A “driverless” card would be best. It really was the worst 2D quality not speed, that was great that I had ever seen. VESA support is good, but missing the 15bpp modes which shouldn’t be a big problem, as rarely any games use these modes or support 16bpp as alternative. Last edited by Locutus on If that is not enough for you, you can always combine it with a 3Dfx add-on card e.
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You won’t like x at 60 Hz, it’s just not healthy. You can’t beat the 2D quality as well. Recent S3 cards from with 4MB have vesa 2. Board index All times are UTC.
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They’re very fast and compatible with old games. I did have a Banshee back then too. Compatibilty and drivers for Windows 3. It really was the worst 2D quality not speed, that was great that I had ever seen. Best DOS video card?
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You need TSRs to get that support. This site hosts no abandonware. Does anyone else have any experience using the Matrox boards in old DOS games? These updates fix various DOS issues I believe. I suppose nVidia and I have bad blood between us.
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I suppose I could live without Windows 3. Something that has VBE 2. Here in germany, they are quite common.
I’m selling some stuff! It seems to have problems videoo changing between mouse cursors pointer disappears for hrecules sec when changing between cursors text cursor, window resize etc.
VESA support is good, but missing the 15bpp modes which shouldn’t be a big problem, as rarely any games use these modes or support 16bpp as alternative. It would be my preferred board of choice because it has excellent 2D quality and drivers for Windows 3.
However, few of these cards have VESA 2. Discussion about old graphics cards, monitors and video related things. I have traveled across the universe and through the years to find Her. In fact, that card turned me off to nVidia based cards all the way until I finally got a GT for my current rig. It universally has good support for DOS, Win31 and Win9x, so it makes a great “legacy” gaming machine card.
Perhaps I’ll swap it out and buy a or off eBay.
Last edited by Locutus on A “driverless” card would be best. I mean, does the resolution mode change in such way that makes the game unplayable?
If that is not enough for you, you can always combine it with a 3Dfx add-on card e. I am almost sure, that the G series will show same results.
What about a Voodoo Banshee or Voodoo 3? Matrox has it all, but for a legacy gaming machine, I can’t let my prejudices take over. And thanks to the wonder of eBay, I believe any card made is in my grasp – either now or eventually.
Some of them tend to have problems when it comes to scrolling best noticable with horizontal scrolling.