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PostSubject: graphics cards   Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:16 pm

I have a XFX nividia geforce 8800gt 512mb ram and it works good with cod 4 but at times when a game is action packed it cant keep up in black ops I have the pc to handle about anything you can stuff in it just had that card and everything I had game wise would still work so never upgraded.

now it is time I found this card and think it is a good deal give me some insight on what you all think.

it is 79.99 as well here is the specs:

Enjoy vivid images while watching movies or playing games with this graphics card that features 2GB GDDR3 memory for visual realism and mini HDMI and 2 dual-link DVI outputs for flexible connectivity.


EVGA GeForce GT 520 2GB GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 Graphics Card
DVI-to-VGA adapter
EVGA driver/software CD-ROM, EVGA OC scanner, EVGA Precision Tuning Utility software
Owner's manual

Powered by the GeForce GT 520 graphics processing unit (GPU)
For high-quality graphics power.
2GB GDDR3 on-board memory
Provides the memory needed for visual realism.
PCI Express 2.0 interface
Offers compatibility with a range of systems. Backward compatible with PCI Express 1.1.
NVIDIA PhysX Technology
Provides enhanced realism and lifelike characters.
NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
Delivers smooth video and brilliant colors.
DirectX 11 support
Enhances gameplay by delivering ultrarealistic images, detail and texture and improved lighting effects that create lifelike interactivity.
Mini HDMI and 2 dual-link DVI outputs
Along with a VGA adapter to ensure flexible connectivity.
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PostSubject: Re: graphics cards   Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:05 pm

Not too sure on this card. I did a quick look up online and my first concern was the onboard fan. It looks rather small compared to other cards and could cause overheating. Not sure what you have for cooling in your rig, but this is something you may want to look at. I'll do a little research for ya over the holidays.

Also, most newer cards have there own power cable, (not sure if this one does) so you need to check out whether you have a spare available, and whether your power supply can handle the extra load.

2G's of memory is a great thing, but sometimes may not be enough to compensate for the rest of the card.

Other things to consider are: am I going to upgrade soon, am I going to run SLI, do I want to play COD on a huge TV, etc...Also make sure your system can handle PCI express 2. Sometime you get what you pay for, and with video cards topping out at over a whopping grand, it really makes you wonder. There are sites online that can help you determine what card is best for your application. Sometimes waiting and dumping a few more $$ on it can mean all the difference in the world.

Just my 2 cents

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PostSubject: Re: graphics cards   Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:31 pm

yeah just wondering I am a BFG and XFX nividia user I have a 512 now and it keeps up it has the exteral power like you said, more than likely will just stick with 1 gb card more than enough to keep up with cod series at this time.

inless you dig me up an old pci or pci express 1 gb card for super cheat sitting on your shelf hd hint hint nudge nudge lol.

just looking for some insite thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: graphics cards   Fri Dec 23, 2011 12:19 pm

something else you will want to ask is - how many streaming processor cores? what is the core clock speed?

you can read some feed back from Newegg customers on their 1gig memory 520 card here

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