Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGT430/DI/1GD3(LP)
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Best bang for your buck for low profile machine.
Austin Woodford, Amazon
21 January 2014
Summary: Running HP slimline machine with integrated graphics. Needed a card so that I could play games like WoW, D3, Borderlands, CS. Runs most games on High settings (not all the way up, but better than medium). Its not a beast, but it performs very well for games and doesn't get too hot.
Summary: My 5+ year old HP Media Center desktop was crashing every time I opened photos or videos. Friends advised me to toss it saying it was past it's life, but I really like the computer so I did some research on line and learned a a lot about video and graphics cards and how in many cases heat destroys the card...hence the fan on the card itself. This GT 430 card was suggested as a replacement for the card in my HP, discontinued long ago.
Summary: Worked great right out of the box without difficulties. Loaded drivers, connected LED (Panasonic ) and rebooted. I bought this primarily to play movies and to get the sound into my Bose system. This is in an IBM "A" series SFF desktop. Have not noticed any extreme heat build up.
Summary: So far, so good. I am someone who works from home a lot and recently became acquainted with the convenience of working with dual monitors. My emachines EL1850G-42w has only one vga connection so I purchased the GeForce GT430 and installed it in one of the expansion slots/bays. Super easy to do . . . the hardest part was removing the slot cover for the bay on my computer. It is working well with two Dell monitors (19" and 17").