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Reviewed: Elsa Erazor 3 with Revelator Glasses
Manufacturer: Elsa
Product Type: Video Card
Price: $150
Overall Rating:
Provided By: Elsa
Author: Jeff Ruhnow       Date: October 11th 1999
Page: 1

Elsa has a history of making great video cards, and the Erazor name has been no exception. Elsa specifically reserved this name for cards with Nvidia chipsets, and with the release of the TNT2, they chose to continue the series and create another speed demon.  The Erazor displays itself as an above average card designed specifically for those who spend more hours on their computer than they do sleeping, eating and working.  This high-end accelerator has a lot to say for itself. First of all, it 128bit acceleration and 32bit color draw your eyes to detail on your monitor, which can now display more realistic effects than ever.  There's nothing slow about this card either, with a chip speed of 125mhz and 32 megs of ram running at 150mhz, this card wont be caught lagging. A few other good hardware features on the Erazor 3 are 24bit z buffer, 8bit stencil buffer, and its optimized 2D performance, which delivers industry leading Windows acceleration.  
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Added:  Monday, October 11, 1999
Reviewer:  Jeff Ruhnow
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