Bij Computer Gamers Online is een review te vinden rondom ATi's dual Rage Fury Pro setup, de ATi Rage Fury MAXX. Hieronder een plak:
The card we tested was definitely a beta product. Image quality was usually pretty good and the card was generally stable, but some textures in Unreal Tournament popped in and out and there were similar problems with 3DMark 2000. Other programs, like Quake III Arena, ran flawlessly. There is still plenty of time for ATI to tweak and improve the performance and stability of their drivers, and of course, for their competition to do the same. When the card is released January, ATI will have to contend with similarly-priced GeForce cards using faster DDR memory, which might close the performance gap between the two cards at high resolutions in 32bit color. From what we've seen so far, ATI is providing power-gamers with an excellent product with the Rage Fury MAXX. It's definitely not a card for the casual gamer with a slower computer, but it should provide those with fast machines with some of the fastest frame rates and best image quality around. Even if it doesn't end up leading the pack, it won't be far behind.