Summary: I purchased this card to put into a server that also streams media to a 55 inch wide screen TV. What attracted me to this card was the price for value ratio. I got a great graphics card with HDMI, a DisplayPort and a DVI output with an included DVI to VGA/D-sub adapter.
Summary: Almost 3 years now, and it does everything I need. It is enough to play many games, has support for 3 monitors and was a great price (was $99 when I got it) I always trust Asus when it comes to motherboards and video cards (not everything they make though!
Summary: I bought the item as "box may be damaged" when the item arrived the OEM box was flawless. This video card performs the way I expected it to. It was a nice upgrade for a dead Radeon HD5670 1GB that i had previously. overall i would rate this product 5 stars.
Turned my PC from a joke to an actual gaming machine
Ryan Baldwin, Amazon
31 January 2013
Summary: I chose this card using a few criteria: I trust ASUS products, I needed at least a 1GB card, and it had to run from a PCI-e slot without any additional power. This card did not disappoint. I was using a Dell Inspiron 530 (300w PSU), so my upgrade options were limited.
Summary: Amazon name is a women but I (the son) bought it through my mothers account and I am writing the review :) The reason I call this the unknown card is because no one knows its full power. Every were you go everyone says the Asus 6670 is a bad card. You people are crazy.
Summary: My concern was power supply. 300 watts available. #1 you can not beat an AMD or Asus product, I installed it on a Gateway DX 4350-UR21P. AMD Phenom II X 6, @ 2.9ghz, 8 gig ram, 1.5TB HD, 2 optical drives (1 on external power), 300 watt power supply, on Windows 7 (64 bit), to a 24" ViewSonic HD...
Summary: If you need a good card that doesn't cosume too much Power this is the one. It works pretty decent and draws good FPS in games. Black Ops 1 over 70 fps, Black Ops 2, same over 70-90 fps even in high settings and 1650 x 1050 resolution.