Matrox Squeezes Pixels from a 20-year Old Chip

This week Matrox, the eclectic pioneering Canadian graphics company who developed a 3D graphics controller in 1998 they called the G200, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. At the time it was a killer new part, coming on the heels of the programmable TI TMS34010 (which was not called a GPU at the time) and just ahead of the introduction of ...

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