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3Dlabs Announces New Wildcat4 Graphics Boards

3Dlabs has announced the new Wildcat4 graphics board line, made up of the Wildcat4 7210 and Wildcat4 7110. The boards, which will be available next month, are based on an...

Game Developer

October 22, 2002

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3Dlabs has announced the new Wildcat4 graphics board line, made up of the Wildcat4 7210 and Wildcat4 7110. The boards, which will be available next month, are based on an AGP 8x design. The Wildcat4 7210 has a total memory capacity of 384MB, while the Wildcat4 7110 can handle 256 MB. The abbreviated feature list includes:

  • 128MB frame buffers in each board

    • 128 MB of texture memory in the 7110, 256MB in the 7210

    • Frame Lock/Genlock standard in the 7210

    • Anti-aliased resolutions up to 1920x1080

    • 10-bit sub-pixel accuracy

    • Dual analog and digital monitor support

    • Multiview support and framelocking of multiple workstations

    • Six T&L engines that support up to 32 light sources

    • OpenGL 1.3 acceleration Pricing information was not announced.

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