Biznizzy heeft een artikeltje in elkaar gedraaid waarin ze uitleggen hoe je twee V3's in Win98 aangekacheld kunt krijgen. Dit kan leuk zijn als je per ongeluk een monitor teveel hebt :
ďBut why two Voodoo 3s dude? Isnít that a bit excessive?Ē Look at it this way. For all the talk about Voodoo 3s 3D capabilities, the fact that their 2D is so good has been overlooked by many. When you consider that a Matrox G200/PCI card costs around $100, why not get a card that can do quality 3D as well for your secondary adapter? While the secondary adapter will not currently handle any 3D, supposedly the boys and girls in Redmond are working to change that. If thatís indeed the case, youíll be ready for them with your nice V3 2000/PCI already on hand . Also,in light of the recent announcements by 3dfx regarding rebates on retail boxed versions of the Voodoo 3s, you canít go wrong from a price/performance standpoint using the Voodoo 3 2000\PCI as your secondary card. As for the big brother Voodoo 3 3000/AGP, It will handle any 3D chores necessary, at a price far less expensive than the TNT2 Ultras and without the IRQ conflicts. This is a very desireable setup if you follow the install instructions Iíve laid out.