Ars Technica heeft de Gainward CARDExpert TNT onder handen genomen. Waarempel zit er ook nog es een TNT op het ding. De 3D performance van de TNT moge inmiddels bekend zijn. Hier daarom maar ff wat info over de beeldkwaliteit:
Many flames have been exchanged online about video signal quality on nVidia cards versus cards from traditional 2D leaders like Matrox, and perhaps justifiably so. Complaints about signal quality generally come from those using really high resolutions, like 1280x1024 and 1600x1200. I run my Riva 128 card at 1152x864 at 100Hz refresh on a 17" aperture grill-style display, and even using a five-pronged BNC input, the Riva's video output produces perceptible ghosting. The Gainward TNT, however, is significantly better--not perfect, but close enough. On virtually all of the latest-generation video chipsets, the RAMDAC, which produces the video signal, is integrated as part of a single-chip design. Hence, video signal quality will vary less from one manufacturer's implementation to another than in the past. Still, the Gainward implementation appears solid.