Bij CTNews is een review te vinden van de Guillemot 3D Prophet GeForce 256 kaart. In de review staan vrij veel benchmarks met o.a. een Annihilator en een Voodoo3 3000. Hieronder een hap uit de conclusie:
We loved the 3D Prophet. There is a bunch of competition for it. We have looked at the Annihilator (Go here for that) and are going to review the ASUS V6600 Deluxe soon. We still haven't seen a Savage 2000 card (Diamonds Viper II) that ran correctly on all the games we want it to handle. They aren't likely to take the performance crown away from the GeForces anyway. Because it seems that this GeForce GPU has the horse power to pull any game that is out now. We tried it in Unreal Tournament at some crazy high resolutions like 1600x1280x32-bits to see if it would choke. As it turns out it's got a few soft spots, but with a driver update and the Guillemot and the cool overclocking utility you can really make this baby swing!
The only real downside to the Prophet is it doesn't have DDRAM. It will costs less than one of those will. The performance is really quite good. The last question is, do you replace your present video card for the Prophet? The answer is blowin' in the wind. As in how much money do you want to spend? At 250+/- dollars this isn't an easy choice. TNT2 Ultra owners might look at it, but there is no need. Matrox G400 owners might look at the DDR version or the NV15's coming in 6-8 months. Voodoo 3 owners might want the better looking 32-bit color and the speed increase over the 3500 is worth a check mark.