Is what you see what you think you get? Reverend's 3D Pulpit has this to say about motion blur: toggling between GF2 Ultra and Voodoo 5 5500:
NOTEHis original 'mod' can be found here. 3D Pulpit also mentions that Beyond3D is down for the moment.
There have been some reports of video cards using ATI and NVIDIA chips being able to perform "motion blur" using the 3dfx T-Buffer enhanced Q3Test that provides Motion Blur simply by having a 3dfx Glide3 DLL in either the root directory of this special Q3Test folder or in C:\windows\system\.
This page attempts to show the differences between what you see on an ATI or NVIDIA card versus what you should see on a 3dfx Voodoo5 5500.
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