The Trident TGUI9400CXi, known by its codename, was a product that emerged from the labs of Trident Microsystems. In a digital world that was still shaping its graphical identity, this VGA card etched its presence. The year was 1993, a time of pioneering strides in computer graphics.
This VGA card, under the hood, boasted a 32-bit core that powered its visual prowess. The TGUI9400CXi showcased its 1MB memory size, expandable to 2MB, which stored images and interfaces in FPM memory type. The VL-Bus served as its conduit, connecting it to the motherboard and facilitating data transfer.
Outfitted with a 15-pin D-sub output, the TGUI9400CXi bridged the digital world to monitors and displays. It wasn't just a piece of hardware; it was a tangible connection between the virtual realm and the tangible