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Re: Newly made ISA CL-GD5434

CL-GD5434 stocks are high and prices are low (7$), so there is no need to salvage it from PCI cards. Most expensive parts at this moment are PCB (since it's gonna be 4-layer) and 2mb of FPM DRAM (might be cheaper if it'll work with EDO). As for Trio64-based ISA card - I'm pretty sure that's …

Newly made ISA CL-GD5434

Is there anyone interested in newly made ISA CL-GD5434 card (similar to STB Nitro 64 or Diamond Speedstar 64)? Performance-wise it won't be faster than Tseng ET4000, Trident 8900D or AVGA2, since they are all bottlenecked by ISA bus, but still it will be a high-end ISA VGA with GUI acceleration. …

Re: AWE64 Gold CT4390 Firmware

Edit: to answer Jager's question, the config EEPROM contents in the Dell utility starts at offset 6436 and ends at offset 6599. If the utility (somehow) can be properly expanded to fit the entire 512 bytes, then the CT3670 and CT3990 config data can fit there at least. I have necessary eeprom …

Re: AWE64 Gold CT4390 Firmware

Looking at the exe I've attached I think that the actual firmware is right at the beginning of the file. Maybe it can be altered? Also it is also possible to program 93c46/66 eeprom via LPT port, but you need soldering skills. (in russian http://www.sblive.narod.ru/UpToRealLive/UpToRealLive.htm) So …

Re: AWE64 Gold CT4390 Firmware

That's the only software I'm aware of. It's from DELL website, extracted from AWEFlsh.exe, and it updates on-board eeprom, making any AWE card into, presumably, CT4502. Edit: There is also sb2awe, capable of writing anything into boards eeprom, but it's pretty hard to find.

Re: VGA Capture Thread

the datapath is usable as a display - later, when I finish with the good usability of my tool - i want to focus to minimize the input lag. They are quite similar hardware-wise, so I think lowest possible input lag might be close enough. Meanwhile I've got an answer from a tech support regarding …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

Foresight Imaging Accustream Express 170 Got this board relatively cheap (less than 100 USD). On paper this looks like a perfect solution - it can capture nearly everything - DVI, HDMI, VGA (RGB & YpBpR) up to 1080p60, PCI-e, Win10 drivers, pass-through. More recent versions of this board have …

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