I bought this card about a year ago and love it. The price is very reasonable and its ...
6 November 2014
Summary: I bought this card about a year ago and love it. The price is very reasonable and its power is okay. It can handle 1080p games averagely so if you're into extreme gaming or would like to play the newer triple A titles at 1080p max settings, this is NOT the card for you.
Summary: I bought this for my WMC 7 PC so I could have an HDMI connection that supported HDCP to my Samsung LCD TV. Things seemed to go okay for the most part; however, I'd randomly get crashes in WMC.
Summary: Ill keep it sweet... for the price you CANNOT beat this card. Straight up. Regardless if you are looking to use it as an everyday upgrade over your crappy On Board or if you are looking to game. Believe it or not this card can support gaming.
Summary: I wanted something rather inexpensive that would allow me to run World of Warcraft at a higher graphics settings than the onboard video would (which was low). I can easily maintain 50fps at "high" and 30fps at "ultra" (with a few laggy spots when in crowded cities). This adapter was perfect for me.
Summary: Fanless GT 640 2GB: The good and the bad. First would be the lack of fan noise, I should point out that a GT 640 shouldn't come with a very noisy fan anyway because it's only a 65 watt GPU, but if you're pursuing silence it all adds up.
Summary: I would definitely buy this again when you want good performance vs. price for a passively cooled card.
Pros: 1) Totally silent. 2) Stays cool with moderately ventilated mid tower. 34C idle. 3) Scores 7.0 Graphics, 7.0 Gaming Graphics on Windows 7 Experience Index (WEI) 4) Price vs. performance ratio 5) No supplemental power needed
Cons: 1) Must register in 14 days for extended warranty. Really Zotac? Wouldn't 30 days be okay? 2) Takes up two slots but totally worth it for passive cooling 3) Doesn't use higher performing GDDR5
Summary: I got a quick response from Zotac: I'm sorry that you have fitment issues with your devices. Dimension and complete specs of the card are given for pre-sales and for these purposes.
Pros: All of these features in a $60 video card: -NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 Chipset -2GB GDDR3 Memory -128-bit Memory Interface -PCI Express 3.0 x16
Cons: I planned to use this video card with an Intel DH61BF MATX motherboard. The card does not fit. When placed just above the PCIe slot, the back of the heatsink rests on top of the memory slot latches and obstructs 2 of the SATA connectors. Several other reviewers noted the size of this card so I sh...