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i have 2 'vOOdOO 3 2000's..what beast can i make?

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Kev

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May 23, 2001
i was wondering if theres a known way in which i can possibly use some parts of another voodoo 3 2000 and add them to another...maybe its possible, maybe im being stupid....theyre both AGP.....therefore i cant have them both in at the same time....it'd be cool if it was possible to take the memory off one and add it to another.....i.e a 32MB voodoo 3 2000....thats just crazy though.........any ideas?...twin 3dfx chips.....hehe........welcome to the unknown...........
 
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William

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i don't think the Voodoo3 handles beyond 16megs of VRAM. I would suggest selling one and putting some cash in the ole pocket.
 
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Kev

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May 23, 2001
Are you serious?! How do i do that then?!....where would the second agp card plug in?...theres only space for one agp card on my motherboard......id love to know if its possible........tell me more
 

AKDUDE

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Feb 13, 2001
No, only the Voodoo2 cards could be linked for SLI mode, not the Voodoo3s.

I don't see what you could do to have one help the other. Unless you want to run two moniters, just get rid of one of them or both and drive on! :)
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Super

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Shadow ÒÓ (Jul 09, 2001 05:39 a.m.):
those 2 cards can be "linked" together for some pretty impressive graphics. Notice the IDE like connector on them? =)

I've heard they're floppy connectors, but I never tried....

And about the ram, you probably would have to write some new drivers yourself, due to the non existing of 3DFX. R.I.P.

but that would be nice.