SiS 6326 with GLQuake. HOW????
Can I get GLQuake with this chipset?
It's an integrated chip in my MOBO?
Is the chip a 3D chip ??
If Yes, then maybe can...if no, then dont think abt it...
try to look for it in the net...
(i dunno wat's the URL)
Same situation here. I haven't had any luck with GlQuake, or accelerated Quake 2, for that matter. Post if you find a solution, eh? I pretty much gave up for now.
I don't think the SiS chipset does 3d acceleration. I have a friend who has a SiS chipset integrated in his motherboard, and he had to get a voodoo2 for hardware acceleration. It's working great now.....
The 6326 chipset has a 3D Pro 3D "accelerator," which appears to be D3D compatable. It does work, since Shadows of the Empire and other games that require a 3D card run half decent on it, with some (okay, lots of) graphical glitches.
The SiS chip is a 3d chipset... Unortuneately, it is very, very slow, which may be causing the problems...
as for a fix... I dunno...
The SiS 6326 is a great 2d card, but D3D is alittle slow (I have a Diamond Speedstar A50 built on this chipset). It will CAN run OpenGl, but only in WinNT I believe, so don't even think about GLQuake.
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