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3dfx Voodoo Graphic Card Emulation Coming To DOSBox

October 19th, 2010 10:07 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

KingofGnG writes with this excerpt from King Arthur’s Den: “One of the forthcoming versions of the best PC-with-DOS emulator out there should include a very important architectural novelty, ie the software implementation of the historical Voodoo Graphics chipset created by 3dfx Interactive in the Nineties. “Kekko”, the programmer working on the project with the aid of the DOSBox crew and the coding-capable VOGONS users, says that his aim is the complete and faithful emulation of SST-1, the first Voodoo chipset marketed in 1996 inside the first 3D graphics accelerated cards on the PC.”

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