( 4.7 Average / 21 Ratings )
This is a perfect graphics card for this build because you can overclock it, which gives extra performance and because of its cheap price point its great. As an added bonus it has two gigabytes of gddr5 memory.
Not a powerhouse card, but still strong enough to keep up with graphically intense games.
It is a 260x so dont expect killer stats but it is a pretty powerful starter card.
Fast and has a surprisingly good cooler, good enough for 1080p
This graphics card has impressed me very much, as a first time builder I can say that it has provided me with a great value and taken a lot of stress off my shoulders. Plus it looks pretty sleek in my case, and that's always a good thing!
Absolutely fantastic, runs everything on high at at least 60 fps. The only problem was that before I download the drivers first, the screen was all messed up. It basically only showed the top left corner of the screen so I was very frustrated at first.
My build is mainly for light gaming, like Minecraft, Street Fighter, ect, so I didn't need anything too crazy. At $94 dollars it works great. I haven't tried yet, but it can run modern games at decent settings, and that's good enough for me! 20 dollar rebate, yuss!
It's decent. It runs all the games I play at max settings, no sweat. Cooler is nice and quiet, good looking as well. Only complaint would be it's size, but that's more of a benefit than a disadvantage. It just looks a little silly in my system, being so short.
This thing is amazing for cheap 1080p gaming! You won't be maxing out every AAA title but it certainly holds its own for the price. I am able to play Star Wars BF 3 at 1080p, medium settings, at a fairly constant 60 fps (factory OC only). This card regularly goes on sale for 80-90 dollars and is an absolute steal!
Pretty much the cheapest card you can, or could get for 1080p gaming. Can run most triple A games, although I haven't yet tested it against a game like gta 5. Runs pretty cool and quiet too, and looks pretty sick.