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"As briefly explained earlier, Elsa is a company known for exceptionally good drivers."

What's in the box?

  • ELSA GLADIAC gaming accelerator board
  • Installation CD ROM with on-line users manual
  • Hard-copy installation manual (which is only one photo-copied page)
  • Software drivers for Windows 95 & 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0
  • Windows utilities including ELSA Winman Suite and ELSA Advanced Settings
  • 6 year service warranty
  • Optional GLADIAC video-in and video-out module available
  • ELSA provides Plug and Play ease-of-installation


Installation of the card went off without a hitch. I simply plugged the card into the AGP slot on our test-bed computer's Mainboard, booted up, and loaded the driver disk when prompted. The only problem that I come across was the loss of AGP 2x due to the fact that we were using a FIC SD11 mainboad. If anybody has any idea how to fix this, please drop me a line (yes I have tried the registry hack, and have the latest version of everything).


As briefly explained earlier, Elsa is a company known for exceptionally good drivers. They continue that trend by putting the same level of quality into this card's set of drivers as they do with all their products. The drivers that I used while testing this card were based on the Nvidia's 5.20 Detonator II drivers. All desired features were there; Full Scene Anti-Aliasing (FSAA), the D3D and OpenGL tweaking panel, gamma correction, information tabs, and of course a core/memory overclocking utility.




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