Alex van Sharky Extreme heeft een review van de Creative Labs 3D Blaster Annihilator op z\'n site geplaatst:
Before you all rush out and buy a 3D Blaster Annihilator, is there anything to think about? Sure there is… As with any SDRAM based GeForce 256, it's not going to be the 'fastest 3D card' on the market for long. One can already pre-order the more expensive DDR-SGRAM GeForce 256 and Creative is also set to release a 'PRO' version of the Annihilator.
Bear in mind that Diamond is also set to release a cheaper Savage 2000 based Viper II by the end of this month. This board has already shown that it can compete in some arenas very well and also has hardware T&L capabilities (more on this one next week folks). Then there's the new darkhorse in ATI and their Aurora (which is also due out before the end of the year.
Thus as a consumer, you're faced with the same old story. Think of this analogy (shamelessly stolen from The Clash)- Should I stay (a TNT2 Ultra) or should I go (dump the TNT2U in favor of a GeForce SDRAM) now, if I stay there will be trouble (can't play T&L games with a decent fps), if I go it will double (after spending $250 the Savage 2000 & Aurora end up being faster). Complicated? Maybe so, but it's never been an easy task for the consumer who turns up at his/her local Fry's only to be \'pounced' upon by a 'know it all' salesperson.