Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GV-NX76T256D-RH
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Great Product Works Perfectly
Robert G., Newegg
25 February 2016
Summary: This card Works now after 10+ years of use without a problem, best money i've spent on equipment. Gigabyte makes some rock solid gear wile its not a lot of use on Games in 2016 it works perfectly for AV use on a quad core top of the line then Gigabyte MB from that time frame also.
Pros: I'm still using this card, works perfectly. Its running an AV system now in 2016
Summary: I play a popular MMO and this card will run it with the settings turned all the way up and not even flinch. Love the fact that I dont have a fan to worry about. Just make sure you have good air flow in the case and you'll be fine.
Summary: Plan on purchasing another for SLI performance in the near future.
Pros: This card is very stable, quiet, and performs very well in 3d games. The large heat sink does a great job of cooling the GPU. It gets warm, but is not hot to the touch. It's fanless, so there's no dust build up in the heat sink over time, and therefore no overheating ... goodbye air duster.
Pros: It is a relatively advanced card without a fan so that make no noise. Gigabyte delivers good quality. Works for both linux and windows. Visual effect is much better than my old Geforce 6200 to my experience
Cons: It may be a little hot. Temperature stays at 61C at gaming.
Pros: Dual DVI outputs. Silent. Card seems to run Beryl very well. It runs OpenGL screensavers and Armagetron amazingly smooth. That's about all the graphics I tax it with; I primarily just got it to run Beryl with.
Pros: Good choice for a reasonably priced fanless card. To upgrade within the GEFORCE family, you'd have to go to the 8600GTX which is 2x the price. This card has been 100% stable in a totally silent PC build I just completed.
Pros: Does what it advertises, and does so for cheap. No cheap fans that break such as 90% of the other cards. Heatsink seems to be more than adequate -- doesn't seem to get too hot to me, but my case is huge.
Summary: get two of these cards, a case with good airflow, and a few thermaltake 120mm fans and you will be good to go with a nice quiet gaming PC
Pros: good price, noise-free sli video card, takes up only one space on the motherboard (although I would recommend you skip a space anyways for better cooling), with 2 of these cards I can max out all the games I have (although I don't have many that are bleeding edge, my newest is Quake 4 and it look...
Cons: obviously they run warmer than cards without fans but that is why you use "quiet" case fans that push alot of air, and thus achieve the same performance minus that "wonderful" jet engine sound