Re: Vodoo 2/3 (& other video questions)
> How is macos support for the matrox/tnt2 boards? the ATI 128 setups seem a
> little pricey (or maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places), and I
> would of course like to get this as cheap as possible :-). The Voodoo
> 2 I've found is only $50 - but maybe the extra money would be worth it.
> Grr... it's hard to find a card that will work nicely in 3 OS'es (MacOS,
> Linux/PPC, Windows in Virtual PC - which has special hooks for the
> passthru voodo cards that let emulated PC games use them directly). I may
> have to settle for scuppering Windows, but I was hoping to get 3dfx
> working in Linux and get all three behaving.
Voodoo1 and 2 are only 3d accelerators, meaning no 2D video. You can only
use a 3dfx for games, and you still need a 'regular' video card.
The voodoo3 has 2d and 3d, and with 3dfx releasing their source, watch for