Summary: This is a low-power card which is ideal for HTPC use. It comes with two additional brackets for a low-profile application. I put it into an old inspiron core-2 duo I'm using as a blue-ray player and media streamer. The card appears to support hdcp via the hdmi interface.
Summary: I got this little gem going on my Debian system with ease by the following steps: 1) # apt-get install nvidia-detect 2) # nvidia-detect This utility will come back with a recommendation to install the appropriate driver. In this case it is the nvidia-glx package.
Nice price, no fan noise, pay attention to the heatsink size!
28 July 2014
Summary: I bought the card for an H-P MicroServer after reading reviewers saying it fit. Unfortunately the huge heatsink prevented it from sliding along the MB tray rails, but a Dremel, a grounding strap, and time fixed the heatsink so it fit.
Summary: This card is very nice; however, low profile is slightly misleading as others have mentioned. I had to bend one fin on the heat sink to get it to fit. Very pleased with the performance thus far.
Summary: I found several sites that said this item could be used with a mini computer housing. In fact that is not true. It does not even come close. Be aware of that limitation. I did use it by relocating my hard-drive to outside of the box and then installed the card.
Summary: I used this card to rehab an older emachine ET1810 for a school age child to use for video streaming and playing Minecraft. This card replaced an onboard video with an nVidia 7050 chipset with an Intel E5800 cpu running Windows7 Pro and 3gb of DDR2 800 ram will push a 1080p signal to a 42" LCDTV...