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    IS IT POSSIBLE>????????

    Can you put 2 PCI graphics card together on one computer?>>>
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    I mean like 2 3D cards lets say a Voodoo 3 and a Real 3D Starfighter
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    Well??????
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    i already answered in "Support"

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    yea i know, just hopin i could get more answers this way
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    yes you can.. in the PC i use at work I installed a voodoo Banshee and an nVidia TNT. Both PCI, both running win2000 (also ran fine under win98SE)

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    Is there a way to connect the Voodoo and the other card, or can they just use the PCI bus to work together?
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    You have to have two monitors. Only Voodoo1 and 2 supported the pass through of the video cable and even then the cards worked seperately unless it was two Voodoo's working together in SLI (scan line interleave). I would really like a way to use two on the same monitor myself but it just doesn't seem possible, maybe someone has a way to do this. I haven't found a splitter or A/B box for the video cable yet so it probably isn't an option.

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