B-Force schrijft dat Anandtech een review heeft gemaakt van de Leadtek WinFast GeForce 2 GTS. Ze vinden de grote heatsink op deze kaart wel mooi, maar toch concluderen ze dat hij zinloos is: het overclocken van de core heeft al erg weinig effect bij de Geforce2 en daarnaast komt ook nog dat hij niet zoveel warmte produceerd dat het, het overclocken hindert:
Since the core temperatures of the GeForce 2 GTS are so much lower than those of the GeForce 256, we found in our Overclocking guide that heat is not the limiting factor in GeForce 2 GTS overclockablity. What this means is that rather than a card being able to overclock better or worse depending on its cooling method, almost all GeForce 2 GTS based cards will overclock almost identically no matter what type of heatsink and fan they use. Because heat is not an issue for the GeForce 2 GTS, the overly large heatsink does nothing more than add production cost and attract ill-informed consumers. This is shown by the card's ability to overclock to a 232 MHz core, right in the range that we have been able to overclock other GeForce 2 GTS based cards, regardless of cooling method. The one and only factor that effects overclockability in the GeForce 2 GTS is chip quality.
[...] This is not to say that the card is bad; not by any stretch of the word. The Leadtek WinFast GeForce 2 GTS proves its ability to play with the big boys by performing as well as competing products in many tests. The $10 video-out option is one of the least expensive video-out daughter cards we have seen, making the video-out powered card for $359 a very strong buy. The quality of the card is also up to par, as is shown by the clear 2D graphics and texts at resolutions as high as 1600x1200.