Planet Hardware heeft een review gebakken van de Gainward CARDEXpert TNT, een tamelijk onbekende TNT kaart. Het ding is uitgerest met 16Meg SGRAM, wat 'm erg overklokbaar maakt:
he actual board layout isn't all surprising, it's almost identical to the layout of STB's Velocity 4400 TNT board, but not quite as wide. The board is equipped with 7ns Hyundai memory chips, (2x8) 16 megs total of SGRAM. We won't get into the whole SGRAM vs. SDRAM argument, but I can say this, this SGRAM is top-quality, in fact, I've never seen TNT ram that has the ability to be overclocked so much (can we say 135 MHz memory clock?). Other than the ram modules, Gainward decided to put a nice big fan/heatsink combination on the TNT chipset, which it about twice the size of the similar fan/heatsink combination from Elsa on their Erazor II. The board I received didn't have TV-out implemented, but Gainward has specs on their page for a version of the board with S-Video and Digital TV output plugs.