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Shinri Hikari
02-09-03, 07:14 PM
Mine is tnt2 vanta, what's yours

volt
02-09-03, 07:28 PM
Diamond Monster Stealth 3D 2000 (my first accelerator), though I don't consider it to be very old :)

(state of the art in '96 I believe)

I don't remember what was the name of this on-board graphics chip I had on my 286 :)

lukar
02-09-03, 07:40 PM
Voodoo 3 ---> Ati Radeon 1 32mb SDR ---> Ati Radeon 8500 ---> Ati Radeon 9700Pro

Shinri Hikari
02-09-03, 07:40 PM
You still use your 286? :eek: I have an old compaq portable but I need a replacement keyboard to use it, then I would be king of old video cards.
:thumbsup:

intercede007
02-09-03, 07:49 PM
I've got a PCI Intergraph 3D VooDoo Rush in a Pentium I 133 machine with a whopping 64MB of ram behind my shoulder. Baby runs like a dream too. My new machines have hickups from time to time, but that box is bulletproof.

nin_fragile14
02-09-03, 08:00 PM
Running a TNT 1 in my P2 450 computer.

The Baron
02-09-03, 08:05 PM
MATROX MYSTIQUE 4 MB! WOOOOOHOOOOO!

NV30 Desirer
02-09-03, 08:10 PM
ATi Graphics Pro Turbo - Year: 1995
2 MB VRAM
16Bit colors at 800x600, woohooooooooo

NV30 Desirer
02-09-03, 08:13 PM
ATi Graphics Pro Turbo - Year: 1995
1 MB VRAM
16Bit colors at 800x600, woohooooooooo

It's in my old F@H K6-2!!!!

lagadu
02-09-03, 08:19 PM
matrox millenium (or milleniumII, not sure) 4mb :)
that or a trident 9750 (or something like that) 4mb agp1x i have in my p2 233, i have no idea which one is older...

Ratchet
02-09-03, 09:31 PM
ATI Mach 32, still in my linux file server :)

volt
02-09-03, 09:41 PM
Originally posted by lagadu
matrox millenium (or milleniumII, not sure) 4mb :)
that or a trident 9750 (or something like that) 4mb agp1x i have in my p2 233, i have no idea which one is older...

Matrox millenium, I still have this around. It's 2D card isn't it ?
Anyway, this thing ran my Red Alert 2 soooo smoothly :)

The Baron
02-09-03, 09:45 PM
Got a Matrox Milennium in my dad's box at his office... :p

Jovi
02-09-03, 09:48 PM
I have got a 4mb STB Riva 128 in an old AMD k6-3 machine. :D

Bigus Dickus
02-09-03, 10:18 PM
Oldest currently in use is a Rage 128 Pro II (16MB).

I just recently though took my PPro server off-line (probably will put it back on line as a print server or something ridiculously useless after I move). It had some old 512kB ISA video card in it... I'll have to dig it out of the box and see what it was. :)

mikechai
02-09-03, 10:53 PM
I have a Diamond Edge 3D 2MB (NV1 chipset).
However, I'm not running it anymore.

I have a S3 Virge 2MB + Diamond Monster 3D in a Pentium Pro PC.
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mikechai
02-09-03, 10:53 PM
By the way, I also have a Tseng Labs 4000 series card. (working)
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budd_wm
02-09-03, 10:54 PM
Good ol' ATI Rage Pro. :D

ad hoc
02-10-03, 01:12 AM
Diamond Stealth 64 using the S3 Vision 864 (I think?) on a 25MHz 386 DX. Man, that card really dominated the market during the Doom and WingCommander II/III days.

*EDIT*:
I do have an old Orchid Farhenheit VA card which used the VESA bus extention from the ISA bus. THAT was a cool card. EXPENSIVE too; I remember shelling out well over $400 each for these cards back in the day...

LORD-eX-Bu
02-10-03, 01:27 AM
all I have is 2 working S3 virges hehe:D

Steppy
02-10-03, 03:34 AM
Originally posted by budd_wm
Good ol' ATI Rage Pro. :D Mine just got retired 2 days ago(finally got around to replacing it with a TNT2 Ultra I had laying around). Xpert @ play 4 meg baby!

Falkentyne
02-10-03, 10:54 AM
I still have both Voodoo2's in my computer, next to my Ti4600.

Humus
02-10-03, 11:06 AM
My webserver has a Number Nine Revolution3D. :afro:

tamattack
02-10-03, 12:18 PM
My old laptop has a Chips & Technologies something or other. It you're old enough to remember when C&T made graphics, then you'll know that I win!!! (so far at least).

Shinri Hikari
02-10-03, 12:57 PM
could that beat my portable(early 80's):confused: