Diamond Stealth


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View graphics card detailsDiamond Stealth 64 PCI (PCI)
Diamond Stealth 64 PCI (PCI)

The S3 86C964 chip on this card is made in the 20th week of 1994. This is the oldest PCI card I've ever had and it would fit nicely (timeframe wise) in a socket 4 Pentium 60 or 66 ;).... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Stealth 64 PCI (PCI)
Diamond Stealth 64 PCI (PCI)

In 1995/1996 Diamond had a few cards at it's disposal based on S3 chips. The Stealth 64 PCI is based on the S3 86C968 (S3 Vision968) chipset which is a decent performer for DOS-games and is very compatible.

This particular card is equipped with the Stealth 64 VRAM 2MB memory module for extra RAM.... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Stealth 3D 2000 (PCI)
Diamond Stealth 3D 2000 (PCI)

The first type of S3 ViRGE cards to appear. Many brands sold S3-based cards and Diamond was one of them.

ViRGE stands for Video and Rendering Graphics Engine. Basically the ViRGE is based on the Trio64+ 2D core with added 3D functions. Don't expect too much of these 3D functions because driver-i... > Read more

View graphics card detailsDiamond Stealth 2500 (PCI)
Diamond Stealth 2500 (PCI)

A Diamond Stealth videocard that is not based on an S3-chipset. Instead the Stealth 2500 is fitted with an Alliance Promotion AT24 chipset.

I haven't tested this card yet so I can't really tell if it's any good. The AT25 that is found on several Voodoo Rush cards is not very good, however.... > Read more