It's quite odd that you'd choose the hardware devices name as your username. That will be confusing if you need a different driver in the future and post with that name.
Previous identical threads posted here:
OTI64111 Spitfire 64bit Video Card
Era 1996 (pretty old). 64-bit PCI/ISA 2D chipset. DRAM and EDO supported. Very Rare.
Oak Technology was a supplier of semiconductor chips for sound cards, graphics cards and optical storage devices such as CD-ROM, CD-RW and DVD. In 2003, it was acquired by Zoran Corporation. They never made video cards, only chipsets for video cards.