Spent 1 hour to troubleshoot with ASUS and was disappointed to the knowledge of the (non-)technical support
Dennis N, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: I had this card for 15 months in Dell XPS 8700 with 2 monitors through DVI and HDMI. At first it seems a decent card for the price but now HDMI port decided to quit and has "no signal". Spent 1 hour to troubleshoot with ASUS and was disappointed to the knowledge of the (non-)technical support.
Summary: So far, so good! I purchased this product because of its HDMI output and 2GB memory capacity to use with my HP w2207h monitor and HDTV screens. Using the HDMI output simplifies my wiring connections and provides a better image than my old VGA card.
Summary: This card is perfect for those who have a power supply unit without external connectors for a video card. It is powered by the PCI slot on the MB, so no power cable to it. In addition it has a rather low power usage rate, as it requires only a 400w PSU.
Summary: But if you get a board that works, it usually works for a while...ASUS is into volume so if you buy an ASUS product, you need to do that with the proper expectations; rely on the user community for support. Its all about the chipset..ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte etc just glue the chipsets together.