Phase 5: Cybervision 64
Connection: Zorro III

Rev 2.0.1 Cybervision 64
Rev 2.0.1 Cybervision 64

Hi Res Version, Rev 2.0.1 Cybervision 64 - 686K
Image of Cybervision 64 box - 37K

Chipset(s) S3 Trio 64 (GAAC2 86C764)
Graphics Memory 2MB (VRAM) or
4MB (VRAM)
8bit Support: Yes
16bit Support: Yes
24bit Support: Yes
Display Drivers
CyberGraphX V2: Yes
CyberGraphX V3: Yes
CyberGraphX V4: Yes
Picasso 96: Yes
EGS: No
Other: No

A Zorro III only graphics card. It has a pixel clock of 135Mhz (8bit), 80Mhz (16bit) and 50Mhz (24bit). It also contains a built-in monitor switcher and hardware support for chunky to planar conversion and a digital video expansion bus. The card was available in two versions, one with 2MB of VRAM, the other with 4MB of VRAM. The 2MB version can be upgraded by simply fitting the correct VRAM chips into the sockets. Note, the Cybervision 64 should not be confused with the Cybervision 64/3D, they are completely different graphics cards.

jumpers

Jumpers
Jumper Function
JP1 Buster Mode, Open = Rev 11, Closed = Rev 7 & 9
JP2 Reserved, Default = Open
JP3 Output Termination, Default = Open
JP4 Input Termination, Defauly = Closed
JP5 Reserved
CON1 Diagnosis LED, factory use only
CON 2a/2b Video Port Mode (not used)
CON3 Expansion (not used)

Example Display Modes
Resolution Depth Frequency
1600 x 1200 8 75Hz
1280 x 1024 8 75Hz
1280 x 1024 16 75Hz
1024 x 768 16 75Hz
1024 x 768 32 75Hz
800 x 600 32 75Hz

Contributions to this page by:
Holger Hesselbarth, Jürgen Weiß, RiWa & Friends, Tibor Endredy


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