I cant find the old driver that comes with the Card when you buy it. Controller: S3 Savage4 Pro+ 128-bit 2D, 3D and video Bus Type: PCI Memory: 32 megabytes SDRAM Horizontal Synchronization Signals: 31.5kHz - 112kHz Vertical Refresh: 60Hz - 200Hz Maximum Dot (pixel) Rate: Can't remember well. brontNov 22, 2001, 1:47 AM It involves a trench coat, and very little else :wink: Seriously, there are programs for flashing the bios. 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. Let me check when I get back to home.Get a T-Bird...Impressive CPU + House heater in one package. This is a problem which most users will face, how do you exactly cool it?
These drivers require DirectX 6.1 or DirectX 7.0 to support DirectDraw and Direct3D applications. Why are you using an obsolete 5-year-old card from a company which is no longer in the graphics card business? The Stealth III S540. Ask !
THANKS ALot I really didnt want to have to buy a new video card just Cause i cant get a good Driver.
Edited by Dub on 11/20/01 01:57 PM.HonestJhonNov To get the full speed on my processor, I've overclocked the FSB to 133MHz, which unfortunately also overclocks the AGP bus. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. check that What a disappointment!
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 Nevertheless, the Savage4 provides good value for money when it comes to OpenGL, other wise you might just want to settle for a RIVA TNT based card instead. So I went on the net and Downloaded the recent driver there and runs like [-peep-], really glitchy and slow. Integrating state-of-the-art 3D quality features and S3TCTM texture compression, Stealth III delivers extreme realism to the hottest 3D games, even in high resolutions.
However, the performance is also very different... http://www.telecommander.com/pics/links/vgacards/diamondstealths540pci32moem/diamondstealths540pci32moem.htm 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 Diamond Stealth III S540 32MB SDRAM (AGP) CPU Configuration (Video Card) Wintune98 Video (2D) / Mps Wintune98 Direct3D / Mps Wintune98 OpenGL / Mps 3D Winbench/ 3D Winmark PII-333 (S540) 38.5518 Back to top The Benchmarks Benchmarks were done in Windows 98 (Ver 4.10) and using the drivers provided in the Diamond CD.
All Rights Reserved. When I went to install the Driver with the CD that came with my VidCard it wouldnt install. Marginally, the RIVA TNT is better in 2D and 3D as well as the bus transfer rates. http://depthvision.net/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-3-drivers.html Packaging OEM Bulk Support Contact Dealer In Stock and Ready To Ship!
and it worked fine when i did that.-DAvid-Live, Learn, then build your own computer!- AnonymousNov 22, 2001, 12:52 AM How do you flash the BIOS? Heck, even the Rage or TNT2 can beat that card... Also, the card was nicely detected and within several reboots I had the S540 running benchmarks, proving its ease of setting up!
Based on the S3 Savage4 Pro chipset, the new Stealth III is a complete solution, powering colourful 2D business applications with lightning-fast speed and accelerating cinema-quality video. I don't know when :). Something else woth mentioning was that the contents of the box were pretty firm and didn't rattle about as I brought it home. The Pentium II 333MHz which I have cannot run 5 X 100MHz and the best it can manage is 416MHz (5 X 83.3MHz) but due to harddisk stability issues, the max
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? is the cd readable in the cdrom?if it isnt, then maybe the cd is messed up, but if it is, then it is something conflicting and making the card not work.i 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 http://depthvision.net/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-3d-drivers.html to maybe answer your question...
Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: OpenGL Driver for Diamond Stealth III S540 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to GLUT, GLFW, GLM) OpenGL drivers High-level APIs (e.g. The core also was un-overclockable as that portion was shaded in the PowerStrip options (In other words, disabled). I'm sure many BH6 owners would also gripe about this, definitely more so for us testers.
TV-In would be nice although it is not exactly a must.