I was wondering about that...I thought maybe I offended someone, and had to have my post removed!Originally posted by David
It doesn't look like it was <i>removed</i> per se, rather that it just "vanished".
See, the only way to delete the first post and not the thread is to split the thread in two and delete the first part. But that doesn't seem to have happened as the thread IDs on either side of this thread tally up.
Something mighty crazy is going on here, and seeing as it makes little sense to have a thread without the system specs in them I shall edit them into your first post until I find out what the hell is going on.
Damn computing machines!
Originally posted by DaNtAn
NO! DON'T BUY X-BOX (X-Sh!t)!
Don't let Microsh!T owe you!!!!
And, now, If I'm not wrong GeForce 3 Does not support
Pixel Shader 1.1. I read it some where back in 2k2,
the Articale sad that ATI Radeon 8500 (at 2k2) was
cheaper then GeForce 3 Ti 500 and Better, as it has
Pixel Shader 1.1 and GeForce 3 Ti 200/500 has only
Pixel Shader 1.0 and Smart Shader 1.0.
So, If thief 3 runs on a GeForce 3 video card so Theif 3
does not requier Pixel Shader 1.0!
GF 3 does support Pixel Shader 1.1...
There are five different pixel shader standards supported by Direct3D 8.1. Currently, no pixel shader capable graphics hardware is restricted on the support of ps.1.0. Therefore all available hardware supports at least ps.1.1. So I will not mentioned the legacy ps.1.0 in this text anymore. ps.1.1 is the pixel shader version that is supported by GeForce 3. GeForce 4TI supports additionally ps.1.2 and ps.1.3. The RADEON 8x00 supports all of these pixel shader versions plus ps.1.4.