Summary: If you used for tv without to much expectation could be functional.But I used with the new Ceton four channels tv video card made for work with an M-card from a service cable tv provider and drive me crazy because of work well in some channels and in others gave me a black screen. So bottom line you can't avoid expend money in video cards to get excellent tv video.I any way recommend you a more expensive Asus card because work well and silent like nvidia 560.
Summary: I got this graphics card as a replacement for my old Galaxy 8600 by NVidia. It really has all the specs I wanted, Plus more. Since I installed it, everything I do on my computer is lightning-fast. Though it's not only because of the Graphics card, I can prove that it is incredibly fast. PRO: For example, I can play H.A.W.X. and turn all the graphics all the way up, while supporting both HDMI and VGA monitors at the same time, and see no lag whatsoever.
Summary: This card has worked very well thus far, using vpau (video acceleration) and xine, with the added benefit of consuming considerable less power than the zotac gt 220 it replaced. Only issue, which I do not believe I can fault the card for, is that, I am unable to get the audio working as yet, no devices show.
Summary: In my available price range, silent design, Amazon Prime shipping, and with the reputation of the ASUS name, this video card fit perfectly in my new build. Though I am not a gamer, this would be considered the weakest device as far as performance goes. With the AMD Phenom II X4 975 (Black Edition CPU), 8GB of Corsair Memory Vengeance 8 Dual Channel Kit DDR3 1600 MHz, Crucial 128 GB m4 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive SATA 6Gb/s, and the ASUS Sabertooth 990FX motherboard you...
Summary: I just bought a new computer: a desktop Windows 7, Intel machine (Ivy Bridge, i7 3.5 GHz) - a tower with plenty of room inside. This is an every 4 year ritual for me, buying a new tower - I've done it every 3-4 years for 20 years (4 years = a tick and a tock on the Moore's Law clock). Part of the ritual is setting up a dual monitor display, which I've also had for 20 years. The past ten years I've used 3 and now 4 monitors (more about why in a minute).
Summary: We have a Dell Inspiron 530s and was only using the built in Intel Chipset graphics that was in the motherboard so I was very limited on what games I could play. Also, the 530S is a slim-line model so getting a decent graphics card that would fit properly was another problem. Well, this little card does everything that I need. It's very low profile so fits in the 530S with no problems at all.