Elsa Gladiac GeForce2 GTS Reviews
Product Type: Elsa graphic cards
Description:Model ID 00534 / ELSA GLADIAC GeForce2 GTS - Graphics adapter - GF2 GTS - AGP 4x - 32 MB DDR SGRAM - bulk / Launch your 3D games in a new, unsurpassed display quality with the Elsa GLADIAC GeForce2 GTS. Featuring the NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS, the second generation of GeForce ... more
Elsa Gladiac GeForce2 GTS ... graphics processors, the Elsa GLADIAC offers a further drastic reduction in CPU workloads. The integrated transform & lighting unit takes over both polygon and lighting computations; four new HyperTexel pipelines now transmit dual texture data simultaneously in a single cycle; per-pixel shading makes the representation of materials and other details appear even more natural than before. At the same time, the high-end memory with top-performance Double Data Rate RAM guarantees that the GeForce2 GTS can rapidly transfer the large amounts of data required. Caution! The result is a tangibly realistic 3D quality that can lead to fanaticism bordering on insanity!
Newest Review: ... of Geforce 2 GTS cards for £150 (second-hand but with 1 year warranty) so I got a card from Elsa, a Gladiac 32mb DDR Geforce ... more
Customer Elsa Gladiac GeForce2 GTS Reviews (4)
by - written on 18/05/01, updated on 18/05/01
A good, if short-term, investment - Advantages: Speed - Disadvantages: Price
by - written on 27/03/01, updated on 13/03/02
Having built my own pc based around AMD's value for money Athlon 900 chip, I was disappointed with my Pc's 3d performance. Every magazine and website had recommended the Geforce 2MX card, which I had bought for £99. Benchmarking the card using 3DMark 2000 gave scores of 4300 and CPU scores of 437 (which seemed low for an Athlon 900). Some of the FPS games had poor frame rates and so probing with a diagnostics suite revealed that video bandwidth was kind of limited. Some research into the Geforce 2mx showed me that it is a "cut-down" 2GTS in that it has two render pipelines instead of four, and other modifications that reduce bandwidth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/01, updated on 12/02/01 (Very useful, 71 readings)
There are a few factors that can make a PC run quickly and slowly and the video card is one of them. Having used NVidia based products for around 2 years now, from the faithful TNT to the TNT2 Ultra, the GeoForce was the next logical step. Since upgrading to this card I hadn't noticed too much difference to the games I was playing. That was until I turned up the screen resolution. Imagine running Quake 3 in 1600x1200 on a mere 600Mhz PC. Well, it is possible, thanks to the Gladiac. Producing some of the fastest and smoothest graphics you're likely to see, coupled with fantastic OpenGL support, you're not likely to find a better ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/00, updated on 22/11/00 (Very useful, 170 readings)
What a card! I recently witnessed this card in action, and i have to say i was VERY impressed. Installation was a doddle, with the drivers working streaight out of the box, which makes a change! The card offers outstanding performance in all the games i tested it on, including quake3, UT and others all at high resolutions. The card is a little expensive but you do get value for money. The card runs very well in 2d mode aswell as 3d mode. Also an added bonus is the fact that elsa also have 3d glasses in thier product range which work with all of their cards, and when combining them with this card, wow! the speed and graphics are amazing! ... Read the complete review
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