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Article - Voodoo3 3000 AGP vs. 3D Blaster TNT2 Ultra by Dean

 

 

Iíve just been to the OCManila Lab yesterday and I went there specifically to bench at least one video card of Head Geek.  Too bad I wasnít able to test a GeForce DDR but thatíll be for next time.  I have a TNT2 Ultra in my rig and Micoh Dude has a Voodoo3 3000 in the lab.  I immediately remembered the tagline of the Diamond Viper V770 RIVA TNT2 Ultra:  Viper V770 TNT2 Ultra slaughterís 3dfxís Voodoo3 3000!  I wanted to prove it to myself.  I donít have a Diamond TNT2 Ultra but I do have a Creative TNT2 Ultra, which is very identical to the Diamond version of the TNT2 Ultra.

To be straight to the point, Iím putting these 2 cards to the test in a head-to-head matchup.  Yup. Voodoo3 3000 vs. TNT2 Ultra.  These cards are just over a year old and for an average user, these cards are still viable options.  Not everyone of us has $300+ to spend for a video card every 6 months so one would look into cheaper and older cards.

Itíd be totally stupid and wasteful if you upgrade every 6 months.  As it is now, GeForce DDR users wonít really need to upgrade to the GeForce2 GTS.  Itís best to wait a little more.

Enter the Voodoo3 3000 and TNT2 Ultra.  Both cards are excellent performers in terms of speed and stability.  Both these cards have their own ups and downs but first, Iíll give you the feature list.

 

  

 

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