3dfx Rampage 'Rampage' was 0.18um, it contained 30 Million transistors in a core area of 10.6*10.6cm's. The total die was 11.44*11.47cm's. Within this area was 18 clock domains, 14 core blocks, and 8 pad ring blocks. It was designed for UMC's process, then changed in the last few months to TSMC. Sage was 25 million transistors using the same process. Rampage would've been clocked from 200-250mhz. The Rampage chip would have been released on the cards named "Spectre", to be released late 2000, early 2001 if everything was on time. Since it wasn't on time, tapeout was scheduled for March 2001. They didn't want to continue the Voodoo brand name on account of a totaly new architecture. The only Rampage technology nVidia has used thusfar in the NV30 has been a decent chunk of the 2D engine. 3dfx Daytona The Daytona GPU, also known as the Napalm 2, VSA-101, VSA-102, and VSA-200 is very similar to the VSA-100. The only main differences are that it is clocked at 200mhz, and it supports DDR RAM. In a single chip solution, it would have 64 megs of RAM dedicated to the one chip. This would not have given it more than twice the memory bandwidth of the VSA-100 though it did have DDR RAM, but the bus width was only 64-bits. The only performance gain wouldve been the higher clock speed. It was not known if an SLI setup for these cards was planned, but the single chip version would've been called Voodoo 4 4800. http://www.guru3d.com/ --------------------------------------------------------- Para quem tiver curiosidade, está disponivel o source code dos drivers da 3dfx --> http://kirby.colorado.edu/3dfx_source_code.rar Não estou a ver a nVidia a gostar desta atitude, por isso provavlemente o link vai deixar de funcionar. Tb postaram os drivers da Rampage, mas sem o Hardware, é completamente inutil. http://kirby.colorado.edu/jrr/3dfx/rampage/3dfx_rampage_drivers.zip Quem quizer ver mais, têm aqui um bom site para recordar os bons velhos tempos. http://tiger.towson.edu/~tzeger1/3dfx/index2.html P.S. - Apesar de só hoje terem mostrado fotos do hardware, isto não é propriamente uma novidade. Se estiver no forum errado, pedia para mudarem.