GA-Source heeft een review gepost van de Elsa Erazor X met 32Meg 5,5ns SDR SDRAM. Hier een stukje over de overklokbaarheid van deze op 120/166MHz geklokte GeForce kaart:
We were wondering how much extra performance could we squeeze out on this baby. With the extra large heatsink and 183MHz rated memory the results should be pretty good. We decided to bump up the speed in small steps. First Memory, then core clock. We ran a round of TreeMark with 8 lights with Q2 demo to see if we can detect any texture tearing/swapping. 170 MHz for memory was very uneventful, 175 doing well. At 180 we still could not notice any texture problems. 183 was a different story, we could see clusters of colored circles everywhere in the background when running TreeMark and Q2. We stepped down to 182 but there were still some artifacts left. 181 MHz turned out to be the "best" speed for the memory settings. Ok we turned the memory back down to 166 MHz and started to play around with core speed. 125 was without problems. 130 still doing well. However, anything over 130 increased the amount of texture tearing we experienced earlier. At 135 MHz the whole screen was flashing with textures and artifacts.