Alex van Sharky Extreme heeft een review geschreven over deze plank.
3dfx's (now with a little 'd') next generation chip set, the Voodoo3, has already been previewed to death (literally!) at the Sharky Extreme laboratory of 'overclocking excellence' (Pentium Pro-sized fans and all). But with all the fusssurrounding the low-yields at 183MHz and the resultant unreliability and instability issues, it's easy to forget that there are indeed THREE version of the Voodoo3. The 3500 will not be shipping for a while yet but the 166MHz version (the 3000) and the 143MHz version (the 2000) are much more successful in terms of yields and thus closer to being released. The focus of this article is the Voodoo3 2000 AGP, which will be pitched to entry level end users as a low cost 2D/3D solution. Not long after you read this, the Voodoo3 2000 AGP will actually be available for purchase and hence we've been given a full retail version (a Rev. B) for review purposes. The board itself (pictured below) is actually straight off of STB's FAB line in Mexico and not a 'pre-production' board from 3dfx. A PCI version of the 2000 will also be available, which we'll test for you at a later date.