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Graphics for Blade

Postby Pete » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 03:56:08 GMT

Hi all,

This might be a daft question...

The graphics on my Blade 150 are slower than a Liverpudlian in a maths
test so I'm wondering what I can do to give it some poke.

I could blag a PCI RivaTNT2 card from an old PC. Can I put this in the
Blade and expect it to work and smoke not to come out the back? This
card is supported on Solaris 10 x86 but I don't know if this translates
to being compatable with Solaris 10 on SPARC.

They both have PCI slots ... any takers...

TIA,

P.


Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby tunla » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 05:07:14 GMT





AFAIK the  only SPARC graphics board you can install in the
SB100/150   was the 3Dexpert Lite  board.
This is a  3dLABS  wildcat III  card  with SPARC  firmware.

//Lars


Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby Richard B. Gilbert » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 05:37:22 GMT



You probably won't get smoke and flames if you plug it in.  On the other 
hand, unless you have a driver for it or the ability to write a driver 
for it, it's probably not going to do anything!

Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby Pete » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 06:53:49 GMT

Thanks folks,

It was worth a shot asking...


Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby Michael Laajanen » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 07:07:49 GMT

Hi,



Hmm, you have the XVR-100 and XVR-500 which are for sale quite cheap.

/michael

Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby llothar » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 07:28:29 GMT





Any links to shops selling cheap XVR-100 (i mean the ones with 64 MB).
Official price is an insane 250 US$.  I bought one last week for 64
Euro.

The price for the PC version on Ebay is at 5 Euro.


Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby Michael Laajanen » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:13:24 GMT

Hi,






No I don't have any links, I was thinking of watching EBAY!

XVR-500 should be cheaper and is a better card I think!


/michael

Re: Graphics for Blade

Postby Cr0t daywalker » Fri, 07 Jul 2006 15:33:00 GMT

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Right, I know I've asked this before but I will again before I take the 
plunge. Last time I ended up even more unsure!

All I want is reasonable zippy screen draws and no stuttering or image 
trials when dragging windows.

I currently have a dual 750 Blade 1000 with a gig of RAM, and Expert 3D 
gfx, ie NOT Expert 3D-Lite. Whilst happy totally with the machine, the 
gfx end up winding me up.

I don't do any 3D Open GL stuff, and I don't play games. All I want is a 
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I've been looking at XVR-500's and XVR-1000's but I'm not sure they are 
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What I don't want to do is buy one of these things and it make little 
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2.Second graphics card on Blade 150

Hi all,

Is it possible to add a standard PC PCI graphics card to a blade 150
system?

I have a TNT Riva2 which is on the x86 HCL and works fine on a peecee
with Solaris 9 for intel.

Can I slot this into the sparc, and expect it to work, or do I need a
special sparc designed graphics card?

Reason is the inbuilt framebuffer on the blade seems a bit "clunky" and
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Any advice gratefully received.

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