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RamDAC upgrade

Right, this may not be something that is commonly done, but I thought I'd ask anyway. I own a VLB ELSA Winner 1000PRO (S3 Vision 864), which comes with a STG1700 RamDAC. I've noticed that the AT&T PrecisionDAC (ATT21C498) is pin-compatible with the STG1700. I know that the AT&T was commonly used by …

Re: Advice about retro speakers

I think one of the major changes that has happened is in the choice of colours used. If my Gigaworks T20's were beige, you could almost have believed they were retro. Their form factor is roughly similar to my Rolands. Also, if you can find a pair of Roland MA-12's, they supposedly sound really good …

Re: Advice about retro speakers

The big questions is this: What kind of sound do you want? If you're after having the best possible sound, then you should avoid pretty much any genuine retro speakers. I have a pair of Roland MA-7 for my 486, and although they are better than probably 90% of the "beige 90's pc speakers" out there, …

Re: Best "modern" GFX card and driver for K6 system

Your Runnings windows 2000? Give XP a try it could be a driver combo problem. This is starting to sound like a very odd system. A K6-2 gaming in Windows XP or even 2000 seems like an experiment to find the absolute limits of what is functional on socket 7, rather than a usable gaming system. Unless …

Re: CPU-Z for Windows 98 BSOD

Try AIDA32 3.93 from here https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/aida32_personal_system_information.html Well, Lol. Thanks, I guess. I've got other alternatives as well, such as Everest. I was actually curious about this specific problem of "why does CPU-Z cause bluescreens under Windows 98". …

Re: Best "modern" GFX card and driver for K6 system

Well, I don't consider 9.2% bandwidth advantage as anything special. If you run G400 in Q3A at resolution as most people would back in the day (1024x768), then even with 1999 CPUs there will be hardly any limitation. At 1024x768x16 G400 MAX scores 61 fps and at 1024x768x32 it is 41 fps. Which is …

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