3D Unlimited heeft een review van de Voodoo 3-3000 PCI neer gemikt. De reviewer heeft een paar benchmarks gedraaid, alleen zonder referentie met een andere videokaart, dus daar schieten we weinig mee op:
The Voodoo 3 3000 PCI is a great board for starters looking for a 2D/3D combo, something that Voodoo 2 couldn't offer. You will start to see more Voodoo 3's being shipped with new computers, but more then likely in the AGP flavor. Since this card doesn't cost $350, but still gets more then the job done, it might not push 200 fps, but it still kicks ass. The Voodoo 3 3000 PCI is designed for the lower-end gamer, who doesn't have either an AGP slot or just doesn't need the raw speed of a GeForce 256 or a TNT2 Ultra. But like all hardcore gamers and my self, we all love speed, and most of us try to push our boards to max. If you are a hardcore gamer this board isn't for you, not that it isn't a great board, I think a TNT2 or GeForce256 would look better with your new 900mhz Kyrotech Athlon. Anyone else agree? But if you are still with the older machines and want a great card for the value, this is for you.[break] Update 15:55 [Robin]: Bij Thresh and Gang hebben ze ook een review van dit kaartje opgehangen. Daar vind je wel vergelijkingen met andere Voodoo3's, een V2 SLI combo en een TNT kaart. Check de review hier.[/break]Let's get one thing straight. The Voodoo3 3000 PCI isn't meant to compete with the TNT2 Ultra's and the G400's, let alone the GeForce 256 and Savage 2000! This is a card that will serve as an upgrade for mainstream consumers who have older graphics cards that shipped with their Dell or Gateway computer. In addition, the 3000 PCI is a great choice for TNT and Voodoo2 users looking to get a bit more performance out of their system. While it may not be the fastest card out there, it isn't priced like it is either.