RivaTNT2 32T - Page 6
The card is well constructed and does not look
like a generic noname. Drivers support is top-notched as
would all reference boards. So such is the pity, because
going by the 6 month product cycle of companies, this card
delivers dated performance.
There is nothing
wrong with this card at all. In fact, had the card been
released at a much earlier date, it could have seen some
demand. Aztech should be doing well if it's bundling this
as an OEM card within systems, but I'm not sure how much
hardcore DIY-ers will endear themselves to this.
In any case, if
you are on a shoe-string budget for Q3 gaming, the Aztech TNT2
still delivers enough punch to see you through. It doesn't
hurt that I really like the build quality over some other
OEM cards I have come to handle. Makes you sleep easier?