Hercules Dynamite 128

In PC Magazine (24 September 1996) three ET6000 cards were announced: this Hercules Dynamite 128, the STB Lightspeed 128 and the VideoLogic GrafixStar 600. The Hercules was the most expensive with a price of $230.

They all come with 2.25MB Multibank DRAM fitted. The memory is accessed through a 64-bit datapath so it's internal 128-bit bus needs two cycles to fullfill the maximum bandwith.

It is said that the ET6000 should have quite good performance. I haven't benchmarked this card myself but will test it in the future.

Specifications

Chipset
PCB date
9622
Chip date
9631
RAM
2MB MD (MoSYS)
Interface
Condition
Card only
TV functions?
No
Engineering sample?
No
RAMDAC
Integrated
Board revision
1.1

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