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EVGA GeForce e-GeForce 8400 GS


$39.00 Released April, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very cheap video card with an excellent performance:cost ratio. Can handle most games with a small reduction in performance. Drivers are easy to access and install, work flawlessly with Windows 7.

The Cons:Outpaced by more modern video cards. No SLI support. Has issues deinterlacing HD content, causes blurring.

The e-GeForce 8400 GS is a low-cost graphics card for people who typically run applications that aren't graphically intense. It can easily handle basic video and office applications, and will perform moderately well with games that don't require too much processing power.

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Processing is handled by a 459MHz 8400 NVidia GS chip, and it's supported by 512MB of DDR2 memory. This is enough power to handle most general tasks that come up in a day, and should manage to work through a few games. It also includes NVidia's nView technology, which enables one to attach multiple monitors if more than one screen needed.

Features

  • 459MHz 8400 NVidia GS
  • 512MB DDR2 memory with 4.26GB/s bandwidth
  • PCI-E
  • NVidia nView Multi-Display Technology
  • DVI-I, VGA and HDTV-7 outputs
  • 8, 15, 16, 24 and 32-bit modes
  • MPEG hardware support

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Pros
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    Very cheap video card with an excellent performance:cost ratio.

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    Can handle most games with a small reduction in performance.

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    Drivers are easy to access and install, work flawlessly with Windows 7

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    Very inexpensive upgrade over integrated graphics, can allow basic gaming

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    Improves everyday computer graphics handling notably over integrated graphics

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    Great way to setup two monitors cheaply

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    Compact form factor fits nicely into most cases/onto most motherboards

Cons
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    Outpaced by more modern video cards.

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    No SLI support.

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    Has issues deinterlacing HD content, causes blurring

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    Not really sufficient to handle any 3D gaming

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