Diamond MM not making video cards?
I went on Diamond's website and could not find any video cards listed. Could this once supplier of PC video cards given up this market?
Diamond went out of business quite some time ago.
good. i hated my diamond stealth after i had it for a month or so a while back...
S3 and Diamond merged in 3rd/4th qtr 1999.
They've sold pieces of the old Diamond business (e.g. Fire GL to ATI).
And last year S3 changed to SonicBlue.
Only decent thing I ever got was my first taste of 3D on a Diamond Monster3D (Voodoo 1 with 4 whole megs of RAM!!)...
Fixed links. -Socalgal
[This message has been edited by socalgal (edited 07-06-2001).]
To see the pages correctly take out the ) from the end =)
I loved my Diamond Steath II (Rendition V2x00). That was a great card. In fact it's still running in a "hand-me-down" machine I gave my cousin.
And before that I loved my Diamond Stealth Pro VLB. It had 2mb of VRAM, it ain't squat now but at the time it was awesome.
The first video card I had was a Diamond Speedstar 24X, based on a Western Digital chip. It was a really nice ISA card at the time. It seems strange that Diamond no longer makes video cards and Western Digital no longer makes video chips. I guess that's progress for you.
Thanks for the fix Socalgal and the tip Muno... Now I have to fix another post!
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