Op Coolinfo vond ik een link naar een review van de Magic TNT op Sharky Extreme. Hier is wat stuff:
The Sharky Extreme test lab has already tested numerous nVidia TNT based boards from the likes of Diamond, STB and Hercules. But what about little known Taiwanese board manufacturer's, Skywell technology? They also make a TNT based product don't you know? Thus we've taken a long hard look at one of their Magic TNTs to see just how it stands up against the other 'branded' TNTs. Just to make sure you know what you're getting with the Magic TNT, take a look below at the Specs list. You'll quickly see that the list matches almost any other TNT and that's because it's a straight reference design.
As the Magic TNT is based on nVidia's reference design, there's no TV-out at all. Neither is there any resemblance of a fancy onboard fan, or any Witchdoctor capabilities to speak of. But don't let these facts deter you from the MagicTNT. It's not an undesirable product- the TNT doesn't really require a fan and who cares about TV-Out anyway? What you do get it a rather small AGP card with 16Mb SDRAM spread out over eight 2Mb memory chips which are capable of memory speeds of up to 125Mhz and of course the TNT processor itself which still has a heat-sink slapped on it.