Cybervision PPC
 connects to: PCI (Custom)
Early version of the card, without the A3000 connector
Hi Res Version, Front
- 1460 x 542, 87K
Hi Res Version, Back
- 1510 x 598, 80K


Chipset(s) TVP 4020GFN (Permedia 2)
Graphics Memory 8MB (64bit SGRAM, 800MB/sec)
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 Cybervision PPC is designed to connect to the local PCI expansion bus found on the Cyberstorm PPC, and Cyberstorm Mk-III accelerators. It is one of the most powerful native graphics cards for the Amiga and has a pixel clock of 230Mhz (8bit), 230Mhz (16bit), 145Mhz (24bit) and 100Mhz (32bit). It has hardware support for 80 million textured pixels/sec. Hardware functions for Z-Buffering, Gouraud Shading, Fogging, Blending and Anti-Aliasing. It also has a special connector for the use of 3D glasses which allow you to see "life-like" 3D. The card is rather an odd shape, sort of rectangular but being tapered at one edge. It has two connectors on it to attach it to the PPC board. Which one you use depends on whether it is going in an A3000 or A4000. Note, you can not use draggable screens with this card, even if you have that option selected within CyberGraphX, and there is also no provision for a scandoubler, flickerfixer or passing native video. It does however have support for "patching" the system to allow it to display the native graphics.


Example Display Modes
Resolution Depth Frequency
1600 x 1200 24 65Hz
1280 x 1024 24 65Hz


Page contributors: NicDouille, RiWa & Friends, Robert Miranda (GVP Tech Support), Tomas Gärdh
Updated: 7/17/2022 . Added: 12/22/2004