ATI RAGE 128 PRO AGP 4X DRIVER
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Almost every version of Rage was used in mobile applications, but there were also some special versions of these chips which were qti for this. As the name says, AFR renders each frame on an independent graphics processor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This late chip was very similar to the Rage II and supported the same application coding.
They were ATI’s first graphics solutions to carry the Mobility moniker.
Current technologies and software. As a low-power solution with capable 2D-acceleration, the chip was used on many low-end graphics cards.
ATI Rage 128 PRO
Views Read Edit View history. Archived from the original on Retrieved from ” https: The processor was known for its well-performing bit color mode, but also its poorly dithered bit mode; strangely, the RAGE was not much faster in bit color despite the lower bandwidth requirements.
Despite the poor introduction, the name Rage Pro Turbo stuck, and eventually ATI was able to release updated versions of the driver which granted a visible performance increase in games, however this was still not enough to garner much interest from PC enthusiasts.
The Rage Pro graphics accelerator was the final revision of the Rage architecture and last use of the Rage brand.
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This, in addition to its early lack of OpenGL support, hurt sales for what was touted to be a solid gaming solution. It was also seen on Intel motherboards, as recently asand was still used in for server motherboards. Initial versions relied on standard graphics memory configurations: This page was last edited on 7 Juneat In other projects Wikimedia Commons. NT put them both on the AGP bus and switched between them, and so the board could only operate as a single Rage Pro with the performance of a Rage Fury card.
It was ATI’s first dual texturing renderer, in that it could output two pixels per rpo two pixel pipelines. It integrated a low-voltage differential signaling LVDS transmitter for notebook LCDs and advanced power management block-by-block power control.
It is the successor to the Mach series of 2D accelerators. It offered Filtered Ratiometric Expansionwhich automatically adjusted images to full-screen size. The chip was basically a die-shrunk Rage Prooptimized to be very inexpensive for solutions where only basic graphics output was necessary.
In reality, early versions of the new driver only delivered increased performance in benchmarks such as Ziff-Davis ‘ 3D Winbench 98 and Final Reality.