Reviews and Problems with 3Dfx Voodoo3 3500 TV AGP
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3dfx Voodoo3 3500 TV
11 October 1999
Conclusion: All-in-all, the V3 3500 TV is one fine product. Targeted toward the hard-core gamer, and media enthusiast it may find a spot in rich gamers' computers. Costing about $250 it may be a little too expensive for the more casual gamer, especially since the GeForce 256's are right around the corner.
Conclusion: Had the Voodoo3 3500 been released with the rest of the Voodoo3 line earlier this year, it would've been an easy recommendation to make. However now, close to the year's end, a "go out and pick one up" recommendation is very difficult to make. The 3500 will set you back at least $200 with the current estimates at cost being around $250, and even for a gaming solution, that is pushing the budget quite a bit.
Summary: Frankly speaking, this card, the first one from the Voodoo family, has greatly upset us. For us the Voodoo namehas always meant something extremely cooland now it's not only the best one but even not a fifty-fifty card!