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I stringly doubt that any 3dfx cards are made anymore, though you might be able to get one that hasn't been used yet. Most likely you'd have to look on Ebay or trade with someone.
Voodoo cards should work fine with AMD.
You can get these in PCI:
Voodoo Graphics (Voodoo 1)
Voodoo Rush (don't bother with this one, it's really bad)
Voodoo 3 (some are PCI, some AGP. The 3500 is AGP only)
Voodoo 4 4500 PCI
Voodoo 5 5500 PCI
Voodoo cards should be OK in with an nvidia card. AFAIK, Win98SE and upwards have support for multi-monitor+2 vid cards. If you're going to use the Voodoo for Glide only, you might consider a Voodoo 2 or Voodoo 2 SLI. If you're really lucky you might score a Quantum3D Obsidian(?) X24, which is basically a Voodoo 2 SLI setup on one board.
The major considerations when going for a Voodoo 5 are its size (10 inches long), the fact that it needs to be connected directly to your PSU for power and its earlier AGP spec. The V5 uses 3.3V signalling, and your motherboard must be compatibe (supports AGP 1.0). Unfortunately, this means that a Voodoo 5 + P4 + Intel chipset is impossible; you must use a chipset other than Intel for P4+V5.