All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X Driver
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for ATI All in Wonder 3d Rage Pro AGP 2x TV Tuner VGA SXGA 8mb Video Card at the best online. is not exactly known. Display outputs include: 1x VGA, 2x S-Video. All-In-Wonder PRO is connected to the rest of the system using an AGP 4x interface. I got a really old video card. It has an TV (coax) input, and I want to use it. It's an ATI All-In-Wonder Rage PRO TURBO AGP 2X I installed the
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All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X Driver
Used - Very Good: This means that All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X product has been opened, may show slight signs of use and cosmetic blemish, and may be missing minor accessories, but remain in excellent condition. Product does not come with warranty unless stated otherwise in product description.
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Used - Good: This means that the product has All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X used, may show clear signs of use and may be missing minor accessories, but remain in good condition. Used - Acceptable: This means that the product shows clear signs of use, cosmetic defect, and may be missing minor accessories and manual, but remain in working condition.
Functionality issues beyond signs of use should be disclosed in product description. Some manufacturers place All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X on how details of their products may be communicated. Then select the "Settings" tab, click "Advanced", and select the "Adapter" tab. Sandra Lite can also give you very detailed information about your display adapter.
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Sometimes manufacturers don't obey the rules. I found a video card which had incorrect voltage slots.
It had only a 3. That card would work correctly in an AGP 3.
ATI All-In-Wonder 128 PRO
There also was a SiS video card manufactured years ago which had the wrong voltage slots. If you plugged it into the wrong motherboard, it would be destroyed.
The "wrong slots" case used to be extremely rare and any manufacturer which made that mistake quickly acquired a very bad reputation. Unfortunately building AGP video cards with the wrong voltage slots is becoming more common. It pays to stick with competent manufacturers.
And as an integrated graphics for servers it went on almost forever. The only added feature is integrated TMDS for flat panels.
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Such respins helped to prolong support for Rage Pro. Final driver used for my tests is newest among everything I tried and is probably the only one with optimization for my system.
Actually, after two freezes doing only timedemos I am not sure if they ever really got it stable. Which brings me to gaming experience of R3 cards.
Playing like a Pro Per-polygon mip mapping going wrong I already mentioned bilinear filter optimization. Rage Pro has double the All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X of gradients over Rage II and it is enough to not be perceived at first look, but still is far from proper filtering. ATI dragged this filter into next gen Rage as well and fortunately for them almost nobody noticed.
Another complain is about reduced amount of texture samples at smaller mip levels, this creates obvious shimmering. The amount is about the same as for Rage II, but this time is less expected since Rage Pro was supposed to have high quality texturing engine and "free" trilinear filter will not compensate for such deficiencies. Also mip mapping in advanced games like Unreal is All-in-Wonder PRO AGP 2X doing wrong mip selections, so I disabled it again.
At least sub pixel accuracy was significantly improved but there are still some polygon gaps to be seen in few games.