Not quite identical to my OEM unit that came with my Mac Pro
Amazon Customer "Owen C Jones", Amazon
5 July 2013
Summary: Except for the fact that I had to do a little modifying to make it work with my Mac Pro the way the old one did, it seems to do the job. It is quiet and the screen looks as good as it did before the old one crapped out.
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Ok video card for just regular MAC use, Avoid it if using Adobe CS6
15 February 2013
Summary: I bought this ard to replace the ATI Radeon HD 2600XT video card that came with my used mac pro 3.1. My experience with this particular seller wasn't the greatest, but the seller seemed willing to make thins right so it was ok at the end.
Summary: The card is fine. I bought it for a system that I built for my son. The Intel HD 4000 graphics that is on the motherboard has better performance. I should have done more homework on this before buying.
Twelvizm "I have a doctorate in rockin' it", Amazon
24 March 2011
Summary: This video card is the one that shipped with my Mac Pro. It was really good 5 years ago. If you do a search, you'll see that this video card has a tendency to fail. Most people had to replace it within the first 2 years. I was lucky and it lasted 5 (hence the 2 stars).
Summary: I did not do much research before purchasing and have learned that the card can be very problematic. On initial install it would not recognize the monitor, however, the original card in my Mac Pro worked fine with the Apple Cinema Display 23" aluminum.
Summary: I went from using the Standard Nvidea 7300GT to this ATI Radeon X1900XT in my 2007 Mac Pro. Right away you can see improvements. Firstly, if you want to run two 30 inch monitors, problem solved.