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Monday, 24 September 2018 14:57

Donations

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This is the list of people and in future maybe also companies i'd like to thank for any donations they made. If you like the site and have some excess money or graphics card you don't need anymore, then your name might me here too. We are accepting money donations through paypal - these will be used for paying hosting and domains fees. Even more we like various graphics cards. Usually we must pay at last postage (to Czech Republic), so if you're not willing send them for free, then please offer only rare and unusuall cards. By rare i mean cards from 80's, TIGA and other various profi 2D cards, early 3D cards or not usuall ones, non PC cards, mobile chips used on cards with common interfaces (PCI, AGP, PCI-E), profi 3D cards and ofc any prototypes. Basically if theres missing card with chip you own, we're interested. And if only one collector have it, there's very high chance, that someone else want it too. Besides your nick/name i gladly show here also link to your personal or company site / store if you will be interested.


So far on site are these collectors - you can choose who will be lucky one getting your card/s.....
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Czech Republic, Přerov) - site creator, like most various profi 3D cards because these are forgotten. Will be also very happy for any non ATi/NVIDIA 3D card missing in his collection. 
Palcal  (Czech Republic, near Brno) - big fan of Diamond brand and TIGA based profi 2D cards. He's even collecting various revisions of Diamond. Sadly not having time for updating his HUGE collection, so only part is on site.
Zaatharen (Czech Republic) - mostly collecting 3D cards. But takes anything he's missing.
Pirx (Germany) - fan of miro brand cards and everything on VL-Bus + some highend ISA cards.
Pepino (Czech Republic, Brno) - likes most various rare 3D cards and everything older.

So BIG THANKS goes to these donators....

07/2018 - Matěj Holyszewski - PayPal
03/2018 - František Friš donated Avance Logic ALG2301.A to Vlask.
06/2018 - Stephan Schaarschmidt donated Sun XVR-1000 to Palcal.
05/2018 - Cynthia Becerril and Jerry Parry - PayPal
05/2017 - Libor Boldan donated Compaq PowerStorm 300 PCI version to Vlask.
02/2017 - Erik Janitens - PayPal
01/2017 - Dominikt Suhrmann - PayPal
11/2016 - Ben Lamb - PayPal
06/2016 - Rhuwyn donated 2x XGI Volari Z7 to Vlask and Palcal.
09/2012 - Mirek Jahoda (extrahardware.cz) donated Axxyss 24bit Navajo and Olivetti GO 380 to Vlask.
05/2011 - T613 donated miro Crystal 20SD twin PCI to Vlask.

Sunday, 28 June 2015 21:25

CPU tree

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This is my latest project. Some people asked me about doing CPU tree, cause they liked graphics cards version. Well years passed and still noone did CPU version. So because i'm still unemployed (no IT work found in my area), i said myself lets do it. Anyone can help. This will be bigger project than graphics tree and i will need help for sure. Closer info and discussion can be found on CPU-World forums.

If you feel brave enough for helping, just choose your favourite CPU maker and tell us on CPU-World forum. Sample file for VUE editor can be downloaded in attachments. Will update also big version with all parts connected (you can start also by editing this bigger file) - can be downloaded here. Last updated full file size picture can be seen/downloaded here. If you dont like editing in VUE, you can still send text info about cpu and i will add them. So far these people are working on:

Vlask - everything except stuff that these people did:
achtung049 - Compaq, DEC, HP.
henriok - PPC/POWER.
Tralalák - VIA.

CPU tree actual draft small version
CPU tree actual draft small version
CPU tree actual draft small version

09-01-2015: Added Nec.
08-24-2015: Added Mostek and Intergraph.
08-23-2015: Added Fairchild Semiconductor.
08-22-2015: Added Signetics. Updated Intel with Quark.
08-19-2015: Added Ross Technology.
08-18-2015: Added Acorn Computers (now known as ARM).
08-04-2015: Added Chips and Technologies, MIPS Technologies and Quantum Effect Devices/PMC-Sierra.
07-29-2015: Added Moscow Center of SPARC Technologies, UMC and updated Texas Instruments with x86 clones.
07-27-2015: Added Fujitsu, Loongson, Nvidia and ShenWei.
07-25-2015: Added Texas Instruments, Rise Technology and Western Design Center.
07-24-2015: Added MOS Technology, Transmeta and NexGen.
07-22-2015: Added Cyrix and Sun.
07-19-2015: Added Zilog, Motorola and National Semiconductor. AMD updated with Geode, Elan and Athlon SFF.
07-16-2015: Basic AMD tree done.
07-10-2015: Basic Intel tree done.
06-28-2015: First draft and info page made.

Sunday, 07 June 2015 21:27

Memory

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Saturday, 06 June 2015 12:34

Price

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Initial price at time of release of card. Highest price for best model (maximum memory, added various modules..). Chipsets and mobile variants have price for 10 000 chips (without memory and other parts).

 

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Saturday, 06 June 2015 09:10

Fillrates

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Friday, 05 June 2015 22:33

Charts

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These articles will show charts made from data in articles. They're manually updated, so don't expect that new cards on site will show there. All values are theoretical and apply to reference models of cards. It's impossible for me add there various submodels like over/under clocked cards or with various memory bus width. Don't like empty article here, so we start with number of transistors chart.

 

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Saturday, 16 May 2015 16:07

486 tests

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Oak OTI087x PCI and VL-Bus chips in tests are 2D parts of Diamond Viper PCI/VLB cards.

 

 

 

 

Saturday, 16 May 2015 07:28

PCPlayer Benchmark

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Saturday, 16 May 2015 07:07

GL Excess

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Friday, 15 May 2015 21:07

Unreal

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