VGA Legacy MKIII - Search results for: Intel
Saturday, 04 November 2017 12:05

Intel HD Graphics 4600 (Haswell)

7.5 generation graphics core integrated in Haswell Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs. Supports DDR3L RAM.

Published in Intel Corp.
Saturday, 04 November 2017 11:48

Intel HD Graphics 4000 (Ivy Bridge)

Seventh generation graphics core integrated in Ivy Bridge CPUs. With actually working DirectX11.

Published in Intel Corp.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016 18:21

Intel 845G (Extreme Graphics)

 

Pentium 4 chipset with DDR333 support and AGP2x/4x.

Published in Chipsets
Sunday, 28 June 2015 21:25

CPU tree

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, 21 June 2015 17:16

NVIDIA GeForce 7050 & nForce 610i

Lowend lower clocked chipset for Intel Core 2 limited to DDR2 667.

Published in Chipsets
Friday, 19 June 2015 12:47

Intel 945GZ (GMA 950)

Lowcost version of 945G with removed PCI Express x16, DDR2 667 and 1066FSB support.

Published in Chipsets
Sunday, 17 May 2015 21:28

Last hope lost....

Many of you maybe already noticed, that we missing good graphics card info software. There are only few ones and almost all of them are not usefull for people with retro cards. Lets see what we have....

HWinfo - http://www.hwinfo.com - its free, but shows only basic info and usefull only for modern cards.

GPU-Z - http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ - well known free software used everywhere. Sadly it works only on Win XP SP3 and never OS, requires installed card drivers to show all info and its useless for anything older than year 2000. Author won't support older cards in future. It will be pointless anyway, because most of these cards won't have drivers for these modern OS.

PowerStrip 2.78 - http://entechtaiwan.com/util/ps2.shtm - very old shareware, that is supported only in Win9x/2000. New version drops support for old cards. It was most common software used for overclocking less known cards. But many cards missing info and clocks are not always right.

Aida64 - http://www.aida64.com - being still developed shareware info tool. Today its best available software showing not only info about your cards, but also DirectX functions and OpenGL extensions. Another great thing is that its still working in Windows 98. Sadly also this sofware isn't perfect, because it still have sometimes blank info pages at some old cards. And thats why i writed this short article.

I was doing recently small tests of 1st generation 3D cards (43 of them) in mine collection compared with some other mostly OEM chips. So i also saved and updated reports from these cards on site. Not all cards were supported by Aida so i sended one report to Aida developers to see their reaction. They thanked for report and said, that support of pre GPU (=anything older than Geforce 256) cards is mostly accidental and they are not planning to extend it for any old not supported cards. This means that we probably never see any software capable of showing clocks and info about old cards in our collections and retro PC. Aida was mine last hope, but its lost now. Chances for finding someone new doing info software are next to none. 

Here is mine email and reply i got.

Hi Vlask,


Thank you for submitting your reports to us.  Quite frankly, the GPU page
was originally designed to show information on GPUs, just as the name of the
page suggests.  We never intended to add legacy video chips on that page,
although to some degree we've added a few of those a few years ago, just for
completeness, but stopped at a certain point and instead focused on new
chips.  And I'm afraid we have no plans to expand the list of supported
legacy non-GPU video chips, or legacy video chips in general.

BTW, when it comes ATI/AMD video chips, AIDA64 should support all of them
starting from the Rage128 line.  So anything preceding that line will not be
supported.


Best Regards,
Tamas Miklos

FinalWire Ltd.
http://www.aida64.com
 

-----Original Message-----
AIDA64 Extreme 5.20.3407 Beta (c) 1995-2015 FinalWire Ltd.

Report file submit on 8th April 2015, 13:59

Full Name: Vlask
E-mail Address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Computer Name: V6F3S8
User Name: .

CPU Type: Intel Pentium IIIE, 1000 MHz (7.5 x 133)  [Coppermine]
Motherboard Name: Gigabyte GA-6OXET(-C)
Motherboard Chipset: Intel Solano i815EP
Video Adapter: ATI Xpert 98 AGP2X Video Adapter  [1002 4742] [1002 0084]
CPUID CPU Name: 
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98 SE 4.10.4.10.2222A (32-bit)
PCI Devices: 8086-1130 8086-1131 8086-244E 8086-2440 8086-244B 8086-2442
8086-2443 8086-2444 1002-4742 10EC-8139
USB Devices: 

Award BIOS Type: Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG
Award BIOS Message: Intel 815 AGPSet BIOS for 6OXET F7

DMI MB Manufacturer: Giga-Byte Technology Co., LTD
DMI MB Product: i815-ITE8712
DMI MB Version: 1.x
DMI SYS Manufacturer: 
DMI SYS Product: 
DMI SYS Version: 
DMI BIOS Version: 6.00 PG

[[[ Comment ]]]

Missing all info about card - ATI Rage Pro Turbo AGP 2x 8MB SDR clocked to
74,8/99,8 MHz according to Powerstrip. Reply if you're interested in sending
reports of other retro cards missing info in Aida. From recently tested
cards you also missing info (blank screen GPU) about Cirrus Logic 5465
(Laguna 3D), Chromatic Mpact2, 3Dlabs Permedia 2V, Permedia 1, ATI RAGE
II+DVD, Rage LT PRO, Number Nine Revolution 3D, Revolution IV, SiS 305.

 

Published in Short news
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.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 09:47

Intel 915GM (GMA 900)

Hi-end mobile chipset for Pentium M with DDR2 support..

Published in Chipsets
Friday, 27 March 2015 09:03

Intel Q33 (GMA 3100)

Mainstream Core 2 / Quad chipset. FSB1333MHz support.

Published in Chipsets
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