Matrox Mystique


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View graphics card detailsMatrox Mystique 220/4MB (PCI)
Matrox Mystique 220/4MB (PCI)

The Matrox Mystique 220 was a decent 2D card that features a 220MHz RAMDAC, 4MB RAM (upgradeable to 8MB using an upgrade module) and both a DA-15 as DE-15 D-SUB connector.

Originally my card wasn't retail but I came across an empty box to complete the whole package.... > Read more

View graphics card detailsMatrox Mystique G200 (AGP)
Matrox Mystique G200 (AGP)

The G200 is Matrox' first fully AGP-compliant graphics processor. It's a 128-bit processor with two 64-bit buses (DualBus as Matrox calls it) which both can go up and down (unidirectional).

In general performance the Matrox G200 was not a bad card but it lacked good OpenGL support. Hot games from... > Read more

View graphics card detailsMatrox Mystique G200 (AGP)
Matrox Mystique G200 (AGP)

I have several G200A-based cards. This one uses the G200A chip combined with SG-RAM modules. The PCB is slightly different compared to the SD-RAM version. For example the empty space for a second D-SUB connector.... > Read more