First post, by appiah4
After almost four years of searching I have finally found and purchased a working MVP3 motherboard: FIC PA-2013 v2.0 with 2MB L2 cache.
And now I notice a significant gap in my collection: Pre-1999 AGP cards.
Seriously, the only ones I have are an Intel 740 and a couple Voodoo Banshees.
The system will have a K6-2/500, 256MB RAM and a Voodoo 2 SLI configuration.
Here are my choices:
i740 + Voodoo2 SLI: I know that i740 is not the most hasslefree AGP card for a VIA system but mine is an MVP3 CE so it theoretically should work with this?
G200 + Voodoo2 SLI: Probably evwn more problematic that the above?
Voodoo 3 3000 + Voodoo 1: Probably a good configuration with a decent fallback for compatibility but how much hassle is it to have 2 Voodoo cards in one system?
Or should I just hunt down and buy a Millennium I/II, Rage Pro or Trio3D/2X instead of the above?
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