Reviews and Problems with EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX 768MB
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8800 cards are good cards :)
5 December 2013
Summary: the 8800 series cards are really good cards I have used them before in the past. I usually buy the 8800 ultras, but having one pc have its cards go bad i thought that i would try the gtx, and its just as good as the ultra, note the 8800 cards are long and usually idle hot around 60C with stock coolers other then that there is no problem with these cards at all.
Summary: I've owned this card for awhile now and can't say enough good things about it. I've owned both ATI and Nvidia cards in the past so I'm not impartial to either side. I'll go with whichever company has the best product at the time. That being said, at the time of my upgrading I couldn't find any other card that even held a candle to the GTX. Not only the card itself, but the company EVGA is great as well.
Summary: The card is great, solid perfomer better than the ASUS counterpart as it is more stable. The only problem I had was with the CD that came with it, had a problem reading it on 4 different drives but the 5th worked. I recommend this card to all. although the 8800 has some issues under vista with certain applications/games, but on XP it runs great.
Summary: Runs cool, quiet and stable. Faster than most people need. Supports the new DirectX 10. Great Value. I took one star away because of my experience with EVGA and their return proceedures. I have their 6800GS that I had to RMA and it was like standing up in a hammock. Fax a copy of the ORIGINAL invoice, scan your invoice to our website, give us your credit card, etc., etc. Do yourself a favor and go with XFX.