I've got an IBM Intellistation which seems wickedly fast, due to SCSI drives and RAMBUS RAM - certainly seems on a par with my Athlon2000XP system, despte only an 866 processor. I've seen that it normally might take Oxygen or Wildcat graphics cards (and appears to have requisite AGP Pro slot), which come up on ebay from time to time. I'm wondering if these would be any good for games, if not why not, and how do they compare to "consumer" graphics cards (which are of course aimed at games). Part of reason I ask is that I had some 3D versions of quake that would not run right on a Banshee, which seemed to be down to OpenGL not being fully implemented (presumably in the 3dfx driver). 3dlabs stuff seems to sell on being a full h/w implementation of OpenGL, so might be better (if only for this purpose). Any views?