Anand heeft weer eens een nachtje overgeslagen en heeft voor ons een TNT2 roundup. Als je nog twijfelt welke TNT2 kaart je neemt moet je zeker eens een kijkje gaan nemen.
Unlike motherboards, TNT2 based graphics cards are not as tailored to a particular user’s needs as manufacturers would like them to be. The fact of the matter is that most TNT2s are the same, the main differences being default clock speed, cooling methods, overclocking potential, drivers/support, and software bundle. The latter is probably one of the least important factors you’ll have to take into consideration, as the value of a software bundle is a very subjective factor in any buying decision involving a video card. Luckily there is a solution, AnandTech rounded up a handful of the most popular TNT2 based boards, regardless of clock speed, and used them as both a helpful aid and example of what to look for in a TNT2 board. With the amount of OEMs out there manufacturing TNT2 based products, a comparison of every last TNT2 board would be a little overboard, however with a little extrapolation on the part of you, the consumer, making a buying decision based on the performance of the boards compared here shouldn’t be a difficult task.