Diamond Stealth Iii S540 Driver Xp
I noticed that after I posted. Because you'd never know if any IC chips or the PCB will get damaged during shipping. TV-In would be nice although it is not exactly a must. The S3 Savage 4 is an old card and maybe XP doesn't support it or it might just use generic drivers which might be okay for internet surfing or word processing. his comment is here
Platypus on VirtualDr and WinDrivers Last edited by Platypus; May 22nd, 2007 at 09:24 AM. All rights reserved. Final Reality has quite a nice set of screenshots during testing, unfortunately, telling the image quality between the RIVA TNT chipset against the S540 is very much like telling the difference Also notice that unlike other 32MB cards which sport 16 X 2MB RAM chips, this sports 4 X 8MB RAM chips, I guess this cuts down on the PCB, but increases
According to the benchmarks, the OpenGL performance of the S540 could be nearly twice as fast as the Canopus Spectra 5400PE (based on the nVidia RIVA TNT2-Ultra chipset). The memory chips being used is the Mira 7ns type. I remember that I had problems running Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament initially when running 2k and had to install the latest 2k updates which fixed the problem. Few technical specifications are found on the box and there is only a six page installation guide which is just the size of a CD cover.
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Feedback Doctor's Lounge « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Posting Permissions http://sciologness.com/download/105261/diamond-stealth-iii-s540.html 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. Colour depth = 16bit for all tests Diamond Stealth III S540 32MB SDRAM (AGP) Final Reality Benchmark CPU Configuration (Video Card) 2D Image Processing 3D Performance Bus Transfer Rate Overall Score The core also was un-overclockable as that portion was shaded in the PowerStrip options (In other words, disabled).
Join Date Jan 2003 Location Australia Posts 1,743 Steve is right gkishorekumar, but WinDrivers can also come to you... this content Upload Driver or firmware or documentation Membership Free Premium Plus Premium Pro Multiple User Licenses Site Beginner's Guide F.A.Q. 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 What a disappointment!
Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Desktop Computer Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings / This isn't a big deal, but should you want to upgrade your RAM, you would have to remove the S540 first, which is very inconvinent! Reply With Quote July 3rd, 2002,08:26 PM #2 chorro View Profile View Forum Posts Gellin' Member Join Date Jul 2000 Location Temple City, CA Posts 1,732 have you tried installing the http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-iii-s540-agp-driver.php Direct DownloadSelect your OS and press "Download".
I wil keep coming back for sure."Eric Smalter, Boston, MA "WOW! and both work fine... Reply With Quote November 21st, 2001,04:45 PM #7 Barbmac Guest i Have the Stealth III S540 card on my XP machine...
The Installation, Driver features and Programs Installation of the S540 is basically peanuts like installing any card, simply slide it in and fasten the screw!
Here's other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Diamond Stealth 3D 4000 Drivers v. 32209 (2/11/98) April 8, 1998 Windows NT 2,170 downloads 198 KB All rights reserved. I have that card as a backup and didn't know if Xp had compatible drivers. But one of those drivers should still work I believe unless the MS compatibility software says otherwise.
Like the Diamond tradition, the S540 is "manual-less". 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. At the bottom of the card, near the AGP interface are 3 jumpers. http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-s540-driver.php Thanks alot Reply With Quote November 16th, 2001,03:15 PM #2 WebHead View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Oct 2000 Posts 8,208 You should be able to get this
This is a problem which most users will face, how do you exactly cool it? I used to go there daily, but don't think it's worth it to pay for driver support. TV-In would definitely make the S540 stand out of its competitors and although that adds a few more dollars to the cost, I think it's defnitely a worthwhile choice! There is one setback...it is not registered with DirectX, but does not cause lockups if DirectX 6.x/7.x is installed.