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Please consult the readme file included for additional driver information. All rights reserved. So I went on the net and Downloaded the recent driver there and runs like [-peep-], really glitchy and slow. TechSpot is a registered trademark. http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-s80-drivers.php

A New Era in Gaming Graphics! The time now is 06:48 PM. Thanks guys. Well, I did not try plucking the heatsink off the Savage4 chip, but I guess that the heatsink is bonded by the normal paste like grey thermal compound, not like others http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=34842

According to the addendum, these jumpers are meant for AGP 4X, and all the 3 jumpers would have to be shorted to enable AGP 4X. I would be willing to buy a copy of the CD Driver, or Download it or something. Marginally, the RIVA TNT is better in 2D and 3D as well as the bus transfer rates.

  1. Currently, my BH6 doesn't support AGP 4X and thus, this feature could not be tested, but I reckon that speeds would be slightly faster (not exactly 2X faster than AGP2X) due
  2. Get tech support here Release Notes Related Drivers 10 In this download is the Windows NT 4.0 drivers (English version) for the Stealth III S5XX series graphics accelerators.
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  4. According to Vijay's tests the Spectra manages 162.0903 MPixels/s and the test results on my system (at 375MHz) indicate 285.0979 MPixels/s, re-running the benchmarks proved useless, for results were around the
  5. In any case the default refresh rate for the S540 is 85.0Hz.
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Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Outstanding Laptops Graphics Smartphones CPUs Storage A quick check with PowerStrip showed that the memory was running at 143.2MHz, its rated speed, and PowerStrip would not allow me to either increase the memory speed or its core At the bottom of the card, near the AGP interface are 3 jumpers. The Stealth III S540.

I had expected more from this video card, since it's priced at SGD$215 which is a tad pricier than many cards based on theRIVA TNT chipset (but of course, you get I haven't purchased a Diamond Stealth III S540 yet, but I would prefer to use AGP if at all possible because I have no more free PCI slots. Here's other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Diamond Stealth III S540/S520 Drivers for Windows NT January 6, 1999 Windows NT 4,223 downloads 2.2 MB this content TV-In would be nice although it is not exactly a must.

Unfortunately the HP of Diamond (company doesn't exist anylonger) shows no such driver for my card ... If you can help me out respond leaving your email or email me at [email protected] I've indicated my system as PII-333(S540) when running with the Stealth III S540 and PII-333(V3400TNT) when running with my Asus V3400TNT/TV video card. Can somone post a link ? 02-29-2004,05:48 AM #2 Guest Re: OpenGL Driver for Diamond Stealth III S540 I have to ask...

All Rights Reserved. http://www.telecommander.com/pics/links/vgacards/diamondstealths540pci32moem/diamondstealths540pci32moem.htm All rights reserved. Since AGP/CLK is set to 1/1 means that the card is running at 150MHz and 166MHz (AGP2X) respectively at clockspeeds of 375MHz and 416MHz. Otherwise, operate the computer in a air-conditioned room without the casing on, that pretty much solved the problem since the S540 kept locking up every 15 minutes into my Half-Life game

What a disappointment! have a peek at these guys brontNov 22, 2001, 1:47 AM It involves a trench coat, and very little else :wink: Seriously, there are programs for flashing the bios. There is one setback...it is not registered with DirectX, but does not cause lockups if DirectX 6.x/7.x is installed.Uploaded ByCor de Boer (DG Member) on 6-Mar-2000 Related DriversDiamond Multimedia Driver Update Get the answer AnonymousNov 21, 2001, 12:53 AM Yes it is the Savage 4 pro chipset.

Based on this, I think the S540 makes an excellent OpenGL card! Also, the card was nicely detected and within several reboots I had the S540 running benchmarks, proving its ease of setting up! Colour depth = 32bit for all tests. http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-3-drivers.php Measured in Reality Marks Benchmark Comments Wintune 98 / 3D Winbench 99 The results reflect very badly on the S3 Savage4 Pro chipset, however the plus factor is the OpenGL tested

Despite that, the loading time of games like NFS3 and Half-Life is very fast and during gameplay the S540 feels smooth and no freezes whatsoever! It's redundant if you ask me. However, the performance is also very different...

GLUT, GLFW, GLM) OpenGL drivers High-level APIs (e.g.

The last row of the result table 1 is obtained from Vijay's review of the Canopus Spectra 5400PE (RIVA TNT2-Ultra), his system is a C300A overclocked to 450MHz, running the Spectra5400 Final Reality This set of benchmarks shows how shameful a defeat the Savage4 suffers from the some-what "dated" RIVA TNT chipset. Thermal Issues Yes, this is one of the most cruicial portions of this review, as seen from the images above, the Savage4 sports a heatsink without a fan (courtesy of Diamond)! Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Outstanding Laptops Graphics Smartphones CPUs Storage

It is quite obvious when a lot of 3D rendering is needed, the Savage4 slows down somewhat, trying hard to cope, the RIVA TNT also slows down albeit not as obvious I guess this feature was meant for convenience, but since we all are so used to clicking the Start button, won't it become redundant? I've read that this causes problems for some AGP graphics cards. http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-64-pci-drivers.php Please consult the readme.txt for additional information.

Skip to content Advanced search Board index ‹ Eddie, the Shipboard Computer ‹ PC Emulation Change font size FAQ Register Login Diamond Stealth III S540 32MB AGP Compatibility Questions Emulation of I'd recommend this card for people who are willing to shell out $215 for the glamour of 32MB RAM (wah, like 32MB RAM very good hor!) and of course, for those But the only useful feature of TV out surfaces if you do not have things like a VCD player or DVD player to hook on to the TV, this is also However if you intend to use TV out merely for bragging to your friends ("Oh, I've got a Sony 29" monitor at home!"), then you'd be more than disappointed, the text

I am interested in using it in a retro gaming PC, but am primarily concerned about getting it to function properly in Windows 3.11. Something else woth mentioning was that the contents of the box were pretty firm and didn't rattle about as I brought it home. All rights reserved. But I believe they sucked in WinMe.

Lastly, the card performs great with DOS games on an LCD monitor just as described here: viewtopic.php?t=14296&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=60 Eric-tile Newbie Posts: 4Joined: 2013-2-26 @ 01:33 Top Display posts from previous: All