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 List of GLide Games Incompatible with SLI ?
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Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman

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Posted - 15/11/2006 :  05:39:33  Show Profile  Visit Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Well, I still remember reading somewhere on the net about early GLide games that is incompatible with Voodoo2 SLI. From my own experience, EF2000 V2.0, which is a DOS GLide game, did not run on my Vooodoo2 SLI, and I had to do some sort of workaround to run the game. However, it was many, many years ago and I don't exactly remember the solution anymore.

I don't have the 3dfx Edition of Mechwarrior 2, but from what I read here, it seems that it needs a workaround to work with Voodoo2 SLI either.

My questions are:

(1) Is there any list of GLide games that don't work with Voodoo2 SLI? And the workaround?

(2) Like I said, I didn't exactly remember the particular workaround to run EF2000 (I just copied and pasted a batch file from the internet at that time), but if I recall correctly, it is basically about disabling SLI and leaving a single Voodoo2 card active. Am I correct?

(3) How about Voodoo5? Has anyone tried early GLide games with Voodoo5? And does the same problem exist? (e.g: games don't run with Voodoo2 SLI don't run with Voodoo5 either) And how about the solution? I bet it should be basically the same (disabling SLI and running on a single chip), am I correct?

(4) If the list is found, can we stickify this thread for reference?


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