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User Info: HighOnPhazon

HighOnPhazon
3 years ago#21
I have fond memories of my Voodoo 3
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#22
3DFX for the win.
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User Info: call of duty

call of duty
3 years ago#23
I remember the voodoo banshee was the reason why I couldn't play BF1942...man did I rage hard at the computer for failing to load the level every ****ing time and not understanding why until the tech guy told me that my card was too ****. I then upgraded to a GeForce 4 and WOW EVERYTHING SO PRETTY!
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User Info: LordSeifer

LordSeifer
3 years ago#24
it was a sad day when I bought a voodoo2 to upgrade my computer and then went to install it and had no AGP port
^ this

User Info: UberLurker

UberLurker
3 years ago#25
I was a bit late to the Voodoo party, my first 3Dfx card was a Voodoo3 2000... nice card, I mounted a fan on its passive cooler and was able to OC the thing to 3000 speeds.

My first 3D accelerator card was a Diamond Stealth II S220, a Rendition V2100 powered GPU. For some reason I chose to put stock in those newfangled DirectX and OpenGL APIs in lieu of Glide... apparently I had the right idea but lousy timing.

User Info: HappyKhicken

HappyKhicken
3 years ago#26
I still have mine. I've been saving it along with a few older PC parts to build a 90's nostalgia machine.
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User Info: gamerdude555

gamerdude555
3 years ago#27
I had the Amiga 500
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The cranky hermit 3 years ago#28
it was a sad day when I bought a voodoo2 to upgrade my computer and then went to install it and had no AGP port

But Voodoo 2 was a PCI card. You can't do SLI over AGP.
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User Info: Marikhen

Marikhen
3 years ago#29
Actually IIRC with some cards you could do SLI/CrossFire even if one of them was AGP. It wasn't common, and it didn't show up until later in the game IIRC, but it was there.
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User Info: Clique_Killa

Clique_Killa
3 years ago#30
I remember seeing voodoo advertisements in the back of tips and tricks magazines.
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