Shary Extreme heeft nieuwe Voodoo3 3500 benchmarks. De eeste kaart die ze hadden was niet stabiel dus ze moeten hem onderklokken.
Earlier this week Sharky Extreme was unfortunate enough to receive a Voodoo3 that could not operate at the 183MHz clock speed (a bad apple) and failed to survive rigorous testing during our in-house preview. It keeled over and died on us raising rumors on whether or not 183Mhz memory yields were all that they were cranked up to be. Although the board in question is currently undergoing a post-mortem at 3Dfx Interactive, we've been given another Voodoo3 3500 to test and thankfully the initial signs are good. It's alive and well after two days of non-stop testing/benchmarking. This new board is different from its predecessor in that it uses EtronTech 183MHz SGRAM instead of the more expensive SEIMENS (a case in point where you don't always get what you pay for) that came with the last one. This version looks to be a little closer to what the final retail Voodoo3 3500 will look like as it does not have an on board fan but merely a heat-sink. So with the board alive and well we've updated our benchmarks for you at the correct 183Mhz speed. Obviously there wasn't much of a difference from 179Mhz (in some cases none at all). At no time did we have to turn the clock speed down to 179Mhz or less and the board is currently purring in our number 5 test machine. Certainly a good sign.
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