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    think my PCI trio64 512k can compete?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggalo_Dan
    think my PCI trio64 512k can compete?
    I think no!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    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...
    You centered the problem beefy!Very good!;)
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    A new day and a new image to see :D

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    It's Quake 3 on 1024x768 32bit, trilineare filter and all active..

    What do ypu think about that?
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    I think you need to try Mavis Beacon 5 :D
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    For you guys take this new image:

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    Quake 3 again...:lips:
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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'd hate to raise the BS flag here, but...

    How do you think the system gets information to the card for processing? How do you think the data makes it from the card back to the system? The more powerful our cards get the more bandwidth they need, thus the need for the Accelerated Graphics Port.

    : omg:

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    Whats wrong with that guys head? ? ?
    That looks like crap.
    Just my opinion.

    Chez

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    Ahhhh, I thought this came out like only a year ago. Wow, seeing that it's that old, cheers to 3DFX :cheers: . Man, I wonder if 3DFX would've put some more innovative ideas on the market if they were still around, too bad they arent :( . I'm still waiting to see a graphics card manufacturer who doesnt put the fan right on top of the GPU, wow that's seems so stupid to me. Anyways, awesome work finding and working with that card. : peace2: Mista K6
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    I'm still waiting to see a graphics card manufacturer who doesnt put the fan right on top of the GPU, wow that's seems so stupid to me
    Whats so stupid about putting a fan over the hottest spot on a video card? Where else would you suggest putting one?

    What about your CPU and the fan that NEEDS to go over it?

    BTW - the 3dfx card that made that image, has FOUR fans on it!!!

    Just curious...

    Chez

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