Summary: It doesn't lag in the games I play(which I admit, aren't really intensive) and it's great value for the price and if you don't have extra pcie power connector, but if you do, I'd recommend 250X version.
Summary: Works great for what it is. I waited to write this review to see how it held up. It still is chugging right along working great. It is not going to compare to any newer gaming graphics cards, but if you need it for a work machine, it runs cool and works well.
Summary: I am using this graphic card as a hybrid Crossfire set up with my A10-7850 Kaveri APU. This is the discrete card that would work with the Kaveri APU. Asus's quality is always excellent. This is a great buy factoring the price.
Summary: Came nicely wrapped by Asus with everything I need, and was an easy install. I put this into an old vista pc, and its been smooth sailing. I play games such as LoL, War Thunder, TF2, Warframe and many more with a average of 50 fps on med-high.
Summary: I bought this for daughters pc to upgrade from the 6570 she had and wasn't disappointed. graphics improvements were great and the expandability of monitors is a bonus. great for any starter game system
Pros: nice clean design card. surprisingly great performance
Summary: I bought two of these as they were $79.99 on sale + free shipping. Could not get it to work on my intended rig-Asrock 4CoreDual-VSTA motherboard, there were no recent Bios update s for that mobo-most recent was 2008 and I had that installed.
Pros: Cool n idle, 77C under load n 40% fan (very quiet), nice price when on sale, 1gb ddr5 ram, no extra power needed. Works with WinXP. Can be crossfire'd through PCI-E bus(no ext bridge equipped)
Cons: PITA to get working since its's just released Oct 2013-see summary.Don't get if you have old hardware.