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Aztech said it had introduced a high performance graphics card using the S3 Savage 3D technology. The product, the VGS3D, comes with 8Mb of memory, a 250MHz Ramdac with gamma correction, and offers 24-bit z buffering, 128-bit dual rendering pipelining, and special effects including anti-aliasing, reflection, and atmosphere effects. Resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200 pixels are supported as well as Open GL, Direct3D and DirectX 5. Platforms supported include Win95/98, Windows NT 4 and Windows NT 5. The card comes in two configurations, one has a TV output. No pricing details were supplied. ® Click here for more stories

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