Dr. Brian (Wolf) Leverich "Dr. Brian Leverich", Amazon
13 November 2013
Summary: Works great with the more recent Linuxes. The really big win with these fanless video boards is that you can get a large, quiet external fan to keep air moving across the heat sink and, when the fan gives up the ghost, you just replace it without having to replace the whole video board.
Summary: I purchased this card as a replacement for a Linux server's GPU. I cannot comment on the 3D capabilities of this card as that was not its intended use. Instead, I can at least review that the card is silent and runs cool without the need of annoying and often defective fans. I have used the HDMI output to send the display to a television and it has been reliable in my server for many months. A perfect replacement for an aging fan-based GPU.
Summary: I needed a graphics card to make my media PC work properly on my 43" Samsung Plasma. It did exactly that. The HD video and Sound go through the HDMI port to the TV and I am able to use media center on my TV and eliminate a cable box.
Summary: After trying a couple of different Video cards from manufacturers I have used in the past and, being sorely disappointing either with the lack of features, or the lack of support, I decided to try the ASUS. ASUS has surprised me in the past with their fabulous audio cards, and the amazing range and flawless performance of their wireless router, so I thought I would give their video card a try.
Finally got it working right - really a good card - change from 3 star to 5 star
15 February 2013
Summary: UPDATE, MAY 30 2013 I bought this card to display on my television set the image from my computer monitor. Finally I got it working very well, a few days back. WHAT DID NOT WORK PROPERLY (poor image on TV, hard configuration):  Connect HDMI on ASUS card to HDMI on Panasonic Viera TV  Connect DVI on ASUS card to HDMI on Panasonic Viera WHAT DID WORK (good image on TV, easy configuration):  Connect DVI port on ASUS card to RGB input on Panasonic Viera.
Summary: Very high quality board, heatsink and transistors. Especially for an inexpensive card. I was very impressed. I purchased another brand for a number of client PC's and there was a quantity limit. I got this one to fill in the gaps. Seriously huge visible quality difference in components. I wish I would have spent the extra few dollars and purchased all ASUS cards.
Summary: I like ASUS products. Have two ASUS tablets, two laptops, a BT adapter, a ethernet hub, and this new video card. They all carry good quality and represent the highest value in their class. This card is a gem. Unpack - 30 secounds Plug - 5 minutes Power on - and it works Didn't have to load any drivers off the enclosed CD, it came right up on HDMI at the correct resolution, screen size, and with sound.
Summary: this is most definitely better than the significantly older nvidia card it replaced on my system.. i definitely recommend this for those of you with windows, it's tons better than the onboard gpu, that's a given. unfortunately, i hardly use windows and neglected to fully read all the specs, i saw the price, the opengl tag and the amount of ram and blindly bought it without realizing it's an nvidia card. i use linux and wanted a more linux friendly gpu.
Not a gamer, just wanted digital to my dual monitors
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 January 2013
Summary: Has dmi & hdmi output. I have dual monitor setup on home built pc. One was digital, one analog. I wanted both digital. Bought this product and cable which has hdmi to dvi ends...problem solved. Works perfectly.