Phase 5 version, with Scandoubler attached.
DCE version (Mk-II), front view
DCE version (Mk-II), rear view
Card and manual
Card closeup
Card closeup
Card closeup
Card closeup
Card closeup
Video out
Video out
Hi Res Version, Phase 5
- 1951 x 518, 146K
Hi Res version, Video out
- 800 x 827, 152K
Hi Res version, Video out
- 800 x 670, 123K


Chipset(s) S3 ViRGE
Graphics Memory 4MB
8bit Support: Yes
16bit Support: Yes
24bit Support: Yes
Display Drivers  
CyberGraphX V2: No
CyberGraphX V3: Yes
CyberGraphX V4: Yes
Picasso 96: Yes
Other: No

The Cybergraphics 64/3D is a Zorro II and III auto-sensing graphics card. It has a pixel clock of 135Mhz (8bit), 80Mhz (16bit) and 50Mhz (32bit). It has hardware handling of complex 3D operations, hardware overlaying and DPMS power-saving. A companion scan-doubler card was also made for this graphics card which is designed to fit AGA-style video slots. A monitor switcher and MPEG Card were also planned, although the MPEG card was made, it was never released to the public. The scandoubler does not work fully in non-AGA systems, the native display is not scandoubled but is simply passed through. Apparently there are modules which can be used directly with the Virge DX chipset and should in theory work with the CV64/3D however drivers would be a problem. The only real difference between the original Phase 5 version of this card and the DCE Mk-II version is that the latter supports the "Fast Mode" for Zorro II found on some A1200 busboards.


Example Display Modes
Resolution Depth Frequency
1600 x 1200 8 75Hz
1280 x 1024 8 75Hz
1280 x 1024 16 75Hz
1024 x 768 16 75Hz
1024 x 768 32 75Hz
800 x 600 32 75Hz


Page contributors: Jan Pedersen, Takahasi Kasiko
Updated: 1/16/2017 . Added: 12/22/2004