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First post, by kolderman

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https://twitter.com/AlValentyn/status/1331708 … 2861244420?s=09

Reply 2 of 8, by mastergamma12

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From the box, it looks like a dual vsa 100 solution with each vsa 100 having a 64mb vram pool.

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Reply 3 of 8, by havli

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It is fan-made... or photoshop box. There is no such thing as Voodoo5 5800 officially. Could be regular V5 5500 modded to 128MB and higher clock (183 - 200 MHz).

For example I have V4 4500 AGP modded to 64 MB and I call it 4800, co it could be similar here.

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Reply 4 of 8, by kolderman

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havli wrote on 2020-11-26, 13:53:

It is fan-made... or photoshop box. There is no such thing as Voodoo5 5800 officially. Could be regular V5 5500 modded to 128MB and higher clock (183 - 200 MHz).

For example I have V4 4500 AGP modded to 64 MB and I call it 4800, co it could be similar here.

I have never heard of such a mod. I wonder how a 128mb v5 performs.

Reply 6 of 8, by matze79

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The 5800 is a upgraded Voodoo 5 5500 to 128Mb RAM and Overclocked with BIOS Modification.

Its made by a Guy named osckhar selling also modded Cards on Ebay and offering Repairs.
He also mods Cards if you pay for.

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