Summary: I bought several of those in order to use them on several older workstations equiped with older xeon processors and 6gb of ram.With those they were able to run windows7 x64 with aero enabled with no problems. Overall great bang for your bucks if you are trying to squeeze the maximum out of older AGP port equiped machines.
Summary: This is a high-end card from around 2004 and supports DirectX 9.0b. It easily plays most 3D based games from around that time. Personally the most demanding games I've played using it are AOE 3 and NFS: Most Wanted. It works well with WinXP Pro SP3. Drivers for the card can be easily downloaded from the AMD/ATI website. VIVO is an additional, useful feature that is included on some cards.
Summary: I have been using ATI graphic cards for many years. When my old one in my desk top started acting up, I decided it was time to upgrade. Most of my computers are old technology or legacy as some call them, but they work fine for my needs and the parts are usually pretty cheap/inexpensive. I have had problems recently finding older AGP cards and when this card came up on eBay I went for it. It has both a VGA and DVI output.