Reviews and Problems with BFG 8800 GTS OC 640MB PCIe
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I would recommend to do more research and get a better card
9 August 2009
Excerpt: I have had this graphics card now for roughly two years. It has been able to run most games that have come out in those years on full settings, excluding very graphics hungry games like Crysis and Grid; but will still play them. The fact that it comes overclocked by BFG was a big selling point for me, as I knew if I tried to do it manually I would probably break it. However, there are some issues with this graphics card. The first fact is that it gets hot.
Worth a buy if you're not too bothered about future-proofing your PC
6 July 2009
Excerpt: The 8800 GTS is a now a fairly dated graphics card, it was released by Nvidia back in 2007. Back in 2007 I decided to build my own PC - as I like to play games and use 3d modelling programs It needed to be powerful and have a lot of graphical processing power under its hood. After a lot of research in to graphics cards I realised that the choice would end up being from either ATI or Nvidia. I chose this card.
If your looking for a mid range gamers gpu this card is the only one to get
26 February 2009
Excerpt: Today it seems like companies are releasing a bigger and better graphics card every single day. It can be very frustrating when you fork out lots of cash (around £450 to today's standard) for a top of the range graphics card. To be honest I really don't see the point in saving up that money a blowing it on that kind of graphics card when in the next week or so something better is going to be on the market and it leaves you wishing you would of waited.