>In een bericht van 17 May 96 Jason Linhart gericht aan All:
> JL> The system for $36,000 is probably one of their StudioZ machines with
> JL> the built-in D1 video option.
> JL> I've been using a pentium pro 150MHZ based Intergraph TDZ 300 system.
> JL> I think the price is somewhere between $10 - $15K depending on
> JL> options. I would have to say that the OpenGL response is the best of
> JL> any system that I have sat in front of.(So good it will make most
> JL> verteran LW'ers cry!) The real-time response of adjusting lighting,
> JL> bones and most other things in Layout and Modeler is something that I
> JL> have wished for since the early days of LightWave.
> JL> Overall, It's a great system.
> JL> I wish I could take the graphics speed of this system and stick it on
> JL> top of the render power of the 500Mhz Alpha that Deskstation was
> JL> showing at NAB (another system that makes verteran LW'ers
> JL> cry!)............Oh yeah, ScreamerNet would work! Thank *
> JL> (Insert appropriate higher spiritual being) for network rendering!
> JL> Jason Linhart
>Which graphics card is used in that system?
>Does it work with W95 AND WNT?
>How much does a graphics card like tht cost?
>Any info would be greatly appriciated...
>Jeroen van Velsen (NETMAIL: 14:101/101.8)
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If your asking about the Intergraph systems, they use Intergraph
developed graphics subsystems. They are designated GLZ1 through GLZ6,
with a GLZ1T thrown in with hardware texture support at the low end.
As you go up in number you go up in price, performance, and amout of
If your asking about the Raptor, it had a Dynamic Pictures V192 opengl
card with 16meg of display RAM.