Search results for: DEC

Monday, 19 January 2015 09:37


ZLXp-E1 8-Plane graphics card for AlphaStation 200.

Published in NonPC cards
Thursday, 15 January 2015 08:43

Trident Blade 3D

Added DX6 support and DVD acceleration.

Saturday, 08 November 2014 00:00

S3 Trio64V+

Added partial MPEG-1 acceleration and bus for connecting HW video accelerator.

Published in S3 Graphics
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

S3 Vision864

Mainstream 64-bit 2D accelerator.

Published in S3 Graphics
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

S3 86C805-Q

Late version of P86C805.

Published in S3 Graphics
Saturday, 09 August 2014 00:00


High-end frame grabber for EISA systems. It combines a versatile monochrome and color digitizer to an accelerated Super VGA controller (S3 P86C805).

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 00:00

DEC 26H3574 (TGA2)

Cards for Alpha DEC systems.

Published in NonPC cards
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 00:00

Hitachi HD63484 ACRTC

Predecessor of Tiga cards for CAD.

Published in Hitachi, Ltd.
Sunday, 25 May 2014 00:00


Welcome to mine personal graphic cards online museum (3rd incarnation). These pages reflects mine personal collection of graphic cards. I've started collecting em some years ago, because i like collecting old junk :-) , i'm probably geek and internet is filled with CPU webs, but its hard find any about graphic cards. So i decided to make one. I started on Phprs engine and been using it few years, but with increasing numbers of cards, i needed better system with better searching features. Well this one isn't i hoped for, but its still better than old pages.

So here you can find tons of photos of old cards and some basic info about them. I'm trying also get bios from working cards. But keep in mind, that i'm using dumpbios NSSI dos utility, so better don't try to flash em to your card - seems to me like a fastest way to hell for your card. Bioses are there only for educational purposes - i'm often checking them for bios compiling date and card name. Also i'm doing some basic benchmarks, so if you wanna know which card would be best for your nostalgic old DOS gaming PC, head there.

On this site you'll find also collections of Palcal and Zaatharen - they are also card collectors from Czech Republic same as me. Newest collector on site is Pirx from Germany.

If you wanna help, i'd always like to have more informations about cards. Under each article is comment option. Feel free to use them, if you know any missing information, you found nice article about card or you think that i have any info wrong (memory size is often hard to guess for me).

For drivers go to or

PS: as you already must noticed, i'm not from native english country, so sorry for mine english.

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