Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGT430/DI/1GD3(LP)
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Good video card for those who are not gamers.
9 February 2013
Summary: Added life to my aging computer. More than doubled the Windows performance rating. Primary desire was to support dual montior in Windows 8, so I needed one that definitely has a windows 8 32 bit driver. Easy install and simple driver installation.
Summary: For the price it seemed like a good card. I bought this for a customer that plays MMo's and this gave a good windows aero and graphics score 6.4. Actually the overall is a 5.9 because of disk speeds, which is actually the first time I have seen the graphics and aero scores be higher than disk reads.
Summary: I bought this for a relative's computer to play diablo III on an aging, low profile 2 Ghz HP computer. I did some research on low profile Video cards with low power requirements, a fan 1 Gb of memory, PCI express 16 compatible and direct X 11. This one fit the requirements and the pocket book. The software installation was amazingly easy (vista 32 system) with everything working right the first time.
Nice budget-priced card with good graphical muscle in a slimline package!!
5 March 2012
Summary: Bought this ASUS card as an upgrade to the integrated card(GeForce 9200) in my PC(ATHLON 2 X2 255 dual-core w/4 GB DDR3).Since I have a slimline tower,I needed a low-profile card such as this.The heatsink does extend slightly beyond the back end of the card,so in some towers,that might be a tight fit(barely fit in mine).
Summary: I purchased this video card to replace my OEM 9800GT card that came pre-installed in an HP Pavilion desktop computer. Shipping was prompt and the card arrived without incident. The problem occurred when I installed the card in the PCI-E slot. Pictures of the card on the Amazon web page from the edge-on perspective (e.g.
Summary: This card is underdogs of all GT cards, its underrated by many, but packs some serious heat. If you are planning to play games (like me), than make sure you have more than one cores in your CPU. This card plays well with any game, at good fps rate, but only if you have multiy cores. Now if you are planning to us this card for Hd video, and 3d video. Than this card is for.
Summary: I purchased this card as a replacement for a GeForce 8400GS which died, to put into my low profile HTPC (Dell Inspiron 530s). After attaching the low profile bracket, the card installed easily. It should be noted that the heatsink of the card is large and could possibly get in the way of other PCI slots (although I don't have any other cards installed so I couldn't tell for sure).
Summary: Gives 90fps with Half-Life 2 Lost Coast in 1920x1080 full-screen with all the settings turned to max. Carries audio over HDMI and DVI with no additional S/PDIF cable needed. Heat-sink does stick out and overtakes another slot, but I don't put anything that close anyway.
Summary: This is a very good card and very adequate to be used to process TV/DVD signals. I have the previous DDR2 version of this card in another computer and I feel that this is a nice upgrade from that unit but both are very adequate. Windows Experience rates it at 6.6 for both graphics categories and the previous version at 6.4. The new one is replacing a 9400 GT that only rated at 4.6.