A Dream Come True : 3dfx Voodoo5 6000 Gold Second Edition @200 MHz

Discussion in 'Videocards - 3dfx' started by trevormacro, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. boerenlater

    boerenlater Master Guru

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  2. Nuk1e

    Nuk1e Member Guru

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    Great nostalgia in this video I remember when I had my very first 3dfx card 1 with 4mb of vram and my p1 166mhz wow that was ages ago :)
     
  3. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Awesome... Oh the days of my voodoo 2... I loved that card! :)
     
  4. slimpsy

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    This brings back memories of endless nights fragging in quake 2 on dialup. *tear*
     

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    Such a good card. Ahh the memories
     
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    Word! Voodoo1 and Dialuping for Q2 BBS multiplayer!
     
  7. dezeni

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    runing my card over 200MHz for benchmarking! It is amazing!
     
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    Excelent card!
     
  9. extide

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    I remember playing Diablo II in Glide mode, looked WAY better than D3d. The shadows and colors were so much cooler. I miss my voodoo cards. I only had a few, a Banshee, a 3500TV, and a 5500, but eventually swapped up to a GF3Ti200 (which it looks like you have matched with your modded card!)

    Such a good idea to swap the SRAMS, I mean obviously there are wayyy better chips available now, and I bet they were SUPER cheap! Interesting that the VSA-100's have no problem clocking right up to 200 Mhz, that it was the RAM's holding it back the whole time!!
     
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    awesome
     

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