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

 

 

Final Words:

All I have to say is "The OCManila Lab is freakin’ cool!".

Seriously. So the TNT2 Ultra is the clear victor of this one, though an el cheapo gamer would still consider the Voodoo3 3000 ‘coz it’s a lot cheaper now than the TNT2 Ultra.  32-bit doesn’t really matter and 640X480 is definitely a playable resolution.  One great thing about the Voodoo3 3000 is that it comes in AGP or PCI format.  So if you’re afraid of frying your AGP bus, get a PCI version but as you know, the Voodoo3 3000 can take high bus speeds. Even as high as 100mhz bus, 2/3 of 150.

Bad stuff ‘bout the Voodoo3 3000 is that it runs very hot. It does have a large heatsink but it really gets hot once you run it for a few hours. The fan on the TNT2 Ultra is a plus for it.


I still recommend these cards though they’re over a year old, they still give the necessary performance that gamers really need.

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