Kwam net een mailtje tegen in mijn Outlook van Hilbert Hagedoorn die meldde dat hij op Guru3D een review heeft gepost van de GigaByte GA GF2560 GeForce SDR videokaart met S-VHS output. Hieronder een gedeelte:
Has gigabyte released this product too late ? I honestly can't tell. To this editors humble opinion it should have been in the stores in December 1999 around Christmas. Also an unexpected factor that has become a trend in this series videocard is the usage of DDR (Double Data Rate) memory. There is a huge demand for DDR based card however Gigabyte did not (yet) engage this option. Therefore the GF2560 is targeted at the low-cost market. It's is an overall SDR GeForce card which performs about the same as all other SDRAM based GeForce videocards. It's a good and stable product. We like that our version has a S-VHS output. We were able to tweak the card up-to a core of 148 MHz without any extra/additional cooling. (at default 120 MHz).
The manual is great, it explains all install instructions detailed with pictures and clear text, if you run into a problem you can be sure you will find the answer in this manual. We also like the fact that this product comes with a Full version of Need For Speed III.
In total, the price for this product is really good. You pay about $220-$230 US for this card. Besides this you'll get good driver, tech support and of course a high-quality and highly overclockable videocard.