Systemlogic heeft een review geplant van de Maxi Gamer Xentor. Het gaat hier om de vanilla-TNT2 versie op een snelheid van 135/166Mhz, iets hoger dan gebruikelijk. Uiteraard valt er dmv overclocking nog wat extra performance uit de kaart te halen:
I felt that this card should still have some juice left in it, so I decided to give it a little run for its money. I upped the card to 175/145, and luckily I had no problems with the card. I then tried getting the clock speed a little higher so I set it two 175/150 where I still wasn't getting any problems, but I noticed a slow down in some video in Quake 2, so I realized it was starting to get a little unstable. I then went all out and put it up to 185/165 to see if it could handle those speeds, which I then succesfully opened Quake 2, but froze after about 3 seconds into the game. Because Guillemot is known for using quality RAM, and using SGRAM for this card, helped all the better. Also because it was faster RAM then the recently reviewed Magic TNT2, it outperformed the other card in some benchmarks. Even being able to overclock the card to 175/150 is very good, and who knows what you can do if you have a TNT2 cooler.