If you were hoping to spend your weekend drooling in front of your PC monitor looking at full-scene anti-aliasing demos, you might wanna change your plans. (Or you might wanna seek professional help, eh?) 3dfx has decided to pull back the V5 5500 boards they'd shipped to distributors in order check them for compatibility problems with certain systems.
It could be worse, of course, in the grand scheme. Has the Savage4 ever worked right?
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