GamePC legde 5 GeForce kaarten op elkaar en vroeg zich af welke de beste was. Onder de kandidaten bevinden zich de Guillemot 3D Prophet, VisionTek GeForce 256 (ken ik niet), Asus V6600 Deluxe, Creative Labs Annihilator en Hercules 3D Prophet DDR-DVI:
> All in all, we were pleased with the performance of all the GeForce cards, but the card that really knocked our socks off was the Asus V6600 Deluxe. In many tests, it performed very close to the DDR board we tested it against, and oh my, it's got all the extra's you'll ever want. We can't wait to get our grubby mits on Asus's V6800 DDR Deluxe board, if it holds the same level of quality that the V6600 does, it will be the board to get.
The DDR we tested in the mix tested very good, and it seems Guillemot has a winner on it's hands with this card. We would have liked to see a custom designed DDR board, but Guillemot and Creative have been in a race to see which company could get their DDR board out first, and such didn't decide to take time to design the boards themselves. Nvidia is riding out the millenium in style, and on top. We would have loved to seen some new 3dfx and S3 parts by the season's end, but the forces that be have allowed Nvidia to be the only game in town. This is just the tip of the iceberg for the GeForce chipset, remember how many TNT2 cards came out within the last year? Expect twice that with the GeForce, every company in the world will put out SDR and DDR GeForce cards, and why not? It's a fantastic chip which is being well received worldwide, it's just too bad Nvidia pegged it with such an annoying name.