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Diamond Viper V770 Ultra Review

Preface

By: Mike Chambers - June 11, 1999



I would like to thank Diamond Multimedia for allowing me the opportunity to review their Diamond Viper V770 Ultra graphics accelerator.  The Diamond Multimedia Public Relations employees who made this review possible were Mary Mederios and Stacy Long.

I want to also thank the staff of Planet Riva: Christopher "Razor" Gordon, Alec "VooDoo" Klontzas, and Dan "Pakman" E. and the web sites and visitors who support nV News.



While this review is primarily targeted towards documenting the features and performance of the Viper V770 Ultra, benchmark comparisons against the Viper V550 play an important role.  If you currently own a Viper V550 or other TNT based graphics accelerator, pay close attention to the benchmark results and conclusion.

I will have been successful with this review if I've provided the reader with the necessary information to make an informed decision when considering an upgrade or purchasing a new system.

While this review has been proof read, it is possible that mistakes may appear.  Please inform me via e-mail of any mistakes that you encounter or any questions concerning the review.

A table of contents for this review appears on the right menu and is listed in a recommended reading order.  However, if you're impatient and wish to link to a particular page of interest, you can do that as well.



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Last Updated on September 4, 1999

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