I think Nvidia or ATi would have bought the Voodoo brand if they wanted it. Their Geforce and Radeon brands were already strong enough, and AIB partners have their own sub-brands. The real value was in the tech IP, not marketing.This is where 3Dfx , Nvidia and AMD missed the boat. If 3Dfx owns the Voodoo marketing why not sell it to Nvidia an AMD where they can market it as their Uber high end custom line of GPU's the Voodoo series.
Yes. Back in the dark ages of the 1990s, that's what a lot of cards used. 3dfx didn't make an AGP card until the Voodoo 3000 series (actually, 3dfx Banshee was available as an AGP card in 1998). Voodoo 4 and 5 may as well not have existed, as 3dfx went bankrupt not long after those models launched.PCI bus as in the old school pre-AGP PCI bus?
Might have to flip through the pages of the current Computer Shopper magazine (you know, the oversized 1 inch thick magazine with mostly ads) in order to order itWill these be for sale at Circuit City or CompUSA? Which one do I have to camp overnight at?