The Register: 3Dlabs Brings Wildcat III, 4 Cards to Linux
Jul 10, 2003, 19:00 (4 Talkback[s])
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"3Dlabs has posted Linux drivers for its Wildcat 4 and Wildcat
III graphics cards, the company said today. The cards are aimed at
high-end scientific and content creation applications and are
pitched against Nvidia's Quadro series and ATI's FireGL cards.
"The Wildcat 4 series, comprising the 7110 and 7120 AGP 8x
cards, provide 256MB and 384MB of DDR SDRAM, respectively, and are
capable of churning out up to 37.9 million triangles per second and
400 million pixels per second. The Wildcat III 6110 and 6210 are
the previous generation of the technology..."