Anand weet zoals altijd een van de langste en uitgebreidste reviews te maken, met veel benchmarks en informatie over FSAA op de GeForce II:
The GeForce 2 GTS actually fits in the perfect spot between the Voodoo5 5500 and what we can expect from the Voodoo5 6000. With a price tag of around $349 at its launch, the GeForce 2 will obviously be more expensive than the sub $300 Voodoo5 5500 but it also outperforms the 5500. At the same time, the V5 6000, judging entirely by its clearly superior fill rate, will most likely offer a huge performance increase over the GeForce 2 but at the same time will carry a price tag close to $600. This leaves the GeForce 2 in the middle of the two as an expensive, yet powerful solution.
If you were counting on NVIDIA supporting FSAA with the GeForce 2 then you're in luck...sort of. Under OpenGL, the GeForce 2's FSAA looks perfectly fine, unfortunately the games that you'll want to use FSAA in are primarily Direct3D games which is where the GeForce 2's FSAA doesn't exactly work, for now at least. When DirectX 8 games hit the streets that should change, but by that time you'll probably want to explore NVIDIA's upcoming NV20 or maybe even the successor to that, the NV25.
[break] Sharky Extreme heeft ook een GeForce 2 gekregen, en ook zij hebben een review geschreven:[/break]Being on .18micron has its advantages when it comes to chip clock speeds. Starting at an already fast 200MHz, we were able to knock up (not like that) our GTS a few notches. We reached the dizzy heights of 235MHz for the core speed and 366MHz before realizing that we'd voided our warranty and that we wouldn't get any supportÖ Actually we started seeing a few visual anomalies and thought it best to turn it down to a much safer and visual anomaly-free 230/360MHz. The board ran comfortably at this rate for quite some time and the 6ns Infineon DDR-SGRAM ran without any glitches.
Naast deze 2 reviews hebben de volgende sites ook nog een (p)review gemaakt: