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Turtle Beach Montego II Quadzilla review

BXBoards heeft een korte review van de Montego 2 Quadzilla gepost. Dit is weer zo'n Aureal Vortex II kaart met quad speaker support.

First, the Montego II Quadzilla uses the A3D 2 chipset, just like the cards from Xitel, Diamond, and others. However, it differs in that Turtle Beach manufactures their own boards and the BIGGEST difference is that Turtle Beach doesn't use the reference design and drivers. This harkens back to the days of Canopus and 3DFX, when Canopus used it's own design for the Voodoo 1 & 2 which meant that while Canopus's custom drivers often offered a speed boost, gamers had to wait for the latest version when the reference drivers had long been released. The Montego II has the same benefits and shortcomings of this. While it uses a few higher quality parts, and it's drivers are more highly optimized, owners often have to wait for the latest drivers. Such was the case with the newest Aureal drivers (v.208), which have been available from Aureal since April 29th, came out for the Turtle Beach cards June 26th.

Door Tweakers

10-07-1999 • 19:10

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Bron: BXBoards

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