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Old 03-24-2008, 01:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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lol bet my Radeon beats that

but Voodoo blows, go nVidia and AMD
3Dfx went under dude, they haven't released a card since 2000.

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250nm on that particular Voodoo. Some of the older Voodoos used 350.

Some of the first processors, used 600-800nm.

First processors? You mean the first intergrated circuits right?

The good ole EDVAC was out way before that hahahahaha Back when vaccum tubes and diodes were used.
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3Dfx went under dude, they haven't released a card since 2000.




First processors? You mean the first intergrated circuits right?

The good ole EDVAC was out way before that hahahahaha Back when vaccum tubes and diodes were used.
I know I was being serious I guess when you say "" it comes out sarcastic

but I meant it felt great for my crappy Radeon 9250 to beat out a 4x GPU
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3Dfx went under dude, they haven't released a card since 2000.




First processors? You mean the first intergrated circuits right?

The good ole EDVAC was out way before that hahahahaha Back when vaccum tubes and diodes were used.
actualy 3dfx was purchased by nvidia. i read it in maximum pc.
they actually owned the patent on sli thats why nvidia did it.
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