Editor in Chief, Thomas Pabst
NVIDIA fans may have been questioning the ability of the GeForce2 chipset (see
Picking a true performance winner between the two is a debatable subject but going strictly by test scores, the GF2 64MB edges out the 64MB Radeon. One of the biggest issues found and explored (see
While that high-speed memory provided tremendous performance improvements, increased core speeds did nearly nothing. Gainward's failure to deliver an actual product with 5ns memory left the field open and Supermicro Systems (SUMA) has picked up the ball and put together a 5.5ns, memory-equipped GF2 product. With SUMA's Platinum GF2 GTS 64MB SE in my possession, I've decided to put the board through our rigorous testing and give you the scoop on this promising newcomer.