Computer Games Online heeft een review klaarliggen van de Hercules 3D Prophet DDR-DVI GeForce videokaart. De kaart wordt hier vergeleken met een Baseline TNT2 Ultra videokaart, helaas geen overclocking resultaten.
The 3D Prophet delivers the same superb level of image quality we've come to expect from GeForce-based products. Colors are clean and texture filtering is very good. DVD playback quality is excellent, and the included Xing DVD player software works quite well. Driver stability is also quite good, with no weird conflicts or crashes evident after lots of testing (at least, no more than we normally see from buggy games or windows errors).
This is the Rolls Royce of video cards, in a way. It's based on the fastest video chip around with DDR memory, and includes both a DVI connector and TV output. You've got to pay through the nose for it, though. After the $20 mail-in rebate the card still costs $300, and there's no value added from the skimpy software bundle, which consists of DVD player software and demos for four already released Ubi Soft games. If you're building a no-holds-barred, price-is-no-object machine, this is the card to put in it. Most users will probably rather go with something a little more economical, though.