Computer Gaming Review heeft een review van de Elsa Erazor III in elkaar gefloept. De kaart is alleen nog maar verkrijgbaar in de vanilla TNT2 versie op 125/150MHz. De overklokbaarheid is niet geweldig, volgens CGR:
You should be able to bump it up 15MHz for the graphics clock speed and memory clock but anything higher and it doesn't seem stable. Be warned: overclockers stay away. [break]Voor video-editing is-ie beter geschikt, het ding heeft 3 video inputs:[/break] They don't call this baby ViVo for nothing. The ERAZOR III has a total of 3 different video inputs, 1 for the higher quality S-Video and then 2 composite inputs and the same for video outputs. This allows for a wide variety of configurations with your TV, camcorder, etc. And to play with all these nice features are video editing tools. MainActor V3 (not Voodoo 3, silly! allows you to morph, blend, and dazzle your friends with all the cool effects to your videos. Definitely a big plus which helps the ERAZOR III stand out from a crowded market. ELSA also included a software DVD program, which is always a nice benefit if you'd like to watch DVD's on your PC. Not to mention ELSA bundles a variety of game demos which is nice because it lets you test out your new hardware but shouldn't affect the cost like a full version of a game, which most probably wouldn't care about. The TV-Out is also nice allowing for play up to 800x600. While typically I'd say this is a novelty feature, with all the added software ELSA's included to go along with the ERAZOR and the video input it adds nicely to the overall package.