Tweak3D heeft z'n Riva TNT Tweak Guide geupdate. Erg handige info voor TNT gebruikers.
Er zit ook wat algemene info over de diverse TNT planken:
Are you looking for the right TNT to purchase? Go for the cheapest one! (unless you want the Canopus board).
The Canopus sticks out because it costs a bit more.. but it does have very nice Tv-out and a cooling fan. Some say that it isn't great for overclocking, but I had a great experience with it. This is my personal favorite TNT.
The Diamond should be avoided (I believe) because their TNT doesn't offer anything over the other brands, and their boards are generally more expensive than Creative Labs or STB. If you can find the Diamond card for cheaper, go for it. Diamond had a bad reputation for not updating their drivers with the Riva 128 boards, however.
The STB is a great card for a couple reasons. If you are looking for more of a retail package for a bit more $ than the Creative Labs card it is a nice choice. Other than that, the card does not have anything extra worth paying a lot of money for. Take away the software bundle and the card is a standard TNT..
The Creative Labs card is good because it is cheap and can usually overclock well. The card can be purchased for much cheaper than the others using the TNT, and many people don't need the games that the others come with.
The ASUS TNT-TV has the best features so far; editing, TV-tuner, TV-Output, onboard fan, etc. However, it costs a lot more and does not have as good of performance. The ASUS TNT is the same as the other cards, and costs around the same too.
If you live outside the US then other brands like Elsa may be right for you. Again, like I said, go for the cheapest TNT you can find unless you are willing to spend more.
Tweak3D heeft trouwens ook nog een pagina over TNT Cooling (heatsinks op je TNT bouwen enz.).