Reviews and Problems with EVGA e-GeForce 8600GTS Superclocked 256MB
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EVGA- top of the line
Nelson Yu, Amazon
14 January 2014
Summary: SLI-ed without any problems! works as expected until i have money to rebuild my rig from scratch. If you are on a budget like me or need a temporary fix until being able to afford a big upgrade.
Summary: This was a product we ordered was for my grandson's computer, and, unfortunately my grandson was given the wrong information as to what he required. It was discovered on receipt that this was the wrong product, and we requested a return for this. The seller was most gracious, and the return was approved, and returned. The process of effecting this return was smooth, and efficient, and we were both grateful to the seller for his expediency in this experience.
Summary: Decent card runs good enough on World of Warcraft with out noticing too much lag. of course I do have my graphics down so I am not running at 15fps on avg i run about 35-45fps when Doing something and around 50-73fps when idle. Overall this card id a good starter card but you would really want to upgrade the card after a few weeks or months.
Summary: I bought this to replace a virtually identical video card that had failed after 4-5 years in my desktop. It did the trick and performed as expected. Easy to install with just a few screws and it booted up like new. While no longer a cutting edge graphics card, it is a workhorse that delivers reliably.
Summary: It's exactly as described. I've had no issues with it. I was just a bit misled, I hoped putting this in SLI would enable me to play games on 3 screens, unfortunately that's not the case. But overall it's a great product.
Summary: I bought this card for 2 reasons: First, to fulfill a long postponed upgrade from single to dual/SLI configuration (I built my system at the beginning of 2007), and secondly, to satisfy my hunger for a 3-headed monitor array, without having to spend much more money for an AMD Eyefinity card. Needless to say both goals were easily achieved. This card, even not considering SLI, is perfectly able to handle most demanding games, despite having hit the market 5 years ago.