STB Lightspeed: First 128-bit board under $300

Grimes, Brad
August 1996
PCWorld;Aug1996, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p237
Presents the top computer graphics boards as of August 1996. Brand names; Features and functions; Strengths and weaknesses; Prices.


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