First post, by Yushatak
I built the ultimate Socket 1 486 box and now I'm on to my next challenge. While pushing the 486 box to it's limits I found that I really became interested in Glide, and wanted a box that could run Voodoo cards. I have a 266mhz mobile Pentium MMX that I am planning to OC the heck out of (300+mhz) on an ASUS P5A board (I chose this over a VA-503+ after some research). The board has an AGP slot, five PCI, and two ISA.
I have no experience with Voodoo hardware. I had a Voodoo card when they were new, but I was about four years old, so I don't know the technical details. I believe we had a Voodoo II, possibly upgraded from a Voodoo original.
Anyway, I need some advice. I am trying to build an awesome Glide game box, but I don't want to go overkill (were any games even developed for Glide that could utilize the 5500 AGP Voodoo to it's potential?)..
With my system specs in mind, what would you guys recommend? A single Voodoo 5500 AGP? Dual Voodoo IIs in PCI SLI? Let me hear your recommendations.