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But.... My ATI 5870 is more powerful than that :/

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I hope it is, as the 5870 isn't 10 years old xD

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Oh how I miss Voodoo! I remember plunking down some cash for a Voodoo 3 back in the day and loving how well it performed........memories!!! MEMORIES!!!!!
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^ YES. I'm getting teary-eyed from the win there - so many awesome times I had with my trustly 'ol Voodoo 3 wubsmiley.gif

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I was too young at that time to own a computer and even buy one. But i was really impressed by the work on the mod, and how some enthusiasts have so much fun doing vintage hardware work again. biggrin.gif

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I remember my voodoo 3.

Best birthday present ive ever gotten from my dad.

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I remember my voodoo 3.
Best birthday present ive ever gotten from my dad.

*Internet high five*

My Voodoo 3 was also a birthday present from my father!
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I remember my Voodoo3 2000. The early days of ePSXe, Bleem, VGS, I miss those days.


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*Internet high five*
My Voodoo 3 was also a birthday present from my father!

Agreed.

Its a shame I was too young to know how to really take advantage of it.

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