Creative 3D Blaster Annihilator 2 Reviews
Product Type: Creative graphic cards
Newest Review: ... an upgrade from an existing GeForce 256 or GF 2 MX. Well worth the money. Plus the Creative Tech Support is VERY good! and ... more
Customer Creative 3D Blaster Annihilator 2 Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/11/00, updated on 10/11/00 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Theres no doubting that this is one hell of a quick card. It is on a par just about with what in my opinion is the best buy graphics card of the moment, the ATI Radeon. In the benchmarks i've seen, the Radeon nicks it in some areas and the GeForce 2 nicks it in other areas, however the Radeon is a lot cheaper and therefore in my opinion nicks it overall, despite both being the same for speed. You can get several variations of the GeForce 2 at the moment. Theres a 32 Mb AGP, 64 Mb AGP and probably the most controversial of all, the 32 Mb AGP GeForce 2 MX. This is a cut down version of the GeForce 2 and can be picked up for around £110-00. This is a good price for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/00, updated on 25/06/00 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I am an avid gamer, so graphics are very important to me, as the higher your FPS (frames per second), the higher the chance of being able to frag, bag and tag. After buying my brand new PC from Dell, I was very happy, except the included video card wasn't impressive at all. So, after putting up with it for over 12 months, I went out and bought a GeForce... I plugged it in, and after easy installation I was gaming away online. The graphics were absolutely stunning! I was amazed at how incredibly detailed the Half-Life world can be with a good graphics backbone behind it. But, being a power-hungry freak like I am, I needed more speed... I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/00, updated on 23/02/01 (Very useful, 243 readings)
The Geforce 2 is a monster of a card and the FPS will be matched by no other at the moment. It is however currently wasting some of its capability. The memory bandwidth is not enough to cope with the top speed of the card. This means that the peak fill rate can't be achieved if the textures are retrieved from the memory. You will not notice the difference in today’s games and maybe not in the next gen games, but its something that Nvidia has improved in the Geforce 2 Ultra version. The memory speed has to be increased faster than 6ns which would cost them a fortune at the moment, hence the cost of the Geforce 2 Ultra. It has all the other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/01, updated on 05/12/01 (Useful, 46 readings)
I purchased my Creative Labs GeForce 2 GTS about 18 months ago. And it still out performs the majority of video cards on the current market *cough* Radeon Sucks *cough*. Performance is brilliant. Out of the box the Creative GeFroce 2 GTS is a pretty average card, but with a little time and effort you can transform it into a beast. I get about 90+ fps in Quake 3 Fortress/Arena consistently at 1024x768 resolution, I very rarely get slow downs. Overall this is a very good card if you are looking for an upgrade from an existing GeForce 256 or GF 2 MX. Well worth the money. Plus the Creative Tech Support is VERY good! and the general web community is good too. You will never . Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/00, updated on 29/11/00 (Useful, 39 readings)
The Ge-Force 3d graphics cards are the best for any gamer. These ranges of card are the fastest available and will out perform any currently available on the market including the Voodoo 5 series. The main reason that these graphics are currently the best are: 1: Many have the faster and larger, normally 32mb DDR, which stands for Double Density RAM (Random Access Memory) so that more 3D information can be kept within the card. 2. Fast clock speeds meaning that more information can be processed at high speeds keeping the graphical frame rate high 3:-The Ge Force graphic cards have a separate 3D Processor contained on the card, easing ... Read the complete review
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