Summary: IM A PC TECH MY SELF FOR OVER 17 YEARS I HAVE BUILT OVER 70 GAMING RINGS,I OWN 7 MYSELF AN THE BEST ONE IS MY ANTEC 900 Q6600 QUAD-CORE 8 GB RAM NFORCE EVGA 780 3 WAY SLI WITH 3 8800 GTS 640 MB CARDS,NOW ONE IS ALL U NEED I RUN THE HARDEST GAME CRYSIS ON JUST ONE AN GET 47 FPS THAT IS SAYING...
Summary: I have had nothing but good things from this card. Its reliable, fast, and stays cool. Unlike the original 8800GTS 640mb superclocked which had 96 stream processors, the 8800 SSC edition has 112 stream processors. On battlefield 2142, I get an average of 85 frames per second.
Summary: I bought this card on May 2008 for $130 in amazon. My previous card was a 7900GS. The upgrade was noticeable. This card performs almost twice as fast as the 7900GS. At the time I bought this card the was nothing comparable for the price.
Summary: Performance is above for the price tag. No overheating, no screen artifacts after long hours of peak use, stable as a hard rock. VRAM may be a little low for some hardcore gamers. We purchased it specifically for developing XNA Games on XBOX 360, so a video card that could resemble the XBOX hardware...
Summary: Most video cards seem to be rated by their performance in Crysis. That is overkill and this adapter does everything well and at a great price: it generates relatively little heat, does not have a loud fan and its 320 bit spec places it alongside the best-performing video adapters.
Summary: I had to upgrade to a new rig really badly, almost all the games coming out I could not play and there were a few titles that I really wanted to get my hands on, so, when income tax came around, I wanted to build a new one, but, on a budget.
Summary: I bought my 8800GTS 320MB at an unveliebable price of USD$129. You can run every game you want on high on 1280x1024, best of all this card is GREAT OVERCLOCKER! I have mine at GTX speeds 575Mhz core 1350 Shaders and 1900Mhz mem.