Reviews and Problems with Asus EN8800GT/G/HTDP/512M
Showing 1-4 of 4
2 weeks ago
Summary: Asus and Nvidia have teamed up for a compelling midrange 3D graphics card with this EN8800 GT. It doesn't completely dominate a less expensive card from ATI like we'd hoped, so players of certain games should stay away. But if you can find this card for a good price, we recommend it, especially if you intend to use two of them.
Pros: Strong performance on many 3D game titles without an exorbitant price tag; single-slot design simplifies installation; includes Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts ; PCI Express 2.0 support keeps this card viable for future upgrades.
Cons: Market scarcity has driven the price higher; not as fast on some games as less expensive cards from ATI.
G92 takes the stage - ASUS EN8800GT 512MB video card review
25 March 2012
Conclusion: When we first looked at boards based around NVIDIA's G80 architecture, we found it hard to find much to criticise about it - Between its levels of performance, image quality, and overall feature set, it really was tough to find anything negative to say about it. Even the release of ATI's Radeon HD 2000 series didn't really dampen our enthusiasm for NVIDIA's offerings, despite their rivals addition of HDMI support as standard and some other interesting innovations which...
Summary: Asus really have proved themselves today that they aren’t going to sit in the corner and just let anybody take the crown for making excellent quality graphics cards! The EN8800GT performs very well in most situations and will provide satisfaction for those power hungry gamers wanting the best out of their gaming rigs!