Hardware Central heeft een review van de Hercules Terminator Beast Supercharged in elkaar gefabriekt. Hier heb je wat stuff over het verschil tussen de normale Savage3D en de supergecharge chippies:
The biggest change with the SuperCharged Beast is that it is overclocked to a 120Mhz core and memory speed. Because the clock and memory speeds are entangled in the Savage3D architecture, Hercules had to go with SGRAM to ensure the memory would be able to handle the higher clock speed. So how did Hercules get the speeds up to 120Mhz? To ensure overclockability, Hercules screened their stock for Savage3D chips that could handle the overclocked speed and used these chips in the SuperCharged Beasts. In addition, Hercules also decided to make use of the TV-out feature of the Savage3D and enabled it in the Beast SuperCharged. After testing the original Beast and finding it a poor performer in comparison with the TNT, we were quite surprised at the performance difference the overclocking produced. Despite the low cost of the new SuperCharged Beast, Hercules' newest "wonder kid" incorporates some great features and puts up some impressive numbers.