First post, by dr.zeissler
Hi there, I am a bit confused about my Acer V66LT Board with ATI 3D Rage Pro LT.
Are there drivers for Win3x? I could not find them and the WFW3.11 Vesa 256Color-Driver does not work too ;( (corrupted screen)
Beside that I am wondering why in win9x there is only D3D but not OpenGL-Support.
What drivers should I use, especially if I would like to play some really old "ATI3DCIF" stuff too.
RAGE LT (laptop) and RAGE LT Pro (desktop) […]
RAGE LT (laptop) and RAGE LT Pro (desktop)
Rage LT chip
ATI Rage LT Pro AGP, 8 MB SDRAM
Rage LT or Mach64 LT was often implemented on motherboards and in mobile applications like notebook computers. This late 1996 chip was very similar to the Rage II and supported the same application coding. It integrated a low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) transmitter for notebook LCDs and advanced power management (block-by-block power control). The RAGE LT PRO, based on the 3D RAGE PRO, was the very first mobile GPU to use AGP.
It offered Filtered Ratiometric Expansion, which automatically adjusted images to full-screen size. ATI's ImpacTV2+ is integrated with the RAGE LT PRO chip to support multi-screen viewing; i.e., simultaneous outputs to TV, CRT and LCD. In addition, the RAGE LT PRO can drive two displays with different images and/or refresh rates with the use of integrated dual, independent CRT controllers.
The Rage LT Pro was often used in desktop video cards that had a VESA Digital Flat Panel port to drive some desktop LCD monitors digitally.
After ATI stopped producing the RAGE LT, ATI used the Rage 128 and Rage 128 Pro as the base chip for their new Mobility Mobile Graphics.
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