Great condition and quickly shipped, but no adapters/cables included
Collin Pender, Amazon
21 January 2016
Summary: I bought this graphics card to upgrade from an older one. It came quickly and was in great condition. I am very happy with the product itself. On the down side, no other materials were provided, I had to download a copy of the user manual and find a place that sold a 4-to-6 pin adapter in order to...
Summary: I replaced my 9600GT with this card. Even with the latest drivers installed and no overclocking, it stuttered on games like Sleeping Dogs and SpecOps: The Line while my old one ran them just fine. I read that this was a nextgen card, but it's terrible with games; at least the ones I tried.
Summary: I bought this card to replace my EVGA geforce gt240 and it completely blows the gt240 out of the water! Some people say the gtx460 is faster but for the price difference and how small of a gain the gtx460 is, This card is a better buy hands down. My specs are. AMD Athlon ii x 2 cpu.
Summary: Before purchasing this product I tried to get information from internet about the perfomance of this video card, many said this was not the best option for gaming but after testing it i could say for everyone who look for a good video card this is more than enough, 5x more powerful than my old...
Summary: Just upgraded my desktop, new ram (8gb DDR2), new power supply (500W), windows 7 64-bit, 24"monitor with 1920X1200 reselution and this graphics card connected to it with a DVI cable, running with and Intel quad core, all on a dell XPS 420. Got it, installed it, and loved it.
Summary: I purchased this card because the same brand PNY card was overheating at 71 C idle. I literally closed my eyes at Best Buy and started feeling the weight of the various video cards that were available.
Works perfectly, but received a differently styled card.
Nick James, Amazon
11 August 2012
Summary: I needed a new video card, and I've had good luck with Nvidia cards in the past, so I gave them another shot. Boy was I impressed! My shoddy little dual core (running at 2.8 ghz) runs everything I've asked with graphics cranked and in 1920x1080 at a steady 40 to 60 frames per second.