Ga'ash Soffer van Voodoo Extreme heeft een review online gemikt van de Elsa Erazor X GeForce kaart. Dit beestje hebben we al vaak zat voorbij zien wandelen, dus hier maar gelijk de conclusie voor je:
The Erazor X is a high quality consumer product which can be readily had for around $230. While it is more expensive than Creative boards, the latter are becoming increasingly difficult to find. It is also important to remember that ELSA is based in Europe, which means availability in Europe (and perhaps price) is comparatively better than in the States. Furthermore, judging by the board I received, expect tremendous chip overclocking ability make this board a great value to those who are willing to do more than just scratch the surface.
The Erazor X is well done implementation of the latest technology. Boasting the first generation Transform and Lighting engine from NVIDIA, the Erazor X not only has exceptional potential for high polygon count games and professional applications; it's performance is only rivaled by other GeForce based solutions. The Voodoo3/3000 and TNT2 used in testing did not even come close to challenging the mighty Erazor X. Although performance is untouchable, 32bit performance is hampered by slow SDRAM. Still, the Erazor X manages a respectable 40+fps at 1024x768x32bit color (Quake3emo001). While, those who want 1024x768x32bit @ 60fps will have to wait for DDR GeForce solutions (such as the Erazor X2) or other future products, the Erazor X packs plenty of punch for months to come. And at $230, the performance is priced quite reasonably.