Planet Hardware heeft een review van de Elsa Erazor II, een van de weinig TNT kaarten met SGRAM geheugen.
Hier wat stuff uit de review:
he board itself is actually quite small for all the power it holds, and is noticeably smaller than the STB Velocity TNT board, to put it simply, you'll have no trouble finding room for this little morsel. Mounted on the TNT chipset is an incredibly small powered fan and heatsink combo, one thing I love about this board, since TNT is one of the hottest (temperature wise) chipsets on the market today. The board is mounted with 16 megs of SGRAM, which seems to be standard, although Elsa went with EtronTech 125MHz memory modules. 4 on front, 4 on back, 8 2MB modules to be exact. Elsa also decided to cut off TV-out from their end product, as some other companies have done as well, as most people never get around to utilizing it (including myself). But hey, if you want TV-out, there are plenty of other boards out there if you look.