3Dfx Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc. Monster Fusion Driver Download

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Supported Models

Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc. Monster Fusion Driver

Manufacturers

3Dfx

Diamond Multimedia

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4

File Name

FusionNT5.zip (631.6 KB)

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Uploader Notes

This driver is for the Diamond Monster Fusion PCI card, for use in Windows 2000. It currently supports Glide, but not D3D, which I will work on soon. All I did to get this to work was extract files from various Windows 95/98 driver sets and piece it together to get it to support Glide

Uploaded By

Soulburner (DG Member) on 13-Nov-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
glide2x.dll 186.9 KB 7 May 1999
oemsetup.inf 2.9 KB 31 Oct 1999
glide3x.dll 233.5 KB 7 May 1999
fusiondd.dll 92.5 KB 26 Apr 1999
fusion.sys 48.1 KB 26 Apr 1999
opengl32.dll 960.5 KB 7 May 1999

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