De Super 7 Hardware Guide heeft een review van de Creative Labs Graphicsblaster TNT en heeft uiteraard gekeken hoe het ding zich gedraagt in een Socket7 systeempie:
While Creative's TNT based card generated slightly lower benchmark scores than those rendered by the Viper 550, I am still favorably impressed by both the stability and included utilities and have no reservations whatsoever bestowing our Super7 Award on this TNT based graphics card. Creative offers pretty good tech support and if you have to call you won't sit on hold for long but most major problems are covered well in the excellent user's guide. The Blaster Control applet, as I say, can help you to generate higher benchmark scores but they can cost you a bit in the image quality department. To make sure that the card was indeed stable on all super7 based systems I tossed it into a system incorporating ALI's Aladdin V chipset (Iwill XA100 Plus) and ran it for a few days without any major problems, however the smaller L2 cache can account for a very minor performance hit. With prices for the retail box as low as $130.00 on the web, the money is well spent. Especially if you intend further upgrades as 1999 wears on. Super7 users will really see a performance increase with the release of the K6-3 just over the horizon.