Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GT640 DDR3 2GB
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*EVGA Rebate- Beware* The rebate is a scam. I sent ...
Aces "ACES99999", Amazon
4 August 2014
Summary: *EVGA Rebate- Beware* The rebate is scam. I sent in all my information including the bar code label cut out from the box. It was rejected because it was not pasted. Yet, it was in the envelope. Just another rebate scam, Why do rebates. Never again will I purchase from EVGA!!!
Summary: Not sure if it's the card or just my luck. The first card I got was faulty out of the box. The screen would go dark after boot up and stay that way. The replacement card seemed to work ok. Except 3 months into it, it started to show strange artifacts all over the screen.
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.
Summary: This card is well worth the money. Has enough CUDA cores to play the new Simcity flawlessly. Fast card without needing separate power source. UPDATE: CARD FAILED WITHIN 6 months... great while it worked, but should not have failed so quickly. Had to put my old card back in to use my pc.
Summary: Purchased this as a amazon warehouse discounted item. I had this in the box it was shipped in until a few weeks ago when I was ready to put together a build I put off. Turns out this card has issues freezing up within 20 minutes to and hour of the boot...periodically.
EVGA GeForce GT 640 4096MB GDDR3 Single Slot, Dual DVI and mHDMI Graphics...
Carneal Harris, Amazon
29 October 2013
Summary: This video card was defective or wasn't compatible with my computer. After I install it on my 5 year old computer the motherboard became damaged and video card would work on my window 8 computer.
Summary: Went to install the driver, everything seemed perfect. However, this would not be the case, when the computer restarted i got endless blue screens... the video card completely corrupted my system. Thank god I had a back up from a little while ago so I'll live.
Summary: I have been a system builder for over 25 years. I ordered this product and installed in correctly. Powered up the PC and heard a snap. I pulled the EVGA board and replaced it with my old video card to find my ASUS motherboard and potentially the Intel CPU has been destroyed.