Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTS 450 FPB
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Mike H., Amazon
9 September 2014
Summary: It performs very well. I used it for about 2 years without a problem. I was planning to use the SLI function but didn't have enough money to follow through. I recently upgraded my graphic card to EVGA GT620. I noticed a slight improvement in performance in the new card.
Summary: I bought 2 of these cards for my husband to run in sli, thought why not the price was right, and if he didn't like them, I wasn't out a fortune. He absolutely loves them. He is of course running them in sli, and loving his gameplay.
Summary: Card works great. It gave me a 10 fps boost on Metro 2033 and I can use it as a dedicated PhysX card for games like MAFIA II. I bought a GTS 450 graphics card back in 2010. Its starting to age and can't play recent titles on ultra settings anymore.
Summary: I was disappointed in this video card. I appeared to get lag when playing wow. I had to wait for the scenery to catch up. So I went and purchased another thinking that by having 2 and connecting them that I would get better performance. I did get a little better performance but not what I expected.
Summary: I've played games like fear 2, call of duty mw 1 and 2, dead space 1 and 2, star craft 2, street fighter 4, and many more with a high to very high settings. i'm not a hardcore gamer, i'm a casual.
Summary: I bought a second EVGA GTS450 FPB so I could run SLi until I do a new build later this year. Now, to be fair I bought this Used-Like New. The card itself is excellent, if a little old. It still has enough power to run everything I throw at it. Why 4 stars? Simple.
Summary: I bought this card so that Sony Vegas 11/NewBlue Titler Pro could take advantage of all the additional processing power. After 24 hours, I'm pretty pleased. I've been editing high school lacrosse games using Titler Pro to create a lower third scoreboard.
Summary: I will never buy from this manufacturer again; alright, card failed after six months, probably happens but they really make you jump through the hoops to RMA, delay everything, make you pay for shipping.