Documentation and Software comparison
(1997 Mac Graphics Card Review)
Both cards come with ample documentation of how to install the hardware and software, and setup the card. Both manuals contained complete product information however, and that's the main point. Both cards were very easy to install and setup, and I never had to refer to the documentation after an initial quick scan for monitor setup for non-Apple Monitors.
As a bonus, the Imagine ships with a pair of ferrites to attach to your monitor cable as an both an aid to better image quality at the resolutions of 1600x1200 or greater, and to fullfill the requirement for FCC Class "B" use if your monitor cable does not already have them.
Software Winner:Imagine 128
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