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I remember using a Matrox graphics card back in 98. I figure they got bought out or something. I was too young at the time to really know anything about what I put into my computer. I just knew my dad would take stuff out to build a computer he sold to someone, and that i needed to find the thing that was missing. If i couldn't figure it out, he would show me. I lost a few games due to him taking the optical drive from my computer. Ohh also, my computer was basically a mobo sitting on top of a monopoly box. I never had a case until i built my own years later.



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Back in 2004 I built a computer for audio production. At that time neither Nvidia nor ATI had suitable drivers for real-time, low-latency audio work. I put a P-650 in there, and it worked flawlessly for many years.

Matrox also had some interesting multi-monitor capabilities. I even used a Triple-Head adapter to connect my laptop to a pair of 24" monitors. Good times.

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I remember the first 3d graphics accelerator card I saw in action was the Matrox Mystique playing Mechwarrior Mercenaries(?). It was an amazing difference over software graphics.
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Yeah... and they are an endless pain; just about workable at 480p, but turn the res up to anything reasonable and suddenly console refresh rates drop into low-digit FPS. I have Matrox "GPUs" in the server boards I have.
You are quite correct, sadly. Trying to push the 1440x900 @ 75hz my monitor defaults to turns my desktop experience into a slideshow.

... I had no trouble pushing this resolution on 2006 era mid range hardware. Means this Matrox card is made from potato grade silicon.

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What no HDMI 2.1 or DP 2.0?

I'm surprised Intel didn't buy them out.
This is all just going to be one big company one day, isn't it? It'll just be called "The company".

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They make onboard graphics output for rackmount servers. My HP Dl360 G8 has Matrox onboard video.

yeah, we see quite a bit of matrox video drivers. they arent dead, they're just hiding in non-consumer based products

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You are quite correct, sadly. Trying to push the 1440x900 @ 75hz my monitor defaults to turns my desktop experience into a slideshow.

... I had no trouble pushing this resolution on 2006 era mid range hardware. Means this Matrox card is made from potato grade silicon.
Yup.

Although even XGA (1024x768) @ 60Hz was enough to make the screen refresh slow enough that a full dmesg command could be read almost in real time on one of my (now sadly decommissioned) systems.


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