3dfx Voodoo Banshee Drivers

Near the end of the 1998 3dfx released the Voodoo Banshee, which was basically a Voodoo 1 and 2D core integrated into a single chip. It was also clocked slightly higher than Voodoo 2, though it only had a 128-bit memory bus, like the first Voodoo. Because of its lack of the Voodoo 2's second texture unit, its performance was variable; in some situations it performed better than Voodoo 2, in others it performed more like Voodoo 1. While it was not a hit on the scale of Voodoo 1 or 2, it sold a respectable number of units (mainly to OEMs), and didn't flop on the scale that Voodoo Rush did.

The Banshee is know under a few different names, see also known section for reference.

Basic Specs:

GPU Name: Banshee
GPU Variant: 500-0013-04
Foundry: TSMC
Process Size: 350 nm
Transistors: 4 million
Die Size: 137 mm²
Release Date: Jun 22nd, 1998
Generation: Voodoo Banshee
Production: End-of-life
Bus Interface: AGP 2x (PCI option available
Slot Width: Single-slo
GPU Clock: 100 MHz
Memory Clock: 100 MHz: 100 MHz effective
Memory Size: 16 MB
Memory Type: SDR
Memory Bus: 128 bit
Bandwidth: 1.600 GB/s
Render Config
Pixel Shaders: 1
Vertex Shaders: 0
TMUs: 1
ROPs: 1
Theoretical Performance
Pixel Rate: 100.0 MPixel/s
Texture Rate: 100.0 MTexel/s
TDP: 15 W
Suggested PSU: 350 W
Outputs: 1x VGA