Summary: Comes with brackets, great card. Disc contains ASUS GPU tweak to overclock, runs great for it's specs. With my case I have a fan pointed right at it, but I'm sure I don't need it. Runs Killing floor 2 just fine, IntelCore2Duo 2.66 5.5 GB DDR2 Win 7.
Summary: This card was just what I was looking for to add an HDMI output so that I could connect my desktop to my LCD TV. The card is nice but the included 'Setup Guide" is useless. Don't follow it. It had me install the card before the drivers. Never a good idea.
Summary: I needed to add a HDMI port to an older computer. I was a little worried because I was installing this on an Intel motherboard that did not have PCI Express 2.0. I read that most cards are backwards compatible and thankfully this was the case.
I'm using it to drive a 3rd monitor and I'm quite satisfied so far.
Stuart Schwartz, Amazon
28 December 2014
Summary: This is exactly what I was expecting for the price. I'm using it to drive a 3rd monitor and I'm quite satisfied so far. The heat sink is quite large and it will render the adjacent PCI slot useless, so make sure you have a little extra room for it.
Summary: I generally do not buy Asus products because I have been screwed by their lack to warranty products in the past, but I wanted an inexpensive low-profile card to put into my bedroom HTPC. It uses one of the AMD APU processors that also processes the graphics.
Summary: Inexpensive, fast, and compatible with Linux. This is just a cheapish video card that I wanted to throw into an old machine that I was going to run using Linux. The responsiveness is amazing. VERY fast. Mind you I am not playing games with this card.
Summary: Using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, this unit works well for HD video etc. No issues with driver etc, just plug and go. I have not tested this on Windows. (Why bother...) Just wanted to let all the Linix folks out there know it works well.
Great choice for Ubuntu: inexpensive, quiet, compatible
17 July 2014
Summary: Great choice for Ubuntu 14.04 desktop machine (Optiplex 980). System automatically recognized the card, which worked fine with the default Ubuntu Nouveau drivers. Ugraded to the nVidia linux drivers; no problems there, either.