Pete's Hardware (nooit van'ehoord) heeft een riesengroße 3D videoplanken roundup in elkaar gedraaid met info over de TNT, Voodoo3, G200, Permedia 3 en nog meer goeds.
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Voodoo2 has ruled for far too long. The original Voodoo chipset broke new ground in 3D gaming on the PC and could not be matched, though not for want of trying. Others produced chips that were of their own design rather than choosing to manufacture a voodoo based card, and some of them were quite reasonable. Some of the most noteworthy include Videologic's PowerVR and nVidia's RIVA 128. Both of these were good performers when given a fair amount of juice from the CPU but on lower end platforms Voodoo shined. Considering that it was released in 1996 Voodoo has had to be upgraded and improved. Enter Voodoo2. Voodoo2 builds on the original design by increasing the available memory and raw processing speed by increasing the number of chips on the board. Once again, other companies have stepped up to the challenge of Voodoo2 but will they provide more power this time round?