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Can anybody please tell me how much video memory the 'Trident 9440 Linear Accelerated for PCI V1.31.04' has. I have searched the manual and video memory is not mentioned.
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by:mikecr
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It depends. Look at the card and let me know if you anything that looks like an empty plugin and how many, and let me know how many rather large chips black chips are on the card. If I had to make a guess now, 2mb onboard memory. Trident cards normally don't start out with alot of memory but can be upgraded.

Mike
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These cards had 1 or 2 megs on board, also you can download the utility below and it will tell you what chipset and amount of memory your card has including bios version.

http://www.tridentmicro.com/trident/html/Drivers/Utilities.htm
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by:wayneb
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There is also a much newer driver for windows 95 available for your card.

http://www.tridentmicro.com/trident/drivers/W95-9680.EXE
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Thanks that did the trick
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