Summary: Upgraded old Intel onboard graphics on Dell 2400 with the ATI Radeon 9200 Video Card. Installation was a breeze. Nice graphics and does an excellent job playing video and with standard web graphics. Not for high end gaming but a real nice little upgrade for the price.
Summary: You don't get the store packaging, just a disk and a card. The disk was not self booting and there were no directions so I had to fish around and load the drivers by clicking on the right installer for my operating system. I feel like it was a fair deal. I got what I expected.
Summary: The card may be great, but I'll never know. Upon following the installation instructions to the letter, the monitor displayed nothing but random patterns. I could still plug the monitor into the Dell on board video, but couldn't change the bios back to the factory settings because all the start...
Summary: This is a pretty straightforward video card, just take it out of the packaging and plug it in. Nothing special about it, just what one needs to get a higher quality picture on older desktop models. Rather reliable and provides crisp, clear picture.
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.