Because Mac OS 9.0 and later include support for Rage 128 graphics, there is no need to try to locate and download official ATI drivers. Good thing, because since AMD took over ATI, access and support for such old hardware has pretty much vanished.
- GPU speed: 166 MHz
- Video memory: 32 MB
- Memory speed: 166 MHz
- Memory bus: 256 bits
- Resolutions: 640 x 480 to 1920 x 1440
- Ports: ADC and VGA on Apple version, DVI-I and VGA on ATI version
- Dual monitor support: no
- Cooling fan: not on Apple version, included on ATI version
- Minimum OS: Mac OS 9.0
- System Profiler ID
- Mac OS 9: ATI,Rage128Ps, ATI,Rage128Pro
- Mac OS X: ATY,Rage128Pro
- ATI Rage 128 Pro Mac Edition, ATI
- ATI Drivers for Mac OS Classic, Mactar
- ATI’s Retail Radeon AGP Graphics Card, Mike Breeden, Accelerate Your Mac, 2000.10.16.
- ATI Rage 128 Pro AGP, Michael Eilers, Inside Mac Games, 2000.10.18.
- Rage 128 Pro Mac Edition, Peter Molfese and Joel Hruska, Van’s Hardware, 2002.02.01
- ATI Rage, Wikipedia
- The ATI Rage 128 Pro Is the Newest Graphics Accelerator for the Mac. But Is It the Fastest?, Bare Feats, 2000.10.16. Rage 128 Pro AGP vs. Voodoo5, ProFormance 3 Plus (PCI), and Rage 128 Pro AGP.
- Rage 128 Pro AGP vs Rage128 Pro AGP, Mike Breeden, Accelerate Your Mac, 2000.10.05
- Rage 128 Pro PCI vs. Rage 128 Pro AGP, Bare Feats, 2001.02.23. “Is AGP that much faster?” It depends….
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