Best wel erg veel Banshee review de laatste tijd. Bij Sharky Extreme zijn ze onstopbaar en hebben ze een review van de Power Color (nooit van gehoord...) Evil Queen.
Hier wat spul uit de review:
One could call the Voodoo Banshee a consequence of segmentation, somewhat similar to Intel and their CPU strategy if you like. After all, 3Dfx Interactive is now a public company, thus money makes the world go around and all that. With a single Texture Memory Unit (TMU) the Voodoo Banshee product is certainly no Voodoo2 killer (funnily enough 3Dfx were the only ones not to issue a Voodoo2 killer press release?) and therefor not exactly the 'extreme' gaming board. On the other hand, it does the job intended, which is to give access to 3D gaming to the mid-range user along with an extremely solid 2D part. One could call it a cut-down version of the Voodoo2, minus some of the 'speed' but at a competitive price to suffice that fact. What entry-level and mid-range users get is a really cheap 2D/3D solution that performs really well in D3D with Glide thrown in for good measure. The fill rate of the Voodoo Banshee isn't exactly lighting quick by today's high-end standards. But for the everyday gamer, the setup of 4 million textured triangles/second means that it's no slouch. The Voodoo Banshee's chipset die is pretty full and what you get is a 128-bit 2D core GDI accelerator, with a 128 bit VGA and an integrated Voodoo2 pixel unit, along with the aforementioned single 3Dfx powered texture unit.