Processor
Number Nine
"Ticket to Ride(tm)IV"
Memory Configuration
16MB SDRAM
32 MB SDRAM
Horizontal Sync Signals
31.5 - 121 KHz
Vertical Refresh
60 - 150 Hz
DAC
250 MHz
Video Output Signal
Analog
Bus Architecture
AGP 2X
Video Connector
Standard 15-pin D-shell DDC Compatible
Monitors Supported
Standard and Multi-Frequency Analog Monitors
Drivers Supported
Microsoft Windows 95 and 98, Direct 3D, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, OpenGL (for NT only), 3D Studio MAX
Approvals
FCC Class B Certified, CISPR22, TUV, CE Mark, WHQL

Resolution, Color, and Refresh Rate Support

Maximum Supported 2D Resolutions

1920 x 1080 / 16.8 Million (32-bits) up to 83 Hz

1920 x 1080 / 65K (16-bits) up to 83 Hz

Maximum Supported 3D Resolutions

1920 x 1080 / 65K (16-bits)

1280 x 1024 / 16.8 Million (32-bits)

1600 x 1200 / 16.8 Million (32-bits) -- 32MB configuration only

KEY FEATURES

  • High Performance 128-bit Visual Processor for 3D, 2D, and Video Desktop Applications
  • Number Nine's exclusive 128-bit Widebus technology
  • 2X AGP and PCI 2.1 compliant
  • Tightly coupled 128-bit 3D/Video and 2D Engine
  • Full 430 MFLOPs Floating Point 3D Rendering Pipeline
  • True Color/High Color 3D Rendering
  • 32-bit Precision Z-buffer
  • 24-bit Digital Data Output
  • Integrated 128-bit, 250MHz Pallete DAC
  • Optimized SDRAM/SGRAM/WRAM Interface
  • Memory Configuration up to 32MB
  • 128-bit WRAM support(256-bit interleaved)
  • Support for external DAC
  • Shared Frame Buffer Support
  • 3.3 Volt IO and core, 5 volt tolerant
  • 388 Pin BGA Package
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  • FelixDeKat - Saturday, January 18, 2014 - link

    Good review. I was at Babbages the other day and decided to buy a Diamond Viper instead. Reply

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