What resolution are you trying to use for Windows?
Try lowering the color depht to 256 colors and see if it runs better.
i tried 1024x768 at first but my LCD said it didnt support the mode..
so im using 800x600..
ive tried a bunch of different color depths and its still slow.
maybe i should test it in my 486 box to see if the 386dx40 cpy isnt to blame for the slowness im seeing?
maybe i dont have turbo set on or something? but its only slow inside windows 3.1
maybeits because i really dont have the right drivers.. and the vga700 drivers arent a good fit for it?
the article mentioned that the vga732 was a "lite" "affordable" version of the vga700.. but the pic above
does show "700" on the vga732 box.. (unless its a mistake?)
anyway i thought the card would be faster then this..
given that it was tested with "20 of the best" svga cards of 1991
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