Nope, we zijn er nog steeds niet van af. 3D Spotlight heeft nog even een review van Guillemot's Ultra TNT2 kaart online gekwakt, de Maxi Gamer Xentor 32. Hier heb je het gedeelte over de overklokbaarheid, die wel OK is.
I already had an utility for overclocking TNT/2 cards called TNTClk which had worked great other times, so I opened up that first, curious as to what it said. I noticed that the defaults were set to 170 Core and 183 Memory. I noticed on Guillemot’s website that the Xentor had its own Overclocking utility called Power Sprinter. Without overclocking the card I quickly downloaded the program and tried my success with Power Sprinter.
When I set the Core and Memory to the defaults with this program they were 150mhz for the core and 183mhz for the memory… don’t you think that’s strange? I thought so. Maybe it was that Guillemot had to get their clock settings back to ULTRA TNT2s default as some other manufacturers have done due to NVIDIA’s request, not sure of that though, website specs that could be updated still say, "175 MHz core chip speed".
With messing around with the clock settings for about thirty minutes I left the core at 175 MHz and I got the memory up to 200 MHz. I tried different settings for overclocking the Xentor 32, I could push it up to 175/210mhz but a lot of artifacts started showing in Quake2 so after tweaking it a bit I found 175/200mhz was the best stable overclock I could get.