Reviews and Problems with EVGA e-GeForce 8600GTS Superclocked 256MB
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EVGA - twice burned by their crap!
Steve Lawson "steve42lawson", Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: I had the 8600 version of this. It worked great...when it worked -- but, crapped out after about a year of use! I took it apart, which revealed a rather kludgey heat-sink design (apparently the same design as the 8800GTS, judging by the photo).
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 upgraded from an old AGP GF6800GTS. I know that the GTX version of this card is supposed to be awsome as well, but let me tell you that I cranked up everything on WOW and nary a stutter or slowdown. For the price, this is a fantastic card that plays everything I have at max settings flawlessly.
Summary: I would give this card 5 out of 5 last year. In this price range which I paid around $330, this card has the best performance/dollar ratio. However, recent release 8800GT took away the spotlight. Below is the summary. 8800GT 512mb is no doubt faster than 8800GTS 640mb.
Summary: I have got very good performance out of this card, even I have an old cpu install I got to run incredible games on my card, my favority Dirt, witch I could run without this Card since that game require shader 3 or 4 that this card is capable.
Summary: Great performing card. With two cards: Runs everything with the exception of Crysis on highest possible settings. Crysis can be put on high but not very high if you want a decent frame rate. Card runs extremely hot, need good airflow.