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EGS 110/24 Photo
Company
Great Valley Products, USA
 Date
1992
 Amiga
A2000
 Interface
G-Force 20x0
 
    RTG graphics card
  • Inmos G364 CLT-RAMDAC
    • 110 MHz pixel clock in 24 bit modes
    • up to 80 kHz horizontal frequency
    • up to 140 Hz vertical frequency
  • 4 or 8 MB VRAM - 25 ns serial access, 80 ns random access
  • the VRAM can be directly accessed by the 68030 or 68040 on the host Combo card
  • eight SIMM sockets accept only special 1 MB GVP VRAM-SIMMs in groups of four
  • 64 bit interleaved VRAM access
  • up to 440 MB/s graphics data bus bandwidth with interleave
  • max 576 MB/s blockwrite data bandwidth
  • 50 MB/s CPU bus bandwidth - higher in burst mode
  • double buffered true colour animations at 720×480 with 318 frames per second
  • 64×64 pixels built-in hardware cursor
    screen modes
  • 1600×1280×24
  • 3200×2560×8
    notes
  • connects to GVP G-Force Combo accelerators' 32 bit local bus
  • HD15 VGA connector
  • output control connector (mini DIN) for external monitor switch boxes
  • external composite video (blackburst) input (SMB connector) allowing the board's output to be synchronised with an external video signal
  • five BNC connectors
  • EGS driver

    Photo
    Great Valley Products EGS 110/24 -  front side
    front side

    Great Valley Products EGS 110/24 - EGS 110/24 on G-Force 040  front side
    EGS 110/24 on G-Force 040, front side

    Great Valley Products EGS 110/24 - EGS 110/24 on G-Force 040  front side
    EGS 110/24 on G-Force 040, front side




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