Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce 9800 GT Eco
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Great Card for it's Price
24 February 2012
Summary: This card installed without any complications that required me to tinker with my computer like some other video cards do. I simply installed it, went to Nvidia's website to get the latest drives--and--that was it. My computer is running faster now with this card installed, and the card does not require extra power via pci-e line from your psu. All my HD 720p and 1080p movies plays smoothly, and my bluray-rom plays bluray movies without any difficulties.
Summary: I searched for a few weeks for a PCIe card that was around $50-100 that would also supply me with enough power to do some casual, to sometimes heavy gaming with newer games and could not for the life of me find one that wasn't a stripped down off the shelf model for my price range. I finally settled on this card, I was skeptical because it was a year or two old, but in its time was a very pricy high end card that still holds up to cranking up video settings on most newer...
Summary: Ok, I did tons of research.. I wanted this card due to the fact I got my hands on Pentium D 820 dual core with and Intel Mother board.. So I had to upgrade from the Stock Video card.. I am not a gamer but I wanted to watch some movies and Edit some Video and make this a Server. Ok "What the problem is.." <----- Slang) I wanted to get a card that would work with my funky Power supply.. It is a only a 300W PCU...
Summary: This is an very good video card for playing modern computer games. While it may not be as fast as the latest high-end video cards, it also does not have the $200-$500 price tag of those cards. Another advantage of this card is that it DOES NOT require your power supply to have a video card power connector. This means that many people can install the card in their current computer without upgrading the power supply (which can easily save another $40-$100).
Summary: This is a really good Grafics card for people who want to go green in regards to thier PC but not at the cost of performance, I upgraded from a 9400GT to this 9800GT ECO card from ZOTAC. The performance increase has been substancial, playing PC games in High to very High settings, to give and example of the increase, my 9400GT 1GB DDR2 card would perform only at medium for todays grafically demanding games such as GTA IV, Farcry 2, Fallout 3, Bioshock, COD WAW, COD...
Summary: Got a zotac 9800gt today had to replace the pny 9800gt i just bought yesterday(12.18.09) as the brand new pny 9800gt i got didn't work out of the box. i knew i should've listened to reviews about pny. Anyway been testing the zotac 9800gt, throwing every game i got(ie. assassins creed, guild wars, Multiwinia, etc) with no sign of struggle at all.
Summary: Bought this card to replace my old Geforce 8400 GS. Now i can play Crysis in Medium quality with 1280x720 resolution and it looks great and runs smooth. COD Modern Warfare 2 runs in High quality with blazing fast frame rates. The card is slim because is single slot and the fan runs quiet. Doesn't require auxiliary power and can be overclocked. Excelent product for good gaming on a budget!
One of the best graphics card available for 350w power supply
C. Kwak, Amazon
9 November 2009
Summary: I've used it for about a month, and the graphics card's performance was quite impressive. The games I played were(each applications about 8-9hours straight), Dead Space: 1680x1050, Max graphics setting, 30-40 fps Resident evil 5: 1680x1050, Max graphics setting, 40-50 fps Need for Speed Undercover: 1680x1050, Max graphics setting, 30-40 fps Fallout 3: 1440 x 900, High graphics setting, 50-75 fps (some hiccups in the wilderness) World of Warcraft: 1680 x 1050, graphics...