Jeremy van AGN Hardware heeft een review van de Creative 3D Blaster TNT2 Ultra gepost. Zoals veel andere Ultra TNT2 kaarten draait dit ding standaard op 150/183Mhz, maar dat kan uiteraard opgekrikt worden met oc-proggies zoals Powerstrip:
The Creative TNT2 Ultra seems to be just fine for the overclocking loving public, by offering the ability for 183MHz for the core and 210MHz for the memory. Creative only offers a slider for adjusting the memory timing with their drivers, but access to Powerstrip or any other tweaking program with support for the TNT2 can change that. I played around with Powerstrip and had the core up to 190MHz and the memory up to 220, a speed that seemed to have been working. This turned out not to be true though as I was left with a lockup while running 3Dmark 99Max. I then moved down the speeds to 183MHz/210MHz, speeds that proved to be quite stable. Even after leaving 3Dmark 99 Max in demo mode overnight, the computer was still working with no lockups the next morning. Overall the 3D Blaster Ultra seems to be performing as good as the Hercules Dynamite TNT2, for those of you overclocking lovers out there.
Op zich is 183/210 niet slecht, maar de Dynamite TNT2 blijft toch de snelste (die haalt rond de 190/225MHz).