Bij Tweak3D heeft men een review geschreven van de Elsa Gladiac, één van de eerste GeForce 2 GTS kaarten. De Elsa volgt het nVidia reference design. Over de performance waren ze bij Tweak3D zeer goed te spreken:
The Gladiac performed extremely well, and that's considering that it's currently the fastest card on the market. What more can we ask for? You will appreciate the new features that help the card spew out polygons faster than you can say "I can't believe it's not butter." Game performance is playable all the way up to 1280x1024 and usually higher on most games.
FSAA currently works but not what it should be like. FSAA is currently in the drivers, but this does not mean that it functions properly. The UT screenshots are evidence of this.
Even though Elsa didn't differentiate the design of the card much from the nVIDIA reference board, the drivers were extensive and the card performed very well. Being the first version of the Gladiac, it also overclocked very well. And proceeding cards may perform even better...[break]Ook VIAHardware heeft deze kaart besproken. Ook zij kwamen tot de conclusie dat het een erg snelle kaart is, maar zij waren veel minder te spreken over de overclock-capaciteiten van deze kaart:[/break]Unfortunately, the sample I received was a very poor overclocker. It was equipped with the same MEI fan and heatsink on the reference GeForce 2, so this is not shocking. 215/345 was about all it would run reliably, but with a card this quick the point of overclocking is a bit moot. Look for a update when we strip the heatsink off this puppy =)