Summary: Excellent video card, I have 2, each in their own computer and they both perform flawlessly. Very powerful, make sure you have a good power supply, 500 watts from a quality brand because the nature of any once-TOTL (Top of The Line) video card is they consume about 250 watts all by themselves.
cheap for great performance but obsolete for DX 11
7 September 2011
Summary: Excellent. Product worked right out of the. Box, paired it with another gts 250 to try my hand at sli, improved my frames per second on high setting on bf bad company 2 from 34 to 60, which is excellent!
Summary: A few months ago I had my evga 8800 Ultra card go out on me a month over 3 solid years of use - and not realizing I had to register the card within 30 days of when I got it - needed a replacement that wasn't too expensive.
Summary: Awesome and beastly card and with a decent price, the only issue I have its with SF4 for PC that I need to activate Vsync or the game flickers, if anyone knows a workaround please let me know.
Summary: About the best performance you can get in a sub 100$ pci-e card. Not going to run the newest games at max rez full detail, but on lower settings it will run them plenty fast to have a good gaming experience.
Summary: -Not as long as some of the new cards -Excellent performance for the price -Single card can play Crysis on med/high settings @ avg30fps (1440*900res) -Can Go Sli and really boost performance... -Only needs 1 pci-e power cord
Summary: This card was a beautiful card. This is the mid-level card of nVidia's 200 series, starting from the gts 210, to the gtx 295. It required only a 450W PSU, which, if you have a computer up to par with the card, 450W is easy to come by. This card CANNOT run SLI (at least this version).