Both this board and the last board had on-board video. The on-board video
with this one was a little trickier to disable. It had to be done through the BIOS.
The benchmarks in this section will be compared against it's existing 8 MB on-board
video (which steals from his main memory, I might add).
Yes, the on-board video did beat the Voodoo3 in one of the tests. I'm not really
sure why, it might have something to do with the fact that if you don't keep the
on-board enabled with at least 2 MB of RAM being used the computer won't boot all
the way. I dunno, anyway, you do get many more desktop and game resolutions and
watching the tests (2D) you can see the speed adavantages easily.