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AGP video card with RF modulator?

I'm back without a tech issue!
 

Was looking for an AGP card for $~15 USD and found this.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/ATI-109-65600-01-Rage-128-Pro-AGP-VGA-Video-Card-TESTED/150482461250?hash=item2309742242:g:E7oAAMXQskFRG457

ATI-109-65600-01-Rage-128-Pro-AGP-VGA-Video-Card-TESTED

I recognize the VGA and S-Video ports (I think? They have extra pins) but not the box thing.

I think it's an RF modulator (I watch a lot of 8-Bit Guy and Adrian's Digital Basement) but I haven't been able to find any info in this card having one.

Anyone know? 'Cause if it does I'm getting it no matter what - anything is better than my current PCI graphics card on my 98 PC.

Besides, it's $12 USD for an interesting piece of history - who wouldn't get something cool like that? 

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4 hours ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Besides, it's $12 USD for an interesting piece of history - who wouldn't get something cool like that? 

That is all the more you need to justify this purchase. (though I would look for something with hardware T&L instead for Win98 era PCs, but it's great for Win95 era)

 

Also, that's a TV-in, not out, and one of those S-video ports is an in port. (probably the top one) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATI_Rage_series#Rage_128_Pro_/_Rage_Fury_(high-end)_&_Rage_Fury_MAXX_(enthusiast)

 

EDIT: Looks like it's an All-In-Wonder 128 PRO or PRO Ultra... (Ultra has a 134MHz clock speed instead of 120MHz) https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/all-in-wonder-128-pro.c1762 https://www.anandtech.com/show/271

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Just to clarify:

The bottom port is a VGA out.

One of the S-Video ports is S-Video out, the other is S-Video in.

The coax port is TV-In.

 

I understand the VGA and S-Video out, but what is the purpose of S-Video and TV-In? 

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