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Savage4 LT 86C394 AGP 2X 110MHz 110MHz 8 MB AIC
Savage4 GT 86C395 AGP 2X 125MHz 110MHz 16 MB AIC
Savage4 PRO-M 86C396 AGP 4X/2X 125MHz 110MHz 32 MB M/B
Savage4 PRO-M+ 86C396P AGP 4X/2X 143MHz 125MHz 32 MB M/B
Savage4 PRO 86C397 AGP 4X/2X 125MHz 110MHz 32 MB AIC
Savage4 PRO+ 86C397P AGP 4X/2X 143MHz 125MHz 32 MB AIC
Savage4 Xtreme 86C398
Savage2000
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Savage4 LT:
86C394 – 110MHz core/110MHz memory – AGP2X – 64-bit memory bus – (reportedly) 8Mb maximum.
Savage4 GT:
86C395 – 110MHz core/125MHz memory – AGP2X – 64/128-bit memory bus – 16/32Mb RAM.
Savage4 Pro:
86C396/86C397 – 110MHz core/125MHz memory – AGP4X – 128-bit memory bus – 32Mb RAM.
Savage4 Pro+:
86C396P/86C397P – 125MHz core/143MHz memory – AGP4X – 128-bit memory bus – 32Mb RAM.
Savage4 ProXtreme:
86C397X – 166Mhz core/166MHz memory – AGP4X – 128-bit memory bus – 32Mb SGRAM.
ALL:
250MHz RAMDAC; 1 texture pipeline, 1 pixel pipeline, DirectX 6 compliant
The above, I believe, represents the “official” specifications, but there are all manner of variations about. Some reportedly with synchronous core/memory speeds of 125MHz or 143MHz, numerous 86C95 variants, (“A” through “F”), substitutions of SDRAM for SGRAM and vice-versa, memory bus-widths, etc. I have never personally seen, or otherwise read or heard about, an Xtreme actually clocked at 166/166MHz. The few I’ve come across, including my own, are all between 156 ~ 160MHz, with a synchronous core/memory clock.
I personally feel that you’re playing with fire by substituting one BIOS for another. Back when these cards were “all shiny and new,” I can recall a few people wrecking their Savage4 with this practice. Even the Xtreme is hopelessly obsolete, and has been for several years. Unless your skilled and knowledgeable enough to disassemble the ROM BIOS code and reprogram it, I’d advise leaving well enough alone.
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