Workaround for nvidia cards??Trezz said:but PKR said they were working on a patch or fix around for nvidia cards. That was 6 weeks ago and still no word?
My thoughts exactly, a pretty stupid screw up in a major way.winbig said:Workaround for nvidia cards??
Seems the programmers didn't even think about problems with one of the most popular line of video cards around when they created the PKR software....OOPS.
Reminds me of the 28.8 modem days of AOL when their program didn't like modems with Hayes chips on them...Most everyone froze up when trying to upload files...Trezz said:My thoughts exactly, a pretty stupid screw up in a major way.
Plus not everyone has a high end PC, well, at least the type that needs to run PKR smoothly and void of screen shudder.
Trezz said:Now that's a trip down memory lane. Not that I used AOL, but, the 28.8 modem days...lol. Winbig were you around pre WWW back in the bulletin board days?
Or maybe not...Buddy said:Looks like the team at PKR are having real issues with the graphics cards as they are still not live on the real money tables.
All rather quiet....
Granted Beta is exactly that a testing release. So one expects there to be issues, so I should really give them another go.Buddy said:PKR is running a lot better than at the start of beta testing. Do you think its going to work/be successful?
winbig said:With hardware as cheap as it is nowdays, it's easy to have a low-budget system that will run it...
The 7300GS 256/512MB video card I got was only $68.
Of course that's the new pciexpress16 card, but you can get a low-mid end motherboard for about $75 more....which will support your current CPU, RAM, drives, etc, and still have tons of potential for upgrading in the future. The only thing you might have to switch out with the newer motherboard is the power supply....I think most all motherboards are going to 24 pins instead of 20 for the power hookup nowdays.