Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: 3Dfx Interactive
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.82 MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.17.0065.0001 / 11/28/2008
The AMIGAMERLIN 3.1-R11 for Napalm2 device is used with the 3Dfx Voodoo graphics accelerator device. The 3Dfx Voodoo graphics accelerator device is particularly developed for 3D entertainment applications in the home consumer and arcade or coin operated markets. This graphics accelerator is designed to allow an advanced class of highly interactive and realistic 3D games by providing users with extensive capabilities well above the primary 3D functionality found in common multimedia and Windows accelerators. Among the major OEM developers who have signed OEM (original equipment manufacturers) agreements to manufacturer 3D game boards powered by the 3Dfx graphics accelerator include the FMI Graphics Products and Orchid Technology. With the support of the AMIGAMERLIN 3.1-R11 For Napalm2 device, the 3Dfx graphics accelerator device also employs polygons that are perspective correct, along with texture mapping that are point sampled, standard VGA resolution, Gouraud shading, and double and Z buffering capabilities.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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The 3Dfx Voodoo graphics accelerator device, along with the AMIGAMERLIN 3.1-R11 For Napalm2 also implements support for SVGA resolution, advanced and bi-linear filtering, and LOD (level of detail) MIP mapping. Further, this chipset provides life-like images via anti-aliasing, alpha blending and sub-pixel correction. Also, unlike its contemporaries that suffer considerable degradation in performance when their readily available 3D functions are utilized, this graphics accelerator device was developed to concurrently deliver all its 3D functions at real time frame rates. It also has support for reflection mapping, animated textures, texture morphing, a host of lighting techniques, texture compositing, and pixel effects like transparency, translucency, and fog. It likewise has support for vital development APIs (application programming interfaces) and tools such as OpenGVS by Gemini Technology, GameGen by MultiGen, 3D Studio by AutoDesk, and OpenGL and GL by Silicon Graphics. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AMIGAMERLIN 3.1-R11 For Napalm2 errors before installing any driver updates.