Summary: I looked long and hard for the best PCI card I could find that would work in my Power Mac G5. The whole PCI-thing is very confusing. There's PCI this and PCI that. After a lot of research I believe that this card is the best that can be found for the older Power Macs.
Summary: If you own a classic Xserve, this little card will brighten your day. Yes, you can use Apple's own software product, or even Timbuktu (which is a very nice program I might add). However, suppose you decide to install Linux. You're pretty much out of luck.
Summary: The card works great and I have no problems with it exept for one. If you plan on using Final Cut Pro don't get it. FCP doesn't support PCI video cards. It only works with AGP cards. Everything else is just fine.
Summary: I upgraded a G3. I read reviews and knew that this was only supposed to make an old machine adequate, and that's about all this does. The Sims2 - granted, a very demanding game on the CPU - barely runs, and even internet video downloads get choppy if I make the window too big.
Summary: This card has DVI output, but does not work with an HDMI TV. HDMI is DVI video plus copy protection plus audio. ATI did not say why it didn't work, but they "escalated" the problem to see if there was anything they could do. Never heard back from them.
Summary: in the process of upgrading my *secondhand* computer, I found that some of the games I bought for it wouldn't play smoothly (or at all). I'd been hearing good things about this card for some time and it performs as advertised> I would recommend it to anyone with a legacy Mac (G3 or G4)
Summary: I was trying to run ubuntu on an old 32 bit PC but I had to upgrade the graphics card.(Ubuntu didn't like the one already installed) I eventually gave up with ubuntu but Windows works a lot better with the new card. I had excellent support from the suplyer and I'd use them again