Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGT440 DC SL/DI/1GD3
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Easy to install and the graphics will blow you away
Jerry Armstrong, Amazon
31 January 2013
Summary: I've had a computer when it was a thin floppy disc and you could only 360,000 bites!! It was dot matrix. We've have come a long way in such a short time. I've never got into graphics until last year I began converting hundreds of VHS tapes and scanning thousands of old still pictures.
Summary: I installed this with no problems on my HTPC it significantly reduced the noise and has provided excellent performance. I am using a rear projection TV and I really love the ease of adjusting the resolution to fit the TV.
Summary: Quiet, beautiful image, but would like it to be a bit faster. Its fanless, so of course its going to be huge. I prefer the size over the one with fan, I had a few before that has a fan and the first thing that goes out is the stupid fan, in which you can not replace.
Summary: Installed this to run a HTPC on Ubuntu 12.04 64 system and XBMC. I have a simple setup and no other sound cards on my system. I consider myself a newbie to linux and configuring video cards. I had no trouble installing the card and configuring it.
Summary: Great little card. Installed easily, I downloaded drivers and they installed without a hitch. No problems with running hot. Enough horsepower to run HD video and moderate gaming. Paired with a solid-state drive makes for a very quiet recording studio PC. Recommended.
Summary: I purchased this card because I wanted something better that the 8400 I had. I am very please with this card. It does everything I wanted, I don't play high end games but it handles the games I wanted to play Anno 2070 and Napoleon Total War. Handles both games without a hitch.
Summary: This is a great little card. I have it in my HTPC. IT improved the stock graphics a ton and even better, no noise! Like others have said, this is a TALL card, it fits fine in my standard mid tower case, and hasn't has a single heat issue even after running a 1080p Lord of the rings extended marathon...
Summary: Silent as can be - works like a charm and great for a non gamer PC. I got this since it uses far less power and quiets that typical jet engine fan sound you get with most video cards. CUDA is great as well