted by jamiemarshall:
I generally use iTools to backup smaller files and burn a CD for larger files. AND when my new iMac arrives I can backup everything to one DVD-R! Floppies? Who needs 'em?!
The Macs do not have the floppy disk drives anymore. What are you doing to save your data ? Are you using the CD drive ?
Is it true that we can't use each writable CDs more than 50 times to write on them ?
Is it true that writable...
What about games (Quake, Oni) and video on the LCD screens ?
LCD drawings are slower than CRT. So how do you feel the games on the LCD ?
Jerkiness ? Lags ? Ghost images ?
And what about DVD playback on the LCD ?
Is it smooth ? Laggy ?
Can someone tell the differences in real world/real time performances between the GF4 MX and the GF2 MX on the same machine (say, a 933 MHz tower)?
Is the GF4 MX (not the titanium) able to do realtime antialiasing (AA) in games like...
I'm seriously thinking about getting the new 933MHz G4 with 768 MB of ram, and the standard GF4 MX video card.
How fast is it ? Please, describe your impressions.
What Quake3 performances do you get ?
How many FPS at best details...
[quote]Originally posted by hir:
<strong>Just 2 _realistic_ products please and at what price. I would buy:
1) iPod2 running Palm OS with iPhoto functionality. Price: $400.
2) (uh, my budget doesn't currently allow for a # 2 ...