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  • Increased opening over customary “integrated graphics” allows users to fool around a ultimate games with some-more item as good as speed
  • Supporting Microsoft DirectX 10, 512MB of on-board memory, NVIDIA’s Unified Architecture, ultra-high fortitude displays up to 2560×1600
  • Supports a PCI Bus customary as good as offers dual-monitor await around 1 DVI as good as 1 VGA outputs
  • Microsoft Vista Ready with 512MB on-board memory
  • Toll-Free Techsupport as good as 3 year warranty

Product Description
Upgrade your Personal Computer with a roughly concept Verto 8400GS PCI for extraordinary opening with await for a PCI bus.

PNY VCG84512SPEB GeForce 8400GS 512MB DDR2 DVI + VGA PCI Graphics Card – Retail



5 Reviews

  1. D. Krepak says:

    I had researched this video card on other websites looking for a PCI video card. I have an older intel motherboard and wanted to stay with Nvidia products. Other websites showed this to be a PCI card. One of the pictures on Amazon’s site shows a box saying PCI Express. This picture is not for this video card as this card is PCI, not PCI Express. I had contacted PNY after ordering this to confirm, they don’t make the GeForce 8400GS in a PCI Express card. The other picture of the video card itself doesn’t depict this video card either but the written info. about the video card is correct.

    The video card itself is easy to install, works without any problems. If you have an older motherboard that doesn’t support PCI Express this is the video card for you.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Lamar A. Marks says:

    This card is excellent for hardware acceleration using many supported media players (i.e. VLC, or Media Player Classic – Homecinema, XBMC Live.)

    If you don’t want to buy a new computer for your high definition media viewing this card is for you. It allows you to play blu-ray @ full 1080p with very low CPU consumption. I have a pentium 4 2.4 ghz processor and when I play 1080p movies either using Media Player Classic – Home Cinema or XBMC Live, my cpu usage doesn’t go over 10-12%. This is awesome because I didn’t have to go out and spend 500+ on a new computer to allow me to watch the latest HD movies.

    Since this card is standard PCI, most computers should come equipped with at least one on board. I want to test it out on an older pc with a lower processor to see how this card handles 1080p.

    Overall an excellent card and it does what I bought it to do…..Play 1080p movies with little to no cpu consumption because of the hardware acceleration. I don’t plan to game on this card and I wouldn’t even try because I wouldn’t consider this to be a gaming card.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Johnny Maddux says:

    This is not a PCIe card like the pictures of the card and box show. I wanted PCI, I looked at Nvidia’s website and found that this card came in both PCI and PCIe format depending on who made it.

    Ignore the Pictures and the product discription this is PCI.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. E. Shank says:

    This is an ok card for the money BUT if you are a gamer this card suffers from very low frame rates on games like WoW and Call of Duty4.If you are running windows apps this card works awsome and movies look great too… So for movie people and heavy windows users this card is great, but if you are a gamer the GeForce 6200A is a better choice
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. D. Duong says:

    I am not a gamer. I bough this card to update my PC at work. So far I have no issue. However, there is an known reboot issue with this card. You need to download nVidia driver from the nVidia website. Install and you are set.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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