Matrox Now Shipping D-Series D1480 Graphics Card

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. D1stRU3T0R

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    Well just an nVidia GPU. Is something different between this and a terascale 3 firepro?
     
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    "Video walls". Followed by vacations to Mars. Total Recall is almost here for the masses. Mutants rejoice!
     
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    I want to welcome all 3 boobed mutants ! :p
     
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    With one of these cards and four big displays you could make a pretty good-sized 2x2 wall. Four 50s would make a 100-inch wall. That could be interesting.
     
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    Good old Matrox, I remember them from the 90s, never owned their GPUs though. Good to see them back, kinda.
     
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    I was about to write "nope, AMD", then I googled and turns out you're right. They switched to Nvidia for some reason.
     
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    Bought a Matrox millennium 4Mb for 500 guilders with et6000 chipset that wan't supported by univbe still it was a nice card combined with voodoo cards. good old days.
     
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    I had a S3 Virge with my 3Dfx Voodoo.
     
  10. Noisiv

    Noisiv Ancient Guru

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    My Millennium had only 2MB. Of SGRAM!!! yeah baby :D
     
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  11. Maddness

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    I also had the 2mb version. I bought the 6mb upgrade. You had to download a bios update and flash it before installing the ram or it wouldn't work properly.
     
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    omg yes. and you did it?

    that's crazy! 6MB Matrox Millennium, or 8MB?
    :D
     
  13. Maddness

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    Was 8mb all up.
     
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    Safe assumption: only old farts here in this thread.
     
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    I paid about 150~160$ USD in early 1997 sometime for a Matrox MGA PCI for my Cyrix 6x86 PR150/120mhz (OC'ed via jumpers to PR166/133mhz for Quake), and got a 200$ Matrox Millenium II AGP on my Pentium II 300 system in DEC 97. Both were 4mb cards IIRC.
    Yes, the Matrox PCI video upgrade from a Cirrus Logic 2mb PCI card actually did help DOS Quake run just a bit smoother, that and the small overclock via jumpers on the CPU helped loads - the CPU was a non-mmx version.
    I really miss those days, big time. Always had a rockin' PC config because I worked - sometimes two jobs simultaneously - while in high school.
    Still have some variant of Matrox AGP card in my desk drawer here (G200?), right on-top of an ISA non-PNP SoundBastard-16.
    Yup, anytime MATROX comes up, this should be a given.
     

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    An article about a pro card for a very specific usage, but people still think about gaming...

    Wth wrong with you guys ?
     
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    You would understand if you played in 90s.
     
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    Matrox never went anywhere. They've been selling graphics adapters targeting professional applications since they left the consumer market.
     
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    Ah, Matrox. They were my "first" "3D" card. The Matrox Mistake. I mean the Matrox Mystique.
     
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    Yup, upgraded to the Mystique from onboard video so could play Riven when it was released.
     

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