Andy heeft een review gepost van STB's welbekende TNT kaart, de Velocity 4400. Hier maar weer een stukkie koppie&peest:
The TNT, despite nVidia's initialial downgrading is still an impressive beast - all the standard feature set are supported the highlights being 180M pixels a second fillrates, 1 pass bi-linear and tri-linear filtering (performed by the twin texture engine), AGP x2 sideband support, 32-bit Z buffering. The stencil buffer is also exciting developers like ID Software who are currently making very enthusistic noises about the TNT right now. STB add to the potent mix TV Out support, which is actually quite a useful feature for those of you with a DVD Player, as the TNT makes a wonderful DVD accelerator when used with software decoding. TV Output is supported by a display tab in the Control Panel which allows the selection of various display schemes for busniness apps, DVD Movie Playback (DVD does not conform to standard resolutions), and game play. The 2d features of the Velocity 4400 are excellent with features that were found on very highend cards only a year or two ago. This means the inclusion of the now standard 250Mhz RAMDAC which, when coupled with the 16 megabytes of RAM (more than my first PC!) allows resolutions of up 1920x1200 at 65536 colours.