>I wish to purchase a new graphics card. What does anyone recommend?
>I am looking for something with high performance, 2-3 Mb's and VLB.
>Not too expensive, but it doesn't have to have all the latest connectors
>or features, ie. windows/render/video acelorators...
>It must support Linux, Windows and OS2 Warp.
The STB Velocity works great in Linux (with XFree86 3.1.2) and Windows.
It also includes drivers for Windows Nice Try (NT) and OS/2 Warp, but
I haven't tried it with either of them. You might peruse the OS/2 groups
to see if many people are having trouble with it in Warp (and with the
way OS/2 configures video, I'd be surprised if NOBODY had problems with it).
Oh yeah, and the Velocity is based on the S3 968 chip, has a 220MHz IBM
RGB524 RAMDAC, either 2MB (upgradable) or 4MB of VRAM, and a lifetime
warranty. It performs very well and is not real expensive -- about
$270 U.S. for the 2MB version.
Don Dettke, Software Engineering Consultant