Newegg has the ZOTAC ZT-60501-10L GeForce GT 620 Synergy Edition 2GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card for $35 - $15 rebate [Exp 11/30] = $20 with free shipping. Blu-ray 3D ready with dual DVI and mini-HDMI.

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    meadtj Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 6:41 pm PST 11/21/12

    the link is definitely wrong that you posted.

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    gnuibe Ben's cred: 19
    Posted 6:50 pm PST 11/21/12

    Correct link

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500253

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    RakuRay Ben's cred: 71
    Posted 7:10 pm PST 11/21/12

    Gnubie ??? is that you ??? really you ??? Obi-Wan Gunubie ???

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    bbsam Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 12:51 am PST 11/22/12

    TigerDirect has ZT-60502-10L for $40 AR.
    What's the difference with Newegg's ZT-60501-10L -- 60501 vs 60502?

    Tom's hardware does not list GT 620. Anybody know where this card fit in the hierarchy chart?

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    Bad_CRC Ben's cred: 75
    Posted 1:19 am PST 11/22/12

    do not buy from zotac, you will NOT get the rebate.

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    bbsam Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 10:41 am PST 11/22/12

    Problem solved. Can't get any clearer than that. Thanks.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3740
    Posted 12:37 pm PST 11/22/12

    bbsam, the difference is that 60502 is overpriced by $22 before the rebate, and has 1GB memory instead of 2GB.

    A GT 620 will win no accolades, but it's a competent GPU for non-gaming uses even though it's just renamed and wearing the zotac low profile heatsink. Good option to have a backup video card or to add a couple more monitors to a system .

    "IF" it is still as pictured (a major review site noticed the problem and Zotac claimed they would fix the issue at a later date), there is an issue with the HDMI port as it is spaced very close to the edge of the bracket so when installed in some cases it may make the HDMI cable not seat fully unless the card is adjusted before it's fastened into the slot bracket.

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    bbsam Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 5:57 pm PST 11/22/12

    Thanks davc Good that you caught 1G vs 2G and the hdmi connector issue. Now it's clear why more memory 2G version is cheaper than the 1G version. Zotac is dumping the ones with htmi problem without fixing it. I decided not to get this one as a backup because of the rebate problem, but the htmi connector issue should alert the people who are getting this.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3740
    Posted 6:14 pm PST 11/22/12

    ^ I don't own one but looking at the pic it seems as though you could just screw it in with the bracket slid down slightly to make it work, or of course use a DVI to HDMI adapter since it can only support two monitors anyway (IIRC) and there are two DVI ports.

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    bbsam Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 6:21 am PST 11/23/12

    What I was trying to say was that if Zotac claimed to fix the problem, instead of palming off with lower price there should have been a note on the problem even if there might be a workaround .

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3740
    Posted 12:21 pm PST 11/23/12

    Yeah but there are other makes and models with a similar issue, that's what happens when a mHDMI port is soldered directly to the PCB instead of being put into a riser type socket.

    Personally I'd rather they just used a regular HDMI port, am getting a bit tired of having to use twice as many cables or an adapter because someone wanted to shrink something down when there was no need to do so, and at the cost of mechanical durability.

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