I've recompiled our comparison table to reflect all our reviewed boards.
|Product||Default Core/Memory Speed [MHz]||Core/Memory Cooling?||Video/DVI||Street Price|
|Absolute Multimedia GF2||200/333||Yes/Yes||None||$289|
|Creative Labs Annihilator 2||200/333||Yes/No||None||$289|
|AOpen PA-256 Pro||200/333||Yes/No||TV-out||$379|
|Asus AGP-V7700 GeForce2 GTS Pure||200/333||Yes/No||None||$289|
|ELSA Gladiac 32 MB||200/333||Yes/No||Optional Video In/Out (module)||$299|
|Gainward CARDExpert GF2||200/400||Yes/No||Optional||$400|
|Guillemot Prophet II GTS 32 MB||210/340||Yes/Yes||TV-out||$359|
Keep in mind that the street prices of each product can vary from area to area and also may change by the time of publication.
Drivers - Absolute Multimedia GeForce2 GTS
The AMM GF2 drivers are repackaged reference drivers so we won't bother wasting our time showing you the basic set of windows. For many of you this is not such a big deal being that you'll probably load the reference drivers anyhow. If you're a big fan of custom driver software, the only thing AMM is offering over reference is the ability to overclock without having to load special registry entries to get to the "cool bits" options.