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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 4/7
Section - 91) Where can I get a fast X server for a workstation?

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The R6 server should be among the fastest available for most machines.

Sun sells a "Direct Xlib" product which improves rendering for applications
running on the same machine as the X server; the replacement Xlib library
accesses graphics hardware directly using Sun's Direct Graphics Access (DGA)
technology.

Several companies are (still!?) making hardware accellerator boards:

Dupont Pixel Systems (302-992-6911), for Sun.

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