SystemLogic heeft weer een uitgebreide review gebakken van de Asus V3800 TVR Deluxe TNT2 kaart.Ook de 3D bril die erbij zit hebben ze getest. Als je een uitgebreide kaart met TV in en out zoekt, dit is een goede.
There is price to pay for the features that the ASUS V3800 TVR Deluxe provides, but the good news is that the premium isn’t that bad at all. Prices for the non-Ultra version approach the price of the faster TNT2-Ultra cards, but the sheer number of features that the V3800 has is justified. ASUS has put together a remarkably polished and very accessible package with the V3800 TVR Deluxe. The fact that they took the time to tweak the ease of use for the casual user will be much appreciated. Of course, not everyone is going to need all of the features that ASUS has packed in. It would be a waste of money to buy the TVR Deluxe version if you have no use for video in and out. For the users that fall into this category, I’d have to point you toward cheaper and faster cards. However, for the occasional video editing buff, or the avid console/PC gaming freaks (of which my sorry behind is part of), the idea of having a consolidated environment for playing and editing is very attractive. In the end, you get what you pay for with the V3800 TVR Deluxe, and you are getting a lot. ASUS also has a TNT2-Ultra version which will please the power users. If money were not a factor, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the TVR Deluxe series to everyone. As it stands, the V3800 TVR Deluxe is still a very well balanced card that is presented well for everyone but, at the same time, not a justified purchase for everyone.