AGP/PCI/PCIe Graphics card

Daytona 64T - 1995

  • Trident TGUI9680-1

  • PCI

  • 4MB RAM

  • MPEG-1

  • DirectX 3 ?

  • Speed on Intel Pentium MMX 233Mhz

    • 3DBench2: 101,4

    • Quake TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 36.4 FPS

Mach 64 264VT-A - 2MB

  • Speed on Intel Pentium 200Mhz - WIC

    • Quake: TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 36.1 FPS

  • Location: Shelf

S3 Trio64 V+ Turbo

  • Speed on Intel Pentium 200Mhz - WIC

    • Quake: TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 39.3 FPS

  • Location: WIC - Pentium 200

S3 Trio64 V+ Turbo - IBM

  • Speed on Intel Pentium 200Mhz - WIC

    • Quake: TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 36.3 FPS

  • Location: Shelf

Matrox Mystique 220 - 2MB

  • Speed on Intel Pentium MMX 233Mhz

    • 3DBench2: 135,5

    • Quake TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 42.7 FPS

  • Speed on Intel Pentium 200Mhz - WIC

    • Quake: TimeDemo Demo 3 - nosound: 39.1 FPS - Pentium 200

  • Location: Shelf

Nvidia GeForce2 MX-200

  • 32MB RAM

  • Tested - OK

  • Location: TCI 233MMX

3Dfx Voodoo Rush - 6MB - 1997

  • Alliance ProMotion AT3D (6MB)

  • Works best in a Pentium 233Mhz or higher

  • Quake: 320x200 timedemo demo 3: 41.9 FPS - Pentium 200

  • Work good in DOS.

  • Not good at all in Windows. When the 3Dfx Rush add-on card is connected. There is artefacts on the screen. We are unable to use the Voodoo Rush chipset. Screen is blank, garbage or machine freezes. The 3Dfx chips are very hot.

  • Location: Shelf

3Dfx Voodoo 2 - 1998

  • Tested - works

  • Works best in a Pentium 2 or higher

3Dfx Banshee - 1998

  • 3D Blaster Banshee - Model: CT6760

  • Not working. No pictures. Not even a signal to wake up the monitor from sleep.

3Dfx Voodoo 3

  • Its in my Dell XPS - Pentium II - 350Mhz

ATI 3D Rage Pro - 1998

  • AGP 2x

  • DirectX 6.0

  • PassMark score 1

  • Suitable for Pentium

  • Location: Not allocated

  • Quake 1 - 320x200: 145 FPS

Matrox G550

  • Modell: G55+MDHA32DB

  • 32MB RAM - DDR1

  • Direct X 8

  • AGP 4x/8x

GeForce 3 Ti200 - 128MB - 2001

  • AGP 4x

  • 128MB RAM

  • DirectX 8.0

  • 700 MPixels/sec

  • PassMark score 4

  • Suitable for Pentium II and Pentium III

  • Location: Not allocated

  • Quake 1 - 320x200: 193 FPS

GeForce4 p73 ms-8878 - 2002

  • AGP 8x

  • DirectX 8.0a / OpenGL 1.3

  • 550 MPixels/sec

  • PassMark score 5

  • Suitable for Pentium III and P4

  • Location: Not allocated

  • Quake 1 - 320x200: 195 FPS

Asus GeForce 6200 128MB - 2004

  • AGP 8x

  • DirectX 9.0c / OpenGL 2.1

  • 128MB RAM

  • 1200 MPixels/sec

  • PassMark score 45

  • Suitable for Pentium III and P4

  • Location: Not allocated - I have two identical cards

ATI Radeon 9200 - 2003

  • AGP 8x

  • 128 DDR RAM

  • Direct X 8.1 - OpenGL 1.4

  • 6.400 GB/s

  • Quake 1 - 320x200: 191 FPS

ATI Radeon 9200

  • AGP 8x

  • 128 DDR RAM

  • Direct X 8.1 - OpenGL 1.4

  • 6.400 GB/s

  • Quake 1 - 320x200: 191 FPS


ATI Radeon X800 PCIx - 2004

  • PCI x16

  • DirectX 9.0a / OpenGL 2.0

  • 6400 MPIXels/sec

  • PassMark score 80

  • Suitable for Pentium III and P4

  • Location: Not allocated

Radeon X1650Pro 256MB VRAM - 2006

  • PCI 1.0 x16

  • DirectX 9.0c / OpenGL 2.0

  • 2400 MPixels/sec

  • PassMark score 80

  • Suitable for Pentium III and P4

Radeon HD 6670 - 1GB DDR5 - 2011

  • PCIe 2.0 x16

  • DirectX 11.0 - OPEN GL 4.2

  • VGA, DVI and HDMI

  • Location: XCcube - Running Vista