Diamond Speedstar


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View graphics card detailsDiamond SpeedSTAR 24 (ISA)
Diamond SpeedSTAR 24 (ISA)

A decent looking and feeling Tseng Labs ET4000AX-based graphics card. The card feels somewhat sturdier and is more compact compared to a lot of ET4000AX clones. Diamond did a good job designing this card!

FCC ID is FTUSPEEDD.

The Tseng Labs ET4000AX has a respectable status regarding ISA-based... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Speedstar A70 (AGP)
Diamond Speedstar A70 (AGP)

This SiS 6326-based card doesn't really earn the name 'Speedstar'. It's rather slow and not suitable for 3D-gaming. It lacked OpenGL upon release and basic OpenGL support was implemented after 2 years of driver development. Despite low performance it's 2D performance was acceptable and the chip was ... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Speedstar A70 (AGP)
Diamond Speedstar A70 (AGP)

Identical to my other Speedstar A70, but different to the Epoch 3D Pro. The latter doesn't have the +DVD type of chip.... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Speedstar A55 (AGP)
Diamond Speedstar A55 (AGP)

S3 used to have good 2D-chips that ran (2D) DOS games very well in terms of performance and compatibility. Once the race of 3D-accelerators started, S3 couldn't keep up. These 'S3 Trio3D' cards didn't really do 3D; it ran slow with ugly dithering and sprites not displayed properly. Nevertheless it w... > Read more