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    I hate to be a party pooper but nothin' there is new to me as these were shown a couple of years ago so I repeat, "why show interest and waste time on a company and its products that's been dead for well over 2 years?" :confused:

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    Wiggo: Don't forget it was a design team featuring ex-3dfx engineers that gave us the NV30. :cry:

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    I realise that but why deleve but into history to something that did not eventuate? :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by E^vol
    Yup !!! Multiple GPU's & PCI connector !!! The AGP bus isn't really all that important, even today. When you have that much power on the video card itself, you don't really need the system's resources...
    umm, i have a 3D Prophet 9000 PCI card, and it's much slower than any other 9000, so i dont get it:wow: i wouldnt mind a reverse AGP connector for this crap, till i get my 9500 Pro or 9800 Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I hate to be a party pooper but nothin' there is new to me as these were shown a couple of years ago so I repeat, "why show interest and waste time on a company and its products that's been dead for well over 2 years?" :confused:
    It's cool just to see them. Totally worthless now, but cool to see.

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    XbitLabs's article , someone who believe in our job!:thumb:
    3dfx is back????? RAMPAGE POWER. Discover all news, coming soon on Nexthardware.com

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    Here we are again! I'm able now to start showing you the first image of some tests passed by the Rampage card.

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    Remember that the card is running under Windows Xp with Alpha drivers so don't care too much to the performance of them but look at the quality of the image itself!

    Next images coming soon!
    3dfx is back????? RAMPAGE POWER. Discover all news, coming soon on Nexthardware.com

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    Not to wreck your work or anything, I mean cheers to working on discontinued things (I love my camaro), but that image isnt that great. THere's no FSAA on and my Ti4200 can easily put that up, probably a good GF3 could too. They really need to beef up those drivers =/ . Good luck tho mate, : peace2: Mista K6
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    they need ot badly implement mip mapping into those drivers fast, i bet my radeon 9k pci can beat this without driver lmao (scarcasm dont post something dumb about it)
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    Guys... in defense of the Rampage.. This was made way before current cards. The fact that you are comparing it to modern day stuff shows that it was way ahead of it's time. Mista K6, you say that a GF3 could 'probably' do that. This card was from before the original Geforce cards, let alone the 3rd generation...

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