f you have frequented our forums over the past year, you'd realize that the general concensus on this site is that Tom's testing methods are sound, which usually yields good data. You can usually accept his benchmark numbers as valid. However, Tom has demonstrated that he does not understand 3D accleration as much (technically) as we would like. This usually leads to Tom to draw some poor conclusions from that data which is otherwise good.
The TNT-Preview was no exception. When you compound this problem with the fact that the TNT-2 chip hasn't even been announced yet (read: nVidia doesn't even know what the final shipping specs will be), the stage is set for a disaster. My fears of "bad conclusions based on premature data" were confirmed after reading Tom's subtitle "NVIDIA has finally done it, 3Dfx has lost the crown as the performance leader in 3D!!"
De rest van het artikel borduurt in feite voort op 1 argument, namelijk dat nVidia de TNT2 nog steeds niet officieel gereleased heeft (inmiddels wel) en dat de uiteindelijke kloksnelheid niet bekend is, waardoor Tom's aannames dat het ding op 175MHz gaat draaien fout zouden zijn.