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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/17 12:40:15 (permalink)
thanks! Glad you like it!
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/17 15:45:47 (permalink)
@Nateman_doo:

Yes Man, I love your answome work.
My V5k6 card is a very rare Jewel now.
You have fairy fingers :)
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/17 20:02:51 (permalink)
fairy fingers?  Somehow I think that got lost in translation ;)
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/18 02:11:45 (permalink)
Fairy fingers = Nimble fingers
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/18 19:42:18 (permalink)
Is that a 2.1mm center positive power jack on the back of that card? And are those terminal blocks (with the wires coming off) for extra power? If so very impressive, what is the market value on this card if you dont mind me asking?

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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock *Completed* 2012/05/19 02:53:15 (permalink)
whitnasty1

Is that a 2.1mm center positive power jack on the back of that card? And are those terminal blocks (with the wires coming off) for extra power? If so very impressive, what is the market value on this card if you dont mind me asking?

Hi,
With 4 GPUs and 16 sdrams, the 6000 drew a lot of power - much more than the AGP specification allowed for. Therefore, it included a external power supply called the Voodoo Volts that needed to be connected to an AC outlet. If this card had been released, the external power supply would surely have turned people off. Internal power connections (like what GPUs have nowadays) would have been a better bet. In fact, some prototype units did utilize an internal power connection.
The last rev.3700A card one man have baught (private deal) in year 2011 had a price of 4000 euros.
In year 2002, you could see a card on ebay for 1000 USD.
In year 2000, some cards were sold for 600 USD.
These cards are becoming rarer and less people want to sell them because they are precious objects like if you have gold in your home...
Even if one day you find this card to buy, you will not be the only man who want to have it.
Supply and demand will continue to increase...
Some people have been waiting for 5 years already to have one but nothing...


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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock in the making 2012/07/29 12:59:52 (permalink)
I had a voodoo 3 man that was long ago trying to count the cards I have used since is hard
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock in the making 2012/07/29 22:12:52 (permalink)
Crazy, Nate. Whats that Bad Boy weigh?

 
 
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Re:The Elusive Voodoo 5 6000! Full Coverage Waterblock in the making 2012/07/30 21:36:20 (permalink)
I am not sure.  I don't think I put it on a scale.  its only 1/8" thick copper.
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