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ELSA Gladiac GeForce2 GTS Pro 64MB
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Author: wilfred
Date of review: 08-August-2001
Type Of Review: Videocards

Really, the suspect in custody today needs no introduction. It only got "bad-der" and bolder. Not all of you will know what it is like to have one in captivity, since it is not out in the wild yet.

Last time, Wymun was the first amongst our editors to get a taste of the performance that the GeForce2 GTS Pro chips were capable of. Yet, since then, NVIDIA's very differentiated product line-up is still topped by its GeForce3 offering, followed behind by the GeForce2 Ultra and then the rendition reviewed here. Things have not changed very much - a good thing for some, whilst a bad thing for others.

The prices of the GeForce3 and GeForce2 ULTRAs remain high. So from the standpoint of performance with an extra dose of value, the GeForce2 GTS Pro represents an excellent purchase.

Then, as if to complicate the situation further, variants of the GTS Pro arrived such as this - one bearing 64MB of 5ns DDR SDRAM.

Let us examine if the extra memory will contribute significantly to speeding things up, at all, to warrant the extra costs involved.

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