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Reply 20 of 73, by debs3759

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pixelatedscraps wrote on 2021-10-29, 04:49:
debs3759 wrote on 2021-10-29, 02:50:

I have well over 500. I stopped counting at around 200 😀 I have 11 comic book storage boxes full (those boxes are strong enough to stand on), and shelves of boxed cards.

Where do you store all this? I write from an 80 sqm apartment in Hong Kong. The struggle to store (and hide) is a constant concern 😜

Everything is in boxes on metal shelves. I live in a one bedroom house, so have boxes everywhere, and am a little over half way through buying shelves for everything, to free up more floor space 😀

See my graphics card database at www.gpuzoo.com
Constantly being worked on. Feel free to message me with any corrections or details of cards you would like me to research and add.

Reply 21 of 73, by RandomStranger

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I don't know if it's sad or not, but not many. What's sad is that I miss a couple I really want and a lot of what I have are plebeian stuff (common budget cards).

ISA
Trident TVGA8900D
Cirrus Logic CL-GD5320-36QC-b
Western Digital WD90C31A-ZS

PCI
ExpertColor S3 Trio64
S3 Trio64V+
S3 Trio64V+ (with memory expansion)
ATI Mach64 2MB
ExpertColor S3 Trio Virge (with memory expansion)
ATI 3D Rage II +DVD 4MB
Matrox Millennium 4MB
Diamond Viper V330 4MB Riva128
Matrox Mystique 2MB
Guillemott Maxi Gamer 3D Voodoo 4MB
InnoVision Mighty 3DII V3 Voodoo II 12MB
Tech-Source RaptorGFX Permedia2 4MB (for SUN)
Sapphire Radeon 7000 32MB (according to sticker on the back, only used it once, was detected as 16MB)
Matrox G45FMDVP32DB G450 32MB

AGP
Trident 3DImàge9750 4MB
Matrox MIL2A/4/HP Millennium 2 4MB
S3 Trio3D/2X 8MB (I have two of these)
S3 Savage3D 8MB
S3 Savage4 Pro 16MB
IBM Geforce Riva TNT2 M64 16MB
Nvidia Riva TNT2 32MB
Gigabyte GV-AG32S Rage128 Pro 32MB
Elsa Erazor X2 32MB (Geforce 256DDR)
ATI Radeon DDR 64MB
Elsa GLadiac MX Nvidia Geforce MX200 32MB
Inno3D Geforce MX200 32MB
Inno3D Geforce Ti200 64MB
ATI Radeon 8500LE 64MB
Nvidia Geforce MX440 64MB 128bit
MSI Geforce Ti 4200 64MB
MSI Geforce FX5200-8x 256MB 128bit
ASUS V9570/TD/128M Geforce FX5700 128MB
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
Sapphire Radeon X800XT 256MB
Gigabyte GV-R10256DP2-RH Radeon X1050 256MB 128bit (RV410!)

PCI-e
ASUS EN7300GT 256MB (with box, no accessories)
Gainward Geforce 8800GT 512MB (65nm)
Nvidia Geforce 8800 Ultra 768MB
Gigabyte Radeon HD4670 1GB (with original box and accessories)
AMD Radeon 5450 512MB

This is all, unless I forgot some.

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Reply 22 of 73, by Tiido

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I have too many to list, and most of it not even the stuff I care about... somehow things have accumulated over the years 🤣. I'm gonna have to try to thin out things sometime...

T-04YBSC, a new YMF71x based sound card & Official VOGONS thread about it
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Reply 23 of 73, by havli

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pixelatedscraps wrote on 2021-10-28, 17:39:

My wife says I have way too many. I don’t think I have enough (though when I see them in list form, I admit I may have a problem). Am curious to see what levels of craziness are out there…

I have 484 video cards in my evidence list. And I am sure there are some that never made it to the list, do definitely over 500 in total. 😁

So I think you are perfectly fine.

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Reply 24 of 73, by pixelatedscraps

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Oh good, we’re all completely bonkers in here then.

My ultimate dual 440LX / Voodoo2 SLI build

Test bench: Asus P3B-F | 1.3Ghz Tualeron w/ Powerleap | Geforce 2 Ti500 | SB Live! 5.1 CT4760

Reply 27 of 73, by LubieCipy

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keenmaster486 wrote on 2021-10-29, 15:08:

Too many. Anyone want some spare ATI Rage XL AGPs?

These are hard to get today. If I'm lucky and I don't forget, maybe I can buy one tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed 😀

Anyway. I have over 200 video cards, from Virge to Geforce 6600GT, only PCI and AGP. I mainly focus on cards realesed up to ~2000 with any 3D capabilities and Win9x/Me support. Still looking, still buying 😀

Reply 28 of 73, by pixel_workbench

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Probably well over 100. It would be easier to list what I don't have:
- Anything newer than Nvidia gtx1070 in my main rig.
- The AMD R9 400 and newer series that are selling for insane prices.
- Sux Edition, Lame Edition versions of DX9 and older graphics.
- The Dustbuster (fx 5800).
- The Cherry Pick (7800gtx 512MB)
- Anything made before 1990.
- Voodoo 4, 5 and Rush.
- Nv 6800Ultra, 8800Ultra.

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Reply 29 of 73, by Tetrium

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I have somewhere above 100 graphics cards. Perhaps closer to 200 but I haven't done a count in a long while now.
I have very few PCI-E cards actually, like perhaps 10 at the most. Most are PCI and AGP cards of all makes basically (especially the crappy ones 😜 ). Some ISA and VLB as well.

Whats missing in your collections?
My retro rigs (old topic)
Interesting Vogons threads (links to Vogonswiki)
Report spammers here!

Reply 30 of 73, by Dog

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My partner has been getting on me for having around 10.

He jokes hes going to get Phil to be the officiator of our wedding.

"Today we are going to be joining these two in SLI. We are currently drawing roughly 1000 watts of power. It should provide decent performance, but at a high cost. Stick around for the benchmarks after the ceremony."

Reply 31 of 73, by Doornkaat

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Dog wrote on 2021-10-30, 04:48:

My partner has been getting on me for having around 10.

He jokes hes going to get Phil to be the officiator of our wedding.

"Today we are going to be joining these two in SLI. We are currently drawing roughly 1000 watts of power. It should provide decent performance, but at a high cost. Stick around for the benchmarks after the ceremony."

"And the name of today's sponsor is the advice I'm giving the newly wed couple: Bang good."😉

Reply 32 of 73, by dormcat

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My collection is far smaller than most folks in this thread. 😉 I'll create a CSV-styled list with a similar fashion of my list of computers:

1990, new, ISA, some unknown monochrome display adapter that came with DTK 80386DX-20 (probably also made by DTK), recycled.
1992, new, ISA, Triplex ET4000/w32 enabling VGA graphics on that DTK 80386DX-20, recycled.
1995, new, PCI, Number Nine 9FX Motion 771 (S3 Vision968) that came with Dell XPS Pentium 120, recycled.
1996, new, PCI, S3 Trio64V2/DX 1MB by Top Solution Technology (TST) that came with custom Pentium-MMX 166, inactive (currently my oldest functioning PCI graphics card).
1999, new, AGP, STB Velocity 4400 (Nvidia RIVA TNT 16MB) that came with Quantex P2-400, recycled.
2000, new, PCI, Gainward CARDEXpert SG4 Savage4 Pro 16MB, active in TXP4 + Pentium-MMX 233 (my fastest PCI graphics card).
2002, new, AGP, PixelView GeForce3 Ti200 replacing Velocity 4400, overheated and died after its cooling fan malfunctioned.
2003, new, AGP, GeForce4 Ti 4200 64MB came with Alienware Athlon XP 2200+, recycled (I wouldn't just throw away this card; probably faulty).
2006-7, hand-me-down, AGP, Asus N7600GS/HTD/256M, inactive (and couple capacitors are bulging; I'd rather go digging from e-waste than replacing its capacitors).
2008, new, AGP, ATI Radeon HD 3650, either recycled due to faulty or hidden somewhere in my parents' (I'll try to remember confirming its existence in my next visit).
Circa 2011, e-waste, ISA, Trident TVGA8900D 1MB that came with MiTAC Am486DX2-50, inactive (currently my only working ISA card).
2016, new, PCIe, Asus GT720-SL-1GD3 (OEM) that came with VivoPC K31CD (i5-6400), active.
2018, auctioned, PCIe, Asus EN210 Silent 1GD3 that came with C2Q Q8300, active.
2018, new, PCIe, Zotac GTX 1060 AMP Core Edition 3GB, active in my main working computer (H370 HD3 + i7-8700).
2019, auctioned, AGP, Asus N6200/TD/128M/A that came with GA-K8VM800M + Sempron 2800, recycled due to bulging capacitors and very unstable performance (froze the system while idling).
2020, auctioned, AGP, Gigabyte GV-R9000 Pro II, active in GA-6VXC7-4X-P + P3-800.
2020, e-waste, PCI, S3 Trio64V2/DX 2MB that came with Asus TXP4, active in Dell XPS.
2021, hand-me-down, PCIe, Asus EN210 Silent 1GD3 that came with Gigabyte GA-P31-ES3G, inactive.
2021, e-waste, PCIe, PowerColor AX6450 2GBK3-SH, inactive.
2021, e-waste, PCIe, Asus EAH5670/DI/1GD5, active in GA-P31-ES3G.
2021, auctioned, AGP, Gigabyte GV-R96P256D, active in K8V-MX.
2021, e-waste, AGP, Asus V7100PRO/64M (GeForce2 MX 400), inactive.
2021, e-waste, AGP, Asus V9560XT/TD 128MB (GeForce FX 5600 XT), active in Asus A7V133-C.

Active: 9
Inactive: 6 (or 7, if HD 3650 still exist)
Recycled: 8 (or 7, if HD 3650 still exist)
Total: 23

Reply 33 of 73, by waterbeesje

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Five or six non-vga ISA cards
Most Hercules, one CGA, one DGA (Hercules CGA combo) and maybe forgot one.

A dozen of VGA ISA cards (varies from meh to wow)
Trident 8800, 8900B/C/CL, 9000, unknown chip, c&t, Cirrus 54xx, UMC408, ET4000AX, some double

VLB cards: about half a dozen
ALG2228, Trident 9420, some Cirrus 542x

Just over a dozen PCI cards
Lame ALG2301, cirrus, trident 94xx, ATI Mach something, Rage II, several Virge, ATI 9200... Probably forgot some

AGP ofc three dozen, from Matrox to Trident 3D and lots of Nvidia/ATI (tnt2M64 to Ti4200 and Rage to 9600) and the way to modern Nvidia 4600 or 4650 AGP (which was it again?)

Does PCIe count in? Also some better offer stuff and some meh

Stuck at 10MHz...

Reply 34 of 73, by BitWrangler

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Dog wrote on 2021-10-30, 04:48:

"Today we are going to be joining these two in SLI. We are currently drawing roughly 1000 watts of power. It should provide decent performance, but at a high cost. Stick around for the benchmarks after the ceremony."

heheh, I'm seeing two beanie hats connected with a giant ribbon cable 🤣

Unicorn herding operations are proceeding, but all the totes of hens teeth and barrels of rocking horse poop give them plenty of hiding spots.

Reply 35 of 73, by chrunchyhobo

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I've got an absurd amount that i haven't properly inventoried that garners much hatred from loved ones.

No chance of remembering all of it, but off the top of my head:

2x GeForce256 SDR

3x GeForce256 DDR

1x NOS ASUS V3400TNT

2x NOS (Apparently) STB BlackMagic Voodoo2 100mhz

1x Radeon 9250

1x Sealed Hercules 3D Prophet 4500

1x Boxed Hercules 3D Prophet II MX

Unknown quantity of Rage3D cards

Unknown quantity of GeForce2/4 MX cards

1x NOS Abit GeForce3 Ti 200

1x GeForce FX 5200 PCI

1x GeForce FX 5700

1x PNY GeForce FX 5800 ULTRA (needs repair, if anyone can help, please contact me!)

1x MSI GeForce FX 5900

1x Boxed Gigabyte GeForce 6600 GT

1x Gainward Copper Cooler 6800 ULTRA AGP

1x EVGA 6800 ULTRA AGP W/ non-matching box

2x XFX 6800 ULTRA AGP

2x XFX 6800 ULTRA PCI-E

1x XFX 7950 GS AGP

1x Gainward 7800 GS AGP 24/8

Various 8800 GTS

8+ 8800GTX

Unknown quantity of 8800 ULTRA (some dead)

1x ASUS 9800GT Matrix

1x 9800Gx2

3x XFX 9800 GTX+ Black Edition (one needs repair)

1x MSI GTX 470 (GTX 480 cooler version)

2x Boxed Gainward GTX 480

1x GTX 480 with Zalman cooler

1x Boxed Gigabyte HD 5870 SOC

2x Gigabyte GTX 480 WindForce

2x Gigabyte GTX 580 WindForce

1x Boxed Gigabyte GTX 580 SOC

2x Gigabyte GTX 680 WindForce 5x SOC

1x Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti WindForce OC

1x Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti WindForce OC

1x EVGA GTX 680

4x Boxed EVGA GTX 580 CLASSIFIED cards (for EVGA SR-2 build)

2x Boxed EVGA GTX 460

1x Boxed KFA2 GTX 460 SLi Value Pack (2 cards one box)

1x Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti Black Edition

3x Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti XTREME Gaming (2x in SLi, third on loan to my brother)

1x Sapphire Radeon X1950XTX Crossfire Master (with cable!)

2x Radeon X1950XTX Slave cards

1x ASUS 2900XT S.T.A.L.K.E.R Edition

2x ASUS HD3850x2

1x Sapphire HD4850x2

Numerous HD4870x2

1x Palit Revolution 700 Deluxe (4870x2)

2x HD 3870x2

4x HD 4850

2x HD 3850

2x HD 3850 AGP

2x XFX HD 4890 2GB

1x ASUS HD 7750

1x Boxed Voodoo5 5500 AGP

And many, many more.

Side note: I've got the P90 shaped carry case for the Limited edition XFX HD5970 4GB, but no card. If anyone wants to part with one, let me know!

EDIT: Nearly forgot: 1x Unidentified (engineering sample?) AGP card with socketable ram.

Reply 36 of 73, by clueless1

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Too many to recite by memory and I don't have them catalogued. But way less than a lot of folks already posted. For awhile I was on a mission to find the fastest DOS PCI card, so I got quite a collection of those (maybe 15-20). The only ones I think I'm lacking in terms of top DOS performers are the ET4000 and ET6000. I also have several (maybe a dozen?) AGP cards and a few PCI-e. So way less than some folks here, but still a lot IMO.

Some of my favorites:
ARK1000/2000
CL GD5446
S3 Virge GX
TNT2 M64 PCI
V3 2000
GF3 Ti200
V2 SLI
GTX1650 Super
RTX2060 KO

The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know.
OPL3 FM vs. Roland MT-32 vs. General MIDI DOS Game Comparison
Let's benchmark our systems with cache disabled
DOS PCI Graphics Card Benchmarks

Reply 37 of 73, by imi

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keenmaster486 wrote on 2021-10-29, 15:08:

Too many. Anyone want some spare ATI Rage XL AGPs?

I don't even have that many of those, but I got an entire box full of just Rage IICs ^^

this is a very incomplete list of just the cards I have catalogued, but there's many more 😁

ISA/EISA

  • Actix Tiger 10V Rev. 2.0 - TIGA 34010 1+1MB (1991)
  • ATi Graphics Solution Rev 3 - CW16800-A (8-bit PC/XT 1985 8635)
  • ATi EGA Wonder 800+ - 18800-1 Rev.1 (8-bit PC/XT 1988 89?)
  • ATi VGA Wonder - ATi 18800 (1988-89)
  • ATi VGA Wonder+ - ATi 28800-2 256KB (1990)
  • ATi Graphics Ultra - ATi 38800-1 Mach 8 / ATi ? (1991)
  • ATi Graphics Vantage - ATi 38800-1 Mach 8 / ATi 28800-5 1MB+512KB (1991)
  • ATi (iCL) VGA Wonder ? ATI - ATi 28800-5 (1992)
  • Compaq QVision 1024/E (V32) - Motorola SC02SH007DK04 1MB EISA? (1992/93)
  • Diamond SpeedSTAR24 - Rev.C1 (Bios 6.01) - Tseng ET4000AX (1992)
  • Diamond Stealth VRAM Rev.B2 - S3 P86C911 (1992?)
  • Diamond Stealth VRAM Rev.C4 - S3 P86C911 (1992?)
  • Diamond Stealth 24 Rev.B2 - S3 P86C801 (1993)
  • EIZO Nanao VA30 Rev.B - AVGA1 512KB (1991)
  • EIZO Nanao AA/AC41 Rev.A - Spectragraphics (1992)
  • ELSA XHR Winner 1000 - S3 P86C928 2MB ISA / EISA (1993)
  • ESCOM 2150D-911 - S3 P86C911 1MB VRAM (1991)
  • Genoa SuperVGA Model 6400 - Genoa GVGA (1990)
  • Headland/Video 7 G2 - GC205 (1988)
  • Headland Technology VRAM 2 Rev.4 - HT209/D (1991)
  • Hercules Graphics Card Plus (EW64T5HERCULESMMM) - Hercules V 112-B / AMI C15994 FONTROM (8-bit PC/XT 1987)
  • míro Crystal (BIBM-CRYS-204) - AVGA1 / PC Chips F82C481 (IBM 8514 compatible) 2MB (1992)
  • Oak OTI-037C VGA 256KB (1990)
  • Oak OTI-037C VGA/EGA - Oak OTI037C 256KB (1991)
  • Oak OTI-077 1077081004 rev.D - Oak OTI077 1MB (1992)
  • PC Chips GW-V16A - PC Chips F82C450 512KB (1991)
  • PRISMA VGART 800 - Western Digital WD90C00-JK 256KB (max. 512kB) (1990)
  • Realtek SMART VGA - Realtek RTG3103 256KB (8-bit PC/XT 1991)
  • RTVGA_V3_91014 REV:A - Realtek RTG3106 512KB (1991)
  • RTVGA-V2-91024 - Realtek RTG3105 512KB (1993)
  • SPEA Graphiti FGA 1/HE - Headland HT208/C VGA / Texas Instruments TMS34020 TIGA 2MB VRAM + 1MB DRAM (1991)
  • TARGA WIN 32K - Tseng ET4000AX 1MB (1992)
  • Tiva Microcomputer Corporation TMC 5UA-DGP - Yamaha V6363-F 64KB MDA/CGA/Hercules (8-bit PC/XT 1987)
  • Trident TVGA8816CSC2 - Trident TVGA8800CS 512KB (1989)
  • Trident TVGA9000B (1992)
  • Video Seven VGA16 (D2A62LVGA16) - Video Seven V7VGA L1A4199 256KB (1988/89)
  • Western Digital WD90C30-LR 512KB (1992)
  • Great Tek Inc VGA9212 - Tseng ET4000AX (1994)
  • unknown P/N 3071 REV A - Tseng ET3000AX 512KB (1989-90)
  • unknown P/N 8810 REV C - Tseng ET3000AX 512KB (1990)

VLB

  • ATi Graphics Ultra Pro - ATi mach32 2MB VRAM (1992)
  • ARK1000VL (LBG-1000VL2M) 1MB (max. 2MB) (1994)
  • Axis Machspeed VGA GUI2000 - Cirrus Logic CL-GD5426-80QC-A 2MB (1993)
  • DEC (AO922693) - S3 P86C805 (old logo) 1MB (1993)
  • Diamond Stealth 64 VLB Rev.A6 - S3 Vision964 2MB (max. 4MB) (1995)
  • ECS VI-710/711 Rev. 2.0 - Cirrus Logic CL-GD5428-80QC-A 1MB (1993)
  • FIC VGA-524V (EUNVGA-542V) - Cirrus Logic CL-GD5426-80QC-B 1MB (1993)
  • Hercules VL Bus Stingray - Avance Logic ALG2228 1MB (1994)
  • Hercules VL Bus Dynamite - Tseng ET4000/W32P (1994)
  • Matrox MGA Ultima Plus 200 Rev.B (512-01) - IS-ATLAS R1 / 200Mhz Ramdac 4MB VRAM (1994)
  • míro Crystal 12SD VL - S3 Trio32 1MB max. 2MB (1995)
  • míro Crystal 20SV VL - S3 Vision964 2MB (1995)
  • Pacific Technology (KG8VL9033A) Paradise - WD90C33-ZZ - Multi I/O combo card (1993)
  • Spea V7-Vega VL - Cirrus Logic CL-GD5424-80QC-C 1MB (1993)
  • Spea V7-Mirage VL rev.31A04 - S3 86C805-P 1MB (1994)
  • Spea V7-Vega Plus rev-11A02 - Avance Logic ALG2228.A (1994)
  • Spea Mirage P64 VL - S3 Trio64 86C764-P 2MB (1994)
  • VideoLogic GrafixStar 500 - S3 Vision 868 (1995 9516)

PCI

  • AdLib Genesis 765 - S3 Trio64V+ 2MB (1997)
  • Alliance Semiconductor AT3D 4MB EDO 100Mhz (1997/98)
  • Appian Graphics Jeronimo Pro - dual 3Dlabs Permedia 2 2x8MB (1998)
  • ComCorp Colorgraphic Predator LT2 PCI - dual S3 Savage4 LT 2x8MB (2000)
  • Creative Labs Graphics Blaster CT6610 - 3Dlabs Permedia 2V 4MB SGRAM (1997/98)
  • Creative Labs 3D Blaster Voodoo 2 CT6670 - 3Dfx Voodoo 2 12MB (1998) (2x)
  • Datapath DGC67D - dual S3 Trio64V2/DX 2x2MB (1997/98) (2x)
  • Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI - S3 Trio64 2MB (1994)
  • Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI Rev.A2 - S3 Trio64 86C764-P 2MB (1994)
  • Diamond Stealth 64 Video VRAM + Ram Extension - S3 Vision968 2+2MB (1995)?
  • Diamond Stealth SE - S3 Trio32 1MB (max. 2MB) (1994/95)
  • Diamond Stealth Video 2500 Rev.C - Alliance ProMotion AT24 4MB (1995)
  • Diamond Fire GL 1000 Pro - 3Dlabs Permedia 2 8MB (1997)
  • Diamond Viper V330 Rev.D - nVIDIA Riva 128 4MB (1997)
  • Diamond Monster 3D - 3Dfx Voodoo 4MB (1997)
  • Diamond Monster 3D II - 3Dfx Voodoo 2 8MB (1998)
  • Diamond Monster 3D II - 3Dfx Voodoo 2 12MB 100Mhz (1998)
  • ELSA Gloria 8 - S3 Vision968 / 3Dlabs GLINT 300SX 8+8MB (1995)
  • ELSA Winner 1000Pro - S3 Vision864 (1994)
  • ELSA Winner 2000 AVI-4 - S3 Vision968 4MB VRAM (1995) (2x)
  • ELSA Winner 2000 Office-4 ViVo - 3Dlabs Permedia 2 4MB SGRAM (1997)
  • ELSA Victory Erazor-4 - nVIDIA Riva 128 4MB (1997) (x2)
  • Gainward Dragon 3000 - 3Dfx Voodoo 2 12MB 100Mhz (1998)
  • Hercules Stingray Pro - ARK Logic ARK1000PV (1994)
  • Hercules Terminator 3D EDO 40 - S3 Virge 86C325 2+2MB (1996)
  • Hercules Terminator 64/3D - S3 ViRGE 86C325 4MB (1996)
  • Hercules Stingray 128/3D - Alliance ProMotion AT25 / 3Dfx Voodoo Rush 8MB (1997)
  • Hercules 3D Prophet 4000XT - PowerVR KYRO 64MB (2000)
  • HIS S3 Virge/DX - S3 ViRGE/DX 4MB (1997) (2x)
  • InteGraphics Systems - IGS IGA 1680_A 1MB (1994)
  • Matrox Ultima Plus PCI (507-01) Rev:E - IS-ATLAS R1 2MB (1994)
  • Matrox Millenium (576-04) Rev:A + RAM Upgrade - IS STORM R2 2+6MB WRAM (1995)
  • Matrox Millenium (576-05) Rev:B - IS-STORM R2 2MB WRAM (1995)
  • Matrox Millenium (590-05) rev.B - Matrox IS-MGA-2064W-R2 4MB WRAM (1996) (2x)
  • Matrox Millenium II - Matrox MGA-2164WP-C 4MB WRAM (1997)
  • Matrox Mystique (616-02) Rev:A - IS-MGA-1064SG-D 2MB(1996)
  • Matrox Mystique 220 (644-03) Rev:A - MGA-1164SG-A 4MB SGRAM (1997) (4x)
  • Matrox Millenium G200/G2+ (844-00) Rev_A - MGA-G200 8MB SDRAM (1998)
  • Matrox Millenium G400 (G4+MDH4A32G) - MGA-G400 32MB SGRAM (1999)
  • Matrox G200 MMS Quad - Matrox MGA-G200A-D2 4x8MB SGRAM (2000)
  • Matrox G200 MMS Quad - Matrox MGA-G200(A-D2?) 4x8MB SGRAM (2001)
  • míro Video12PD - Alliance ProMotion 3210 (1994)
  • míro Crystal 20SD Rev. A - S3 Vision864 2MB long PCB (1994)
  • míro Crystal 20SD - S3 Vision864 1MB (max. 2MB) (1994)
  • míro Crystal 20SD - S3 Vision864 2MB (1994)
  • míro Crystal 22SD - S3 Trio64V+ 2MB (1996)
  • míro Crystal VR4000 - S3 ViRGE/VX 4MB (1996)
  • míro Video 20SV-PCI - S3 Vision968 (86C968-P) 2MB (1996)
  • míro Video 22SD - S3 Trio64V+ 2MB (1996)
  • míro HiScore 3D - 3Dfx Voodoo1 6MB (1997)
  • míro HiScore² 3D - 3Dfx Voodoo2 12MB (1998)
  • Number nine Motion 771 (MPVXP0010X) - S3 Vision968 (86C968-P) (1995)
  • Orchid Fahrenheit 64-PCI - S3 Vision864 1MB (max. 2MB) (1994)
  • Orchid Righteous 3D Rev.C1 - 3Dfx Voodoo1 4MB 30ns (1998)
  • S3 Inc. VGA Trio 32P - S3 Trio32 1MB (1995)
  • S3 Trio64 S3-764 - S3 Trio64 2MB (1996) (2x)
  • Sapphire R9250 128M 64-BIT DDR VGA/TVO/DVI-I - ATi Radeon 9250 128MB DDR (2004)
  • Spea V7-Vega Plus V1.16 - Avance Logic ALG2301.A 1MB (1994)
  • Spea V7-Vega Plus V2.01 - Avance Logic ALG2301.A 1MB (1994)
  • SPEA V7-Mirage P-64 - S3 Vision864 (1994?)
  • SPEA V7-Mirage P-64 - S3 Trio64 (1995)
  • SPEA Mirage P64V TURBO - S3 Vision868 2MB 40ns (1995)
  • SPEA V7-Mercury P-64 V (OEM IBM) - S3 Vision968 (1995)
  • SPEA V7-Mercury P-64 V + RAM Upgrade - S3 Vision968 (1995)
  • (STB) Voodoo 3 2000 - 3Dfx Voodoo 3 16MB SGRAM 183Mhz (1999)
  • STB Voodoo 3 3000 - 3Dfx Voodoo 3 16MB 183Mhz (1999)
  • unknown 3Dfx 600-0012-04 - 3Dfx Voodoo 4MB (1998)
  • unknown VCW32 Rev.A - TSENG Labs ET4000/W32P (1994)
  • unknown Weitek Power 9100 / IBM PALETTE DAC 4MB VRAM (1994/95)
  • unknown PCI375-2L S3 Virge/DX - S3 ViRGE/DX 2MB (1998)
  • unknown S3 ViRGE/DX DXL-DP18 - S3 ViRGE/DX 4MB (1998)
  • ExpertColor S3 Trio Virge ver. 1.2 DSV3325 - S3 ViRGE 2+2MB (1996/97?)

AGP

  • ATi Xpert 2000 PRO - ATi Rage 128 Pro 32MB (2000)
  • ASUS V3800/32M(TV) SGRAM Rev. 1.0? Deluxe - nVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Ultra 32MB (1999)
  • ASUS V6600/32M(TVR) Rev. 1.00 Deluxe - nVIDIA GeForce 256 32MB 5ns SGRAM (1999)
  • ASUS V7700/32M(TVR) Rev. 1.01 Deluxe - nVIDIA GeForce2 GTS 32MB DDR (2000)
  • ASUS V8200/64M(TVR) Rev. ? Deluxe - nVIDIA GeForce3 64MB (2001)
  • ASUS V8420/128M Rev. 1.01 - nVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4200 128MB (2002)
  • Creative Graphics Blaster CT6710 - nVIDIA Riva TNT 16MB (1998/99)
  • Creative 3D Blaster Banshee CT6750 - 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee 16MB SGRAM (1998)
  • Creative 3D Blaster CT6870 - nVIDIA Riva TNT2 Ultra 32MB (1999)
  • Diamond Viper V330 Rev.C - nVIDIA Riva 128 4MB (1997)
  • Diamond Viper V330 Rev.E - nVIDIA Riva 128 4MB (1997)
  • Diamond Viper V550 SD ATX - nVIDIA Riva TNT 8MB 80Mhz (1998)
  • Diamond Stealth III S540 - S3 Savage4 Pro 32MB AGP 4x (1999)
  • ELSA Erazor III Pro-A32 - nVIDIA TNT2 Pro 32MB SGRAM AGP 4x (1999)
  • ELSA Erazor III Pro-A32 ViVo - nVIDIA TNT2 Pro 32MB SGRAM AGP 4x (1999)
  • ELSA Gloria Synergy-N4 ATX - 3Dlabs Permedia 2 4MB SGRAM (1998)
  • ELSA Gloria Synergy-N8 ATX - 3Dlabs Permedia 2 4+4MB SGRAM (1998)
  • ELSA Victory Erazor-4 - nVIDIA Riva 128 4MB (1997)
  • ELSA Victory Erazor/LT-8 - nVIDIA Riva 128ZX 8MB (1998)
  • ELSA Victory II-A16 - 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee 16MB SGRAM (1998) (2x)
  • ELSA Winner 1000 T3D - S3 Trio3D/2x 8MB AGP (1999) (3x)
  • E&S AccelGraphics AccelGalaxy - Evans & Sutherland REAL image 2100 (1999)
  • Gainward Dragon 4000 - 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee 16MB (1998)
  • Hercules Terminator 128/3D - S3 Trio3D 8MB (1998) (2x)
  • Hercules 3D Prophet 9800 PRO - ATi Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB DDR AGP 8x (2003)
  • Matrox Millenium G450 (G45MDHA32DB) - Matrox Millenium G450 32MB SGRAM (2000)
  • Matrox Millenium P750 - Matrox Parhelia-LX 64MB DDR (2003)
  • Number Nine S3 Savage4 LT 8MB (1999)
  • PNY/Sparkle SPAG43 - nVIDIA GeForce 6600 LE 256MB DDR (2005)
  • Prolink PixelView GeForce2 Ti - nVIDIA GeForce2 Ti 64MB DDR (2001)
  • STB Voodoo 3 2000 - 3Dfx Voodoo 3 16MB (1999)
  • STB Voodoo 3 3000 - 3Dfx Voodoo 3 16MB 183Mhz (1999)

PCI-E

  • HD3870X2
  • HD4870X2
  • HD5970
  • HD6990

Reply 38 of 73, by pixelatedscraps

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Wow. Just wow.

I haven’t even heard of maybe half of those third party brands…truly impressive collection. I’ll be sure to bookmark this and send to my wife the next time she brings up my ‘collection’.

My ultimate dual 440LX / Voodoo2 SLI build

Test bench: Asus P3B-F | 1.3Ghz Tualeron w/ Powerleap | Geforce 2 Ti500 | SB Live! 5.1 CT4760

Reply 39 of 73, by Garrett W

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A lot actually, I'm running out of space, although certainly not as many as some of the folks here.

Off the top of my head:

3Dfx

  • Voodoo 1
  • 2x Voodoo 2 12MB (one of them installed in a K6-III+ system)
  • 2x Voodoo Banshee PCI (both installed, one in an MMX 233 system and another in a dual PPro 233)
  • 2x Voodoo 3 3000 (1x PCI & 1x AGP, one installed in 440BX PIII 500 system)
  • Voodoo 5 AGP installed in a Via C3 1400

ATi

  • Rage 3D IIc
  • Rage Pro
  • Rage 128 AGP
  • Rage 128 Pro AGP
  • Radeon 7200 AGP
  • Radeon 9100 (rebranded 8500 LE) AGP
  • Radeon 9200 AGP
  • Radeon 9600 AGP
  • Radeon 1900XT 512MB PCI-E
  • Radeon 2400 Pro AGP
  • Radeon 3850 AGP (installed in a 939 Athlon64 x2 system, to be replaced with 1900XT)
  • Radeon 3850 256MB PCI-E
  • Radeon 4650 AGP
  • Radeon 4850 512MB
  • 2x Radeon 4870 512MB
  • Radeon 5770
  • Radeon 6950
  • Radeon RX 480 8GB (powering my main PC for 5 years now!)

Matrox

  • Millennium 2MB
  • Millennium II 4MB
  • G100
  • G200
  • G400
  • G450
  • Parhelia P750

NVidia

  • 2x Riva 128 (PCI & AGP, AGP one installed in K6-III+ system alongside Voodoo2)
  • Riva TNT2 M64
  • Riva TNT2
  • GeForce 2 MX400
  • GeForce 4 Ti 4600
  • 2x GeForce 4 MX440 (PCI & AGP)
  • GeForce FX 5200 64bit
  • 2x GeForce FX 5600 XT (one XT and one standard)
  • GeForce FX 5900 Ultra (installed in Northwood 3.2 system)
  • GeForce 6600 GT AGP
  • GeForce 6800 AGP (installed in socket 754 Athlon 64 3400+ system, looking to replace with a GT or 7600 GS/GT with GDDR3)
  • GeForce 8400GS PCI-E
  • 2x GTX 285 (one installed in Q9550 system)
  • GTX 460 1GB

S3

  • 2x S3 Virge 4MB (one installed in Cyrix 5x86 system)
  • Trio 3D
  • Savage 3D
  • Savage 4

Others

  • 3DLabs Permedia 2 8MB AGP
  • Cirrus Logic GD5422 ISA (installed in Cyrix 486DLC system)
  • Cirrus Logic GD5426 VLB
  • Trident 9750
  • SiS 6326
  • SiS 315

I'm probably forgetting at least a few cards in there, but this is mostly everything, pretty happy with my collection and I really enjoy swapping GPUs out and just seeing how things run in different setups. I'd love to get a PCX2 someday, a real Parhelia and a Mystique, as well as Savage2000, perhaps even a Permedia 2 PCI to replace the Banshee in the PPro system to really replicate the feeling of it being a workstation! I am pretty happy with what I have already though!