Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GT640 DDR3 2GB
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Solid, economical, B squad card from EVGA.
2 weeks ago
Summary: This is a solid, economical video card. It won't be breaking any benchmarking records anytime soon, but for a mid-level graphics processing unit, it does a really nice job. I purchased this card for a customer's build, it stays cool and runs solidly. It runs Sims 3 with all of the expansions and updates for her with no issues on full settings, and I would feel comfortable even pushing it a bit further.
Summary: I was searching for a better video card for my gaming computer and this was recommended to me by tech support at Cypertron as the one that would best fit my current rig without upgrading the power supply. With a 500 watt power supply this card fit my current system. It was a quick and easy install and then when I went into my game wow what a difference in the video quality!
Summary: I have my 2 monitors hooked up and can run 2 programs at the same time on different screens! only issue I had was with the rebate company trying to rip me off, once they refused to give me the 15$ rebate I contacted EVGA and filed a complaint with them and the rebate company, EVGA quickly intervened , but the rebate company was dragging their feet and still did not process my claim so I contacted EVGA a second time by phone and email finally I did get the rebate
Summary: I am very satisfied with this product. I was easy to install and ran from the start. I handles a dual-monitor situation without difficulty and provides excellent graphics quality with all the software I use. The price was right! I don't push my graphics very hard in terms of game play so I can't comment on how it would do but it's great for what I do.
Summary: I had two cards, in an SLI configuration, both were GeForce boards. First one went bad, then the second, probably caused by heat damage. I have no complaints about them, I received years of good service from them with no problems I ordered this board as a replacement. It allowed my computer to boot... with a *completely* black screen! It wouldn't even display the CMOS/BIOS information! This is NOT an OS/Driver issue...