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    C&T 69000 video chip

    On the laptop I will have soon, there is a graphic card called C & T 69000 (Chips & technology)with 2MB on it. I found drivers for XP but the problem is , what kind of video card it is? what about the 2D and 3D performance? Is it good or bad as Sis and intel?

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    Re: C&T 69000 video chip

    Originally posted by Knuckles
    On the laptop I will have soon, there is a graphic card called C & T 69000 (Chips & technology)with 2MB on it. I found drivers for XP but the problem is , what kind of video card it is? what about the 2D and 3D performance? Is it good or bad as Sis and intel?
    "C & T 69000 (Chips & technology)with 2MB"

    Just judging by the sound of it, it wouldn't have good 3d preformance. I mean with only 2MB of video ram, you will not be able to run pretty much any current 3d games.
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    maybe but it still must have a kind of 3D, a video card with 1MB can use some 3D fonctions. Maybe not playing ut2003 or Vice city but this laptop is more for working or to listen music than playing huge games (the one I have currently is only made for this). But just curious about some "no name" company like this one.
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    Well, you can get away with older 3D games (DOOM, Duke Nukem 3D, and other DOS games, and some older games for Win95).
    Well, for a guess, 3D games made before 1997-98 may work somewhat OK (not good).
    But what games do you want to play on this laptop?

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    Finally, I found some info on it:

    I you want to read all this, please tell me what kind of card it is?
    Goods and Bads

    Integrated SDRAM Memory
    • 2MB integrated memory
    • 83 MHz SDRAM operation
    Low Power Consumption
    HiQColor™ Technology
    The 69000 uses CHIPS’ proprietary
    TMED™ algorithm on STN displays to
    produce:
    • 256 Gray Shades
    • 16.7M Colors
    • Reduced Motion Artifacts
    • Crisper Display
    Graphics Acceleration
    • 64-bit Single Cycle BitBLT Engine
    • System/Screen-Screen BitBLTs
    • Transparent, Source, Destination
    BitBLT
    • 256 3-Op Raster Operations
    • Color Expansion
    • Instant Full Screen Page Flip
    Simultaneous Hardware Cursor and
    Pop-up Window
    • 64x64 pixels by 4 colors
    • 128x128 pixels by 2 colors
    External LVDS and PanelLink Support
    for TFT and DSTN Panels
    Multimedia Video Acceleration
    • Zoom Video Port
    • YUV/RGB data capture from video
    port or host bus
    • Color Space Conversion (YUV-RGB)
    • Horizontal and Vertical Interpolation
    • Double Buffering
    • Hardware Interrupt Support for VPE
    (Microsoft, Video Port Extension)
    • Interlace/Frame/”Bob” Video Capture
    • Color Key for Video Overlay
    Industry-Standard Host Bus Interface
    Support
    • Frame AGP
    • PCI
    Flexible Panel Support
    • TFT, DSTN, SSTN, EL, Plasma
    • Color and Monochrome
    • VGA, SVGA
    • XGA, SXGA
    • 16:9 Aspect Ratio Panels, 1024x600
    • Quarter VGA 320x240, 320x200
    • Auto Panel Power On/Off Sequencing
    NTSC/PAL TV Output Support
    • Advanced Flicker Reduction Filter
    Circuitry
    • Underscan Compensation
    Microsoft PC97 and PC98 Compliant
    Integrated Clock Synthesizers
    • 135 MHz RAMDAC
    • 83 MHz Memory Clock with PLL
    Display Modes
    • Up to 1280x1024 256 color @ 75Hz
    Advance On-Chip Power Management
    • Standby Mode
    • Panel-off power-saving mode
    • 0V Suspend
    • 8 GPIO Pins
    • Activity Detection Output Pin
    Standards Support
    • Fully IBMฎ VGA Compatible
    • VESA DPMS and DDC 1/2
    • Advanced Power Management
    • ACPI
    Accelerated Driver Support
    • Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows
    98, NT4.0, etc.
    • CD-I, Video CD, Open MPEG
    Other Features
    • 3.3V Operation, 5.0V Tolerant Input
    • 256-ball BGA Package
    • 256-ball Mini-BGA Package
    Last edited by Knuckles; June 16th, 2003 at 05:16.

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