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If it was design choice, the motivation behind it is a mystery to me. Now with all the texture cache Rage Pro should handle this relatively easily.

The chip should support also WRAM with external MHz ramdac to exploit them at high resolutions, but I am not aware of any card taking advantage of that. ATI's effort to bite into professional market is also clear from addition of edge anti-aliasing.

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How could one not mention the Turbo disaster in a Rage Pro article. In the beginning of happened interesting PR attempt to fake All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X update. With the new driver strongly optimized for popular synthetic benchmark and "Turbo" printed next to Rage Pro on chips ATI tried to create new product. Of course this was quickly exposed and company covered in shame. Nevertheless, sales were going strong and R3 architecture was to be found in newer and actually updated chips.

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It is codenamed mach64LB and as you see the chip was used for discrete cards as well. The long life of R3 architecture after die shrink. Developers were not pleased. When 0.


And as an integrated graphics for servers it went on almost forever. The only added feature is integrated TMDS for flat panels.

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Such respins helped to prolong support for Rage Pro. Final driver used for my tests is newest among everything I tried and is probably the only one with optimization for my system.

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Actually, after two freezes doing only timedemos I am not sure if they ever really got it stable. Which brings me to gaming experience of R3 cards. Playing like a Pro Per-polygon mip mapping going wrong I already mentioned bilinear filter optimization. Used - Very Good: This means that the product has been opened, may show slight signs of use and cosmetic blemish, and may be missing minor accessories, but remain in excellent condition. Product does not come with warranty unless stated otherwise in product description. Used - All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X This means that the product has been used, All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X show clear signs of use and may be missing minor accessories, but remain in good condition.

Used - Acceptable: This means that the product shows clear signs of use, cosmetic defect, and may be missing minor accessories and manual, but remain in working All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X. Functionality issues beyond signs of use should be disclosed in product description. Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X. In the cases I've seen, there doesn't seem to be any way to predict from the video card chipset and motherboard chipset whether there will be a problem. Sometimes a particular video card chipset and motherboard chipset get along well and other times they don't.

The one thing you can try is to flash your motherboard with the most recent BIOS. But since it's an old motherboard, the manufacturer will most likely not have anything but old All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X available. If you're running Windows 95, 98, or ME, it may be possible to manually assign addresses and get it to work but I've seen people try this and the process is about as enjoyable as a root canal and usually fails to fully solve the problem anyway. If you're running Windows or XP then it's probably impossible to fix because the newer versions of Windows almost always prevent you from manually assigning addresses, IRQs, etc.

That's almost always true even if you select the standard PC HAL while installing Windows with the hope that it will allow you to assign resources manually. If you run into one of these memory resource conflicts then you should probably give up and try a different video card.

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It's rarely fixable. Note the complete lack of "AGP All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X. The graphics chipset determines what kind of AGP card it is; not the brand of the video card. ATI All-In-Wonder PRO, PCI, 75 / 0 / 75 MHz, 8MB SGRAM (64b), AMD.


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