Reply 21 of 25, by SpectriaForce
Reply 22 of 25, by wiretap
Reply 23 of 25, by PTherapist
Cards used on my systems deliberately configured for DOS gaming:
8088 - UMC UM6845R 16KB ISA CGA Graphics
286 - Trident TVGA 8900C 1MB ISA Graphics (also has installed a Hercules Monochrome ISA Graphics Card, but I have no Monochrome monitors to test with)
386SX - Western Digital 9131 256KB Onboard Graphics
486DX - Tseng Labs ET 4000 1MB Onboard Graphics
Socket 5 PC - S3 ViRGE 325 2MB PCI Graphics (also had S3 Trio64 1MB Onboard Graphics)
Socket 7 PC - 3DFX Voodoo3 2000 16MB PCI Graphics
SS7 PC 1 - Nvidia TNT Vanta 16MB AGP Graphics
SS7 PC 2 - 3DFX Voodoo3 2000 16MB PCI Graphics (also had SIS 530 8MB Onboard Graphics)
Slot 1 PIII - ATI Rage 3D Pro 4MB Onboard Graphics
Socket 370 Tualatin - Nvidia GeForce FX5500 256MB PCI Graphics (aslo had Trident Blade 3D/ProMedia 8MB Onboard Graphics)
I also have another Socket 7 PC that's not currently built, but will have an SiS 6326 4MB PCI Graphics Card should I ever get around to doing so.
Reply 24 of 25, by amadeus777999
PCI - Matrox(Myst. or MILL II)
AGP - TNT2 M64
Reply 25 of 25, by alvaro84
Asus AGP-V3000 (NVIDIA Riva 128). I actually want a Riva 128ZX but haven’t found one locally yet.
The Asus version has worse VESA BIOS than their vanilla Riva128 you have, it lacks quite a few low resolution modes like 400x300.
On the other hand, I happen to have an Acorp piece (a new find) with a BIOS that has all the modes of the V3000.
Shame on us, doomed from the start
May God have mercy on our dirty little hearts