I have hear the same thing. Im not a gammer and have no need for a pro card. The one that came with my quicksilver, the GeForce 2 is more than I need. I can get average 80 fps in Unreal and peak at over 100 fps!!Originally posted by dantec
No I'm pretty sure he meant nForce Eiseign Paris. Go check it out on http://www.nVidia.com/. I don't think it is better than a GeForce 3 but it is most likely (don't flame me on this!) near the speed of a GeForce 2MX. The question is, if it's performance is near on marginally better than the GeForce 2MX why bring it over to our platform?
Thank you all for the responses.Originally posted by dantec
The nVidia site says it's based on the GeForce 2 GPU. Now why would it be of any use to all of us (except for iMac owners) to have a GeForce 2 instead of a GeForce 2MX???
I think the nForce would be considered a motherboard (I'm not a hardware guru, so don't quote me one that! ) I am also not sure if you could just slap the nForce into any box. However, here is some good info on the nForce...Originally posted by dantec
Is the nForce an actual motherboard??? Can you shove it in a beige box and connect a hard drive and load up Mac OS???
The 8500 is coming to the mac I read it somewhere. Soon I read it would be out. In macaddict I think.Originally posted by Tomasz
The best graphic card for the mac is GeForce 3. Although I wish ATI would bring the 8500 Radeon to the apple universe (with better drivers). Who knows.... someday, we might actually have good graphics cards in all macs.
Well, I guess we can hope...Originally posted by Tomasz
A few companies make motherboards using the nForce chipset. It is one of the best (not just my opinion).
To OSUbuckeyefan: There is very little chance of it coming to the mac, unless apple wants to rely on nVidia for the chipset. This would be a strange move in my opinion. Although if it did, I wouldn't mind
Ofcourse it would make the mac computers go even higher in price which may slow down sales.