nVidia Riva 128 tweaking
There are two small programs
available for Riva 128 owners to get more frames in their Direct3d and OpenGL
games. They are:
Registry Tweak version
This is a stand-alone program that lets the user go in and modify registry settings
with ease. Before any modifying can be done, the OpenGL ICD drivers must be installed,
and GLQuake and GLQuake2 MUST be run once each in their respective OpenGL rendering
modes so the registry can be updated with the needed variables.
NV3Tweak, version 2.1
This program is also a tweaking utility, but it also allows an option to install
some tweaking tabs in your Windows95 display properties section. (If you don't
know what I'm talking about, its when you right-click your mouse and select properties)
I haven't tested these utilities yet, but I will shortly.
Point Release Particle fixes
These settings here fix the particle size problems for Riva 128 boards that are running the Point Release version or later:
Place these in your autoexec.cfg or config.cfg.