Bij Tom's Hardware Guide kun je een vergelijking vinden van de GeForce3, diverse GeForce2 varianten en de ATi Radeon DDR. Hij zet tevens alle nieuwe features nog even op een rij en legt kort uit wat deze inhouden. Naast de standaard Quake 3 results vind je er ook een benchmark terug van een op DirectX 8 gebasseerde game, AquaNox. Hier kan de GeForce3 een beetje laten zien wat hij in zijn mars heeft aldus Tom:
You have seen the scores and looked at the screen shots. GeForce3 is certainly an impressive product that provides excellent frame rates at high resolutions and partly even at full scene anti aliasing. However, you've got to pay some hefty $400 for it, which will leave it out of reach for the majority of PC-users.
Due to the fact that this review is rather late, I had the opportunity to read several other reviews of GeForce3 at other websites. Most of my colleagues don't consider GeForce3 worth its money right now, because there aren't enough games available that support its new fancy features. I can only partly agree. Although the chip is still brand new and not even quite yet available to the public, I found already four different game engines that support its features. It seems quite obvious that the game developers are itching to use GeForce3's new features in their upcoming games. It is certainly correct that 3D-games will remain playable without GeForce3's new features, but I am sure that you will be able to benefit from GeForce3's stunning graphics in games very soon.