Die Anand maakt (p)reviews aan de lopende band, nu weer eentje van de Asus V3800 TVR. Benchmarks ontbreken, maar hij heeft het wel over de overklokbaarheid van de kaart:
Hereís the million dollar question, how far did it overclock? The 125MHz core made it up to 150MHz reliably, however 155MHz and 160MHz did exhibit a few stability issues after running numerous Quake 2 crusher tests for a few hours straight. The SGRAM did not overclock nearly as well as the core did (for obvious reasons, 7ns SGRAM wasnít meant to be run too far above 150MHz) as it only hit 160MHz without instantly crashing under Quake 2. With 150/160 being the stable maximum of the V3800, itís obvious that the board wasnít intended to compete with 175/200MHz boards floating around, but it does its job at holding down the competition at the 125/150 non-Ultra level.
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The performance of the V3800 is on-par with that of the Diamond and Hercules boards at the same clock frequencies, so there is no point in re-publishing the wheel with more benchmarks. AnandTech will be rounding up all of the TNT2 cards that have come into the lab and will compare the performance of the individual cards in that roundup, but for now, performance shouldnít be your top concern in looking for the TNT2 board thatís right for you. Features, overclockability, quality, and price are the four pillars that should support your TNT2 buying decision.