I'd suggest that it may cause probs as the drivers for XP on such cards are sketchy at best. You'd be better off getting a proper Voodoo 2 (or 2) or a Voodoo 5, whose drivers don't seem to cause problems
I had a Voodoo3 PCI for like 2 years and it worked perfectly with ePSXe and 1964 under Windows XP and 98. I used the Amiga Merlin drivers for XP and the last official 3dfx drivers under 98. Go to http://www.3dfxzone.it for the latest XP drivers.
Meh.. Voodoo 2. Like Kane said, I'd go for a Voodoo5 if possible. Although the PCI versions are a bit harder to come by.
Creative 3D Blaster Banshee PCI 16mb, it was my first 3d card! I bought that to play FFVII (pc version). I had a pentium 200 mmx, 16mb ram with that board. When I bought my new pc (this one), it came with a geforce2 mx400 64mb, it was really good (well, for who had a banshee :lol: ). After, i bought a geforce 3 ti200 128mb, and now i have a radeon 9500 256 bits with 128mb.
I still have it here, but there aren't any direct3d drivers for winxp... but glide and opengl still works!