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Posted - 11/11/2003 :  16:44:37  Show Profile  Visit duocast's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I know this isnt voodoo related but dunno which other part of the forum to post, but you guys will know what you want for christmas this year, lol I know I do.

Some Stats:

ATI graphics processors, R300 x 4(Quad)
6000q: 9.6 Gpix/sec peak
256MB x 4 unified memory
6000q: 2 to 24 samples
Video outputs
Triple DVI-I on 6000q (dual supported)
DVI video input for ganging chassis to increase AA or performance
Polygons (on-chip geometry engine) 150M tri/sec peak
Selectable screen resolution up to 1600x1200 @ 85 Hz or 1920x1080 @ 60 Hz
ChanLock - channel synchronization
Trilinear mipmap texture antialiasing
Large texture maps (up to 2048x2048)
256MB unified memory
Texture compression
User-programmable video timing
Order-independent (screen-door) or alpha transparency
Complementary mask fade LOD (24 levels)
32-bit true color (128 bits internal)
24-bit Z, 8-bit stencil
Gamma correction
Stereo signal capable

Here is a picture:

Now if only we could get 2 Voodoo Voodoo 5 5500 or Voodoo 5 6000 boards in this configuration
You can find the article here:

Edited by - duocast on 11/11/2003 17:18:46

NitroX infinity

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Posted - 11/11/2003 :  17:08:54  Show Profile  Visit NitroX infinity's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Seems obvious you should've placed it here:

Nice big card. Reminds me of a Quantum3D AAlchemy

ASUS P4S533 | Intel Pentium 4 2,261GHz | 512MB Samsung PC2700 DDR-SDRAM | Voodoo 5 5500 AGP
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