Reviews and Problems with EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB
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Until these stop running current games, I will continue to use them
17 November 2012
Summary: These cards are great. I own 5 of them and they run great in SLI. I have them in 2 different machines. 1 machine I have them in an SLI configuration and they run great. The other machine I also have 2 of them in SLI with a 3rd one for dedicated physx. As of Call Of Duty Black ops, I can still run games on full detail at high resolutions with no problem.
Summary: I've had this video card on my gaming PC for 2 years now and it's never once failed or been unable to handle the highest settings on any games I play, (Battlefield Bad Co. 2, Crysis, COD). I have a quad core, 4GB RAM, 7/64bit, 27 inch Samsung LCD, and I handle EVERYTHING I can throw at this card. I keep thinking it's going to stop handling the newer games, but it keeps on punching. I'd buy 2 if I could right now...
Summary: I like this card for several reasons. First, this video card is a great bang for the buck. With 128 processing cores and 512MB of RAM this card screams! I already own one of these and just bought my second. I am looking forward to using them in SLI. I am additionally a huge EVGA Fan, but secondly the bullet holed gun metal styling on this card is quite stunning! These cards are used in my secondary computer that i've just been building for fun.
Summary: I ordered this card May 22, so I've been using it for little over a month now. This was an upgrade for me over the 8600GTS I was using. I have had no problems playing any game on full graphic settings including Crysis. Some people cant always say that, but I also invested in an X-Fi audio card that has its own CPU, and I tweak XP so it runs as fast as possible without needless other programs or services running in the background.
Probably the best deal you can get in the spring of 2008
AL G. "AL", Amazon
6 March 2008
Summary: First, this card is based on a new chip and is 40-50% faster than 8800GTS 640MB. Blame the wicked model numbering of NVidia. Second, comparing to 8800GT, it's two slotted with heated air blowed outside, not inside the PC case - good thing. Third, this particular EVGA model is a good deal - a bit overclocked (650 -> 670 Mhz) without being overly expensive. This is the best card you can get under 300 bucks at this moment.