5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
My old card couldn't keep up with my CPU (AMD black edition) but this one can run everything on the highest graphics setting.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
my old media center died after 4 years of being on 24/7 so i picked up a new motherboard and needed a pci express video card. this one performs very well and works with dx11 and the latest nvidia drivers. it is really quiet so it doesn't bother me when i go to sleep. this is by far the highest quality sub 660gtx video card ive ever seen (most have crappy heatsyncs which are loud). im so glad i didn't get the evga one (their high end cards are good tho got a 770gtx sc in my gaming comp)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Upgraded from failing 7950GT 512MB card that was about 10 yrs old. This is a nice improvement, maybe about twice as fast, and uses about 20W less power. I thought I wouldn't have to install drivers from CD since all past Nvidia cards just plug and existing driver in your system takes over. However, in this case, the drivers from CD did need to be installed as I later found out that the card also has a build in audio out HDMI HD chip. The card has nice size heatsink and requires no additional
power connector, which I like. It is also quiet and going from 512 to 2GB is a nice jump. So far the games I used to run with slight lag at times runs liquid smooth. I can't complain for 65 bucks. General video refreshing is also snapier. No problems installing it. Only thing i noticed were several scuff marks on the black plastic and on the heat sink itself.