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How do I know if my video card supports 3D Fx?

It's a ATI Rage Pro 8Mb 133 Mhz
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Nope, 3Dfx is a company....  ATI doesn't use any chipsets' video card from them.  If you see a video card that mentions Voodoo or Banshee then that's 3Dfx supported.
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Thanks Larbel
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