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UT2003 Demo Patch

The promised Unreal Tournament 2003 Demo patch is now available via the demo's in-game auto-update function. The patch is also available as an approximately 3 MB download, a list of download locations can be found on the Unreal Tournament 2003 Website. Word on a Linux patch is that it is to follow soon, but it's possible it will only be released through the auto-updater. Here is the list of what this patch addresses.

- Fixed support for Voodoo3 / Matrox G400.
- Fixed initial framerate hitches in network play.
- Fixed the jittery screen updates in the server browser when sorting by ping.
- Fixed a possible DoS attack in the server code.
- Fixed a few other minor potential crashes.

16. Re: No problems with the patch Sep 17, 2002, 09:15 Dr.Haggard
If you can, run your P4 at 2.4; I would expect that you will get a nice performance increase, more than you realize. Not, you know, that getting a 9700 would not be the biggest increase.

Well, perhaps you're right. When I initially put the 1.8 in my main machine I ran benchmarks at both 1.8 and 2.4GHz, and though there was a clear difference, in actual games it was barely noticeable.

There is however another reason I haven't overclocked it permanently - I removed the northbridge fan from my motherboard because it started whining a while ago, and though I've bought a Zalman motherboard cooler to replace it I haven't got around to fitting it yet because it involves removing the motherboard (and therefore almost everything else) to fit it from underneath, and I just can't be arsed
Overclocking without a northbridge cooler would be silly.

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  1. Sep 17, 06:41 Can somebody... Ray Marden
  25. Sep 17, 15:10  ***CAUTION ON UT2003 PATCH*** [SPZ]SPANKER
  2. Sep 17, 06:51 Yawn Fausticle
  3. Sep 17, 07:03 No problems with the patch Eric
  5. Sep 17, 07:49  Re: No problems with the patch Tyrlan
  10. Sep 17, 08:30   Re: No problems with the patch Anvil
  11. Sep 17, 08:39    Re: No problems with the patch Ray Marden
  21. Sep 17, 10:57     Re: No problems with the patch EnsignRedshirt
  23. Sep 17, 11:12      Re: No problems with the patch Ray Marden
  26. Sep 17, 15:40      Re: No problems with the patch PHeeNIxx
  35. Sep 21, 08:57       Re: No problems with the patch EnsignRedshirt
  13. Sep 17, 08:52   Re: No problems with the patch Dr.Haggard
  14. Sep 17, 09:01    Re: No problems with the patch Ray Marden
>> 16. Sep 17, 09:15     Re: No problems with the patch Dr.Haggard
  4. Sep 17, 07:40 No subject Karnisov
  7. Sep 17, 08:09  Re: No subject Tuna
  6. Sep 17, 08:01 No subject Slint
  8. Sep 17, 08:17  *Double post* Ray Marden
  9. Sep 17, 08:18  Re: No subject Ray Marden
  12. Sep 17, 08:42 No subject Elf Shot The Food
  22. Sep 17, 11:00  Re: No subject Anvil
  15. Sep 17, 09:11 Bombing run pass fixed? Codexus
  17. Sep 17, 10:15 Benchmarks anon@
  18. Sep 17, 10:22  Re: Benchmarks Ray Marden
  34. Sep 18, 18:02   Benchmarks anon@
  19. Sep 17, 10:36  Re: Benchmarks Dr.Haggard
  20. Sep 17, 10:46 No subject Slint
  24. Sep 17, 14:43 Linux patch? Ant
  27. Sep 17, 16:52 still a bug FrantiK
  28. Sep 17, 18:43  patch blazemore
  29. Sep 17, 19:34   Re: patch Nighthawk
  30. Sep 17, 21:04    Re: patch kinnoch
  31. Sep 18, 04:40     Re: patch Dr.Haggard
  32. Sep 18, 12:34 No subject Slint
  33. Sep 18, 14:41  Re: No subject Anvil


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