Reacting in a manner that
most of our readers would, upon seeing the word
“turbo” we at the AnandTech lab just knew we wanted that setting turned on. This being the case, the first thing that we did was to remove the jumper
preventing “turbo” operation, a seeming overcautious device that defaults
the card in a speed of 150/166 MHz, a bit over NVIDIA's suggested speed. We were all quite shocked (and equally pleased) when we saw that in turbo mode Gigabyte choose a default setting of 170/180, speeds that easily rival those of the Ultra. A beautifully laid out configuration utility provided the means to everything that we at AnandTech look for: over clocking utilities, color adjustments, Direct3D settings, OpenGL settings, the works. Rather than publish benchmarks over and over again, check out our TNT2-Pro review for complete test benchmarks.
The taskbar settings provided easy access to all commonly used features.
Overclocking could not be easier.
The standard color adjustment screen.
D3D settings could be easily changed and tweeked.
The OpenGL settings are sufficient for must users.