Singapore Hardware Zone heeft een review van de Asus V3400TNT AGP. Die naam zegt wel zo'n beetje wat erin zit.
Hier wat over de performance:
D performance is way below par for a TNT but the Canopus Spectra running on the same system scored very much higher, therefore the Asus drivers have to mature further. 3D is on par with the Canopus Spectra TNT and can improve but this is due to the Super-7 motherboard and K6-2 chip used. Using a P2 system of the same speed, you'll see much higher performance. From the results, a super-7 system owner is better off buying a Banshee based card unless one is buying a video-card to keep for sometime to come, in which the more powerful TNT can be better utilised when the super-7 owner upgrades later on.
For overclockers, you can push up the core speed up to 110Mhz and the ram up to 125Mhz using Power-Strip. It's stability is a bit flaky at this speed. Beyond this speed for either the ram or core, your games will crash very quickly. There's no option in the the ASUS utilities to overclock the card.