X: Beyond the Frontier Demo (1998) on a Pentium 200 + 3dfx Voodoo Graphics
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This is an early rolling self-running demo of X: Beyond The Frontier from Egosoft, released in early 1998 (full game release was in the middle of 1999), showing how the graphics will work inside of the game engine. Only for demonstrating, how this demo runs with the highest clocked Pentium classic non MMX, supported by a 4MB 3dfx Voodoo Graphics, both from 1996.

Used in-Game resolution: 640x480x16 in Direct3D mode: 01:01
3dfx cards in the system: 00:14
Some Systeminfos: 00:35
Game itself: 01:19

Used drivers: 3dfx Voodoo Graphics Reference driver 3.00.01
Driver download: http://3dfx.info/downloads/voodoo1-30001.zip

System:
Intel Pentium P54CS 200 MHz
Gigabyte GA-586T2 Rev. 1.2, Intel 430TX, Socket 7 (latest 2.2 Bios)
1x 64MB Mosel-Vitelic SDRAM PC133@66 (64MB is the max. cachable area of the 430TX chipset for best performance)
Matrox Millenium II 8MB PCI as Main Graphics card
Gainward/Cardexpert Dragon 1000 3dfx Voodoo Graphics 4 MB PCI
Terratec Solo 1 (ESS SOLO-1) PCI soundcard
ExcelStor ES3220 20 GB IDE HDD
Toshiba SD-M 1712 DVD-ROM
Enermax EN-365AX 365W ATX 1.3
Windows 98 SE with SP 2.1e

Recorded with StarTech USB32DVCAPRO USB 3.0 Capture Device.
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