I think for the most part no, since even both ATi and Nvidia's cheapest cards support OpenGL (to my knowledge), and even they can muster only just enough power to run it smoothly.


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>Erik Hofman wrote:
>>I found a wrapper that lets OpenGL programs use the DirectX API
>>without any change. It's using Mesa (it's even included in Mesa 3.1
>>and later) and hence is Freeware:
>>It might be a good idea to put a link on the FlightGear page.
>Are there modern cards with enough power to run FlightGear that
>don't have OpenGL drivers for them?
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