See all 4 pre-owned listings. It definitely improved the video performance of XP, however I don’t know exactly how much. Great card that continues to purr! This card may or may not be suitable for gamers. I don’t use it for that and can’t say. You may also like.
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In a heartbeat if needed. With win7 it’s a different story.
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Someday I intend to open the case and look at it when the computer is running full on, just to see what’s going on. Trending Price New.
EVGA e-GeForce 9400 GT (PCI-e 2.0, 1GB)
Pulled from a working system. It definitely improved the video performance of XP, however I don’t know exactly how egva. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended.
This video card is fantastic!!
EVGA e-GeForce GT (PCI-e , MB) Overview – CNET
In the near future I will be getting a more up to date card for advanced video editing. Works seamlessly with windows It has an on card cooling fan, but it either: Useful but dated This card lacks GPU processing with modern video editing software.
At any rate from what I’ve experienced so far; it’s a pretty decent card. I picked it up for around 55, and couldn’t be happier. Show less Show more.
Great card that continues to purr! While there ain’t much out in linux that’s graphically intense, those that are fly with this machine. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. See details for description gtt any imperfections.
Tested for full functionality. Skip to main content. See photos for more detail. Kinda wish it had a direct HDMI out. Running dual-output and Twinview without any hitches.
EVGA GeForce 9400 GT
The only thing I have to go by is my own eyes. See all 4 pre-owned listings.
I don’t use it for that and can’t say. Rumor has it that nVidia is not planning on supporting linux as much as they have previously, but I just downloaded an updated package a few weeks ago. Haven’t had a chance to try the Svid out, or hook up evha monitors; but indeed I intend to do so when I get a chance. Seems really well built. Includes only what is pictured. Linux users tend to be in the know