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Which video card series do you <3 the most?

Last response: in Graphics & Displays

Which video card series do you miss the most?

Total: 22 votes

  • 3Dfx Voodoo 1
  • 10 %
  • 3Dfx Voodoo 2
  • 10 %
  • 3Dfx Voodoo 3
  • 19 %
  • 3Dfx Voodoo Banshee series, Voodoo 4&amp;5 series
  • 14 %
  • NVIDIA Riva 128, TNT, TNT 2 series
  • 10 %
  • NVIDIA Geforce 256 series / Geforce 2 series
  • 19 %
  • NVIDIA Geforce 3 series / Geforce 4 series
  • 14 %
  • NVIDIA Geforce FX series / 6 series / 7 series
  • 10 %
  • Matrox G200 series / G400 series
  • 0 %
  • S3 Trio, ViRGE, Savage3D series
  • 0 %
July 21, 2006 4:39:41 PM

Which video card series was the most fond to you? Which was the most "31337"?


I forgot to add ATI Rage series. But it sucked anyway 8)

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July 21, 2006 11:45:18 PM

none of them

i have one that does the same thing that is faster and better.
this poll and thread is useless
the 3dfx cards all used the glide engine so if you were to try and play games designed for them you can just emulate glide in opengl or direct 3d engines
a b U Graphics card
July 22, 2006 12:06:11 AM

Where are the rage 128 pro's? Guess I can't vote. :tongue:
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July 22, 2006 12:18:18 AM

Chips & Technologies 65550 PCI 2MB videocard that's in my old Pentium 1 laptop.
July 22, 2006 12:26:58 AM

The Voodoo 2 was a beast.

I remember asking my dad for the 8MB version when it dropped in price after the 12MB version was released.

The 12MB Voodoo 2 was literally state of the art, the 7950GX2 of its day.

I was quite convinced that my dad wouldn't get me a new graphics card, as even the 8MB version was expensive.

However, on my birthday I opened up the wrapping to find a new, retail boxed 12MB voodoo 2... it was even the 'blackmagic' custom version with black PCB.

I was like OMG... to this day I'm still convinced it 'fell off the back of a lorry'.

Anyway, for that reason the Voodoo2 will always be the most 1337 card.
July 22, 2006 12:35:18 AM

Intel Extreme Graphics, because they're Extreme and amazing, with like you know, SM 4.0, HDR, etc. They're amazing.
July 22, 2006 11:05:09 AM

Chubby-Rain u r ghey
July 22, 2006 11:49:20 AM

Intel Extreme Graphics, because they're Extreme and amazing, with like you know, SM 4.0, HDR, etc. They're amazing.

July 22, 2006 1:23:14 PM

hyhyhyhy..........the man is wright.......

where the bloooooooaaaady is the mighty RAGE????????????????
July 22, 2006 1:59:20 PM

hyhy..that`s good
July 22, 2006 2:05:29 PM

FUCK yo' Rage.
July 22, 2006 2:31:59 PM

Out of the choices, I'd have to say the GeForce2. I still have one thats chugging away at pretty much everything thrown at it. It plays games such as Warcraft 3, Diablo, etc. just fine still. Can't complain about it at all and I've been impressed by the long life of the card.
a b U Graphics card
July 22, 2006 2:36:47 PM

I got to go with the voodoo 3, you could install it in any system and have no problems at all. I tried the rage first but had to return it because the computer wouldn't boot at all and then got the voodoo 3. It was a beast, never found a game it wouldn't run and will even run some lower end newer games. Too bad we don't have them competing anymore. They were always ahead of their time.
July 22, 2006 3:29:25 PM

Too bad we don't have them competing anymore. They were always ahead of their time.
The boys in Green bought them out.
July 22, 2006 4:33:29 PM

Dudes, wut-cha 'all sayin'? There simply isn't (and never will be) a video card quite like Voodoo 5. I still have it in one of my PCs at home and marvel at it from time to time...

The first to have 64 Mb of memory
The first card capable of SLI - Kudos to 3DFX for inventing it. (YES - like 11 years ago!)
The first to have 2 GPUs each with its own heatsink/fan so that's 4 GPUs and 128 Mb of memory for ya in SLI !!! Note that 90% of PCs back then had 64 Mb of RAM or less.
and so on and so forth...

Yeah, I paid close to $600 for it back in the day, but this card was so good, so powerful, so overclockable that it allowed me to skip I don't know how many generations of video cards because the next card I bought was an ASUS GeForce 3 ti500 (don't recall the exact model name of this ti500 but it was universally acclaimed as absolutely the best card at that time with VIVO and a thousand other things like 3D shutter glasses included. Boy did I love to play Dungeon Siege in 3D back then.. oh my...)