Gamespot UK heeft een review gepost van een pre-production sample van de Ultra TNT2:
Prices have not yet been announced by any of the board manufacturers, but it's expected that the cards will cost from between £150-£200. STB, who recently bought 3DFx, is already selling Voodoo 3-based cards for as little as £99 - although, in both PCI and AGP 2X versions. This could make it hard for the TNT2 boards to compete at the lower end of the market in terms of value for money, but if the likes of Creative and Diamond take up the TNT2 cause, the chip should well mount a serious assault on 3DFx's dominant position.
It's clear that if Nvidia does fail in its quest to dislodge 3Dfx from the top 3D graphics slot, it certainly won't be because TNT2-based cards aren't a match for Voodoo 3 in performance. We found the Ultra TNT2 VIP card offered super-image quality and excellent performance, while it was also easy to install and seemed to offer good driver support - at least for the relatively small number of games we tested it upon.