Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGT520 SL/DI/2GD3(LP)
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Works fine but not for Direct X 11 GAMING
Cartoon lover, Amazon
13 July 2014
Summary: I wish I had waited for a better video card and saved my money. Honestly it will play current games but it will run Direct x 11 games REALLY lagging and it is not my pc. Bought this so I could play Strider Reloaded on PC and it worked...only reeeeeally laggy and slow mo. I'd get this for a system I was only going to play games from 2010 and earlier on. Or any other 2d, multimedia use. Works great with my HD tv though.
Summary: Its not the best choice out there but it gave me the output I needed for my monitor. The fan less design is not the best. It overheated about 4 times before I got it stable (increasing the rpm of the internal fans in my computer). If you need to do anything that involves 3d graphics it will cause the card to get hot.
Summary: I added this to my HP tower so that I can run dual monitors and have not looked back since. One note that disconcerted me is that when you install win7 automatically disables the integrated graphics card. This can sometimes be turned back on through a bios setting. All in all this is a great product for the price.
Summary: I ordered this display card for my old HP slim desktop which came with 200W PSU. Most graphic cards require more powerful PSU. This was the one I could find with least power requirement but with enough horse power to turn my HP slim desktop to be a HTPC.
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).