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Reviewed: Elsa Gladiac
Manufacturer: Elsa
Product Type: Video Card
MSRP: $329
Required System: PII/K6, AGP 2/4X port, 32MB RAM
Reviewer's System: K6-3 450, 128MB Ram, Windows 98, DirectX 7.0a
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date:June 25th 2000
Page: 1

Product Review:

The new generation chipset from NVidia, the GeForce 2, went on sale on April 30th with the release of the Elsa Gladiac. Built almost exactly to the NVidia reference design, the Gladiac is a fast board set up primarily for those who are running insanely fast systems. The feature set is more or less a vanilla GeForce2 board; a shipping default of core clock 200MHz, 333 MHz memory, 32 MB of DDR SGRam, and no TV-in or TV-out (those are available on a daughtercard). Thankfully, however, Elsa has given an implementation that's pretty overclockable and delivers the GeForce 2's full power. An enhanced software bundle would have been nice, but Elsa offers the chance to pick from a few titles and buy them cheaply, or not, as you prefer.

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Added:  Sunday, June 25, 2000
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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