Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Be the first to review this item 0. If you are looking for a powerful Pentium II system you are better off getting a Diamond Viper or FireGL card which will be better suited for your system, however if you are playing to the tune of a Socket-7 processor take a look at what the Stealth II can offer you for much less than either of those two cards. Diamond’s InControl Tools 95 desktop utility was installed by default, a nice little utility that allows the user to have easy access to the Start Menu regardless of the position of the mouse pointer. A quick left click of the mouse button on an open space of the desktop will activate the Start Menu at that very position, making access to all of your programs even easier than before. In any case, the Stealth II is a near-perfect match for any average desktop system looking for a cheap upgrade to fast 3D acceleration. View Cart Proceed to checkout.
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Customers also shopped for. Video Card Specifications Interface: Since the Stealth II is aimed at the low end desktop market don’t expect your high end 3D rendering programs to simply fly on the card, while they will benefit from the advanced 3D features of the Rendition Verite if you are looking for a high end 3D card for a purpose other than gaming give the Creative Labs Graphics Blaster EXXTREME a strong consideration.
Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser. Inside the box you’ll find the standard “exciting game sampler CD-ROM” which is nothing more than 6 or 7 shareware demos designed to make you think that you’re getting much more than what you paid for, a fairly standard marketing tactic that unfortunately just leads to a desk cluttered with cheap shareware CD’s.
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See and discover other items: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. A nifty desktop utility and some shareware games on a CD? While the 2D performance of the Stealth II isn’t superb, the 3D performance almost completely makes up for it. There was a problem completing your request. Log in Don’t have an account? Item is in your Cart.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Uninstalling the Stealth II is even easier than installing the card, just un-install the drivers and remove the card, no hidden registry keys, no possibilities of future hardware conflicts.
Available from these sellers. I have to admit, that originally the Stealth II appeared to be a horrid card due to the problems with the installation and the refresh rate settings, however the S and the Rendition V chipset really have to “grow” on you.
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Terms and conditions apply. The first test system the Stealth II was used on was an AOpen AX6L Pentium II – system, upon duamond first reboot after installing the card and its drivers without removing the previous Millennium II drivers the system began to load the Windows 95 desktop immediately after which it switched the monitor into suspend mode.
Although installing a video card is a very simple task many manufacturers decide to include bulky and intimidating user manuals diammond often get put away beneath tons of junk, Diamond, not being one of them, included a brief reference card as the “installation manual” for the Stealth II. Image Dimond Image not available for Color: Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.
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Direct3D games played quite smoothly on the Stealth II, JediKnight was playable on even the Cyrix 6x86MX test system although the player’s screen did show signs of a sub 30fps frame rate at higher resolutions. Using the Beta GL drivers for the Verite chipset you can experience what some have called “Better than Voodoo” graphics in Quake 2, however at the time the tests were run on the Stealth II a Verite renderer was used which didn’t produce the high quality effects the BetaGL drivers managed to achieve such as colored lighting, etc Diamond’s InControl Tools 95 desktop utility was installed by default, a nice little utility that allows the user to have easy access to the Start Menu regardless of the position of the mouse pointer.
In any case, the Stealth II is a near-perfect match for any average desktop system looking for a cheap upgrade to fast 3D acceleration.
A quick restart into safe mode confirmed that the problem wasn’t because of a bad card, rather a refresh rate problem, setting the refresh rate in the S2220 control panel to Adapter Default instead of Optimum corrected the anomaly and allowed the system to boot properly.