Gamer's Alliance heeft een review gepost van de Hercules Dynamite TNT. Sinds een paar dagen heb ik deze kaart ook en ik ben er erg tevreden over, net zoals Jeff van GaGames:
I will not waste any time here, this card is simply the most responsive/stable and lively card I have ever installed into my system. (I have never had another TNT in MY system but I have had my share of newer cards) Since installation, I have logged hours upon hours of gaming death upon it, and have yet to have any crash or instability with the exception of one, but that was quickly taken care of by the game company, so it was not hardware related. The Windows 2D is sharp and crisp on my 19 inch monitor even at the highest supported refresh rates. (And I am sure that my system is quite beneath the card's overall potential) Want to try some Quake 2? I will illustrate to you what I have going on now. At 32 bit high color 1152 x 864, I have my MS word open writing this document, Gamespy 3D in a window, and Quake 2 screams at 1024x768 in a nice opengl window on my desktop, and my system feels like it is purring. I did my own fps benchmarks and I can get Quake 2 to around 40 fps on my Celeron 266 oc'ed to 400 in demo2.dm2 (at 1024 x 768). The Direct3d performance for me was excellent, as it ran my favorite D3D game really well. For me this card has been nothing but a dream come true in regards to how it performs for the applications that I use, as well as for it simply "working" all the time. (I do realize that performance on the various TNT's on the market is quite comparable, but I guess I have to say that this card is no exception.)
Alle reviews zijn positief. De Dynamite TNT haalt zelfs de tweede plaats in de TNT Comparison van Tom.