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When Matrox released their first Millennium graphics card in mid-1995, the inclusion of various forward-looking technologies suggested that they intended it to remain viable right up to its namesake year. While some of these investments in the card's longevity didn't pan out, most notably its anemic...

The two contenders for 1994's hottest gaming graphics card look almost identical on paper, but are the result of opposite intentions by their creators. ATi's Graphics Pro Turbo, based on their fully 64-bit mach64 GX chip, was Team Red's attempt to deliver a world-beating Windows accelerator and stea...