Summary: Works great in Mavericks. GraphicsEnabler=Yes In OSX There are some challenges getting the HDMI working properly. The video is HD out of the box but scaling option is not available and getting the audio through HDMI is also a challenge. The VGA port works perfect. In Windows everything works great.
Summary: Had a bit of a problem initially, the card was DOA. Sent it back to EVGA and they returned it within the week. Have been using it for almost a year with no problems now. Great card for the money/performance on a budget.
Summary: Purchased this about a year ago. Within the first month my screen experienced lock ups/ freezes, which required unplugging the tower to reset. Over the past year I average about three to four of these freezes a month.
Summary: I bought this card to be able to watch broadast and internet TV on my computer an also my LCD TV. Plug in and set up was a breeze. Everything fit and worked perfectly. I hooked the DVI plug to my LCD computer monitor and the HDMI out to my LCD TV. Great picture and video on both. Clystal clear HD.
Summary: For the price it is a great card. I've been running it since Oct. 2010 and I haven't encountered any issues. Install was a breeze on my old Dell XPS 400, just plug it in and you're good to go. What is great about it is that it is not too big and does not require a power connection.
Summary: Got a good deal on this with a rebate. Checked a bunch of online reviews before I bought and this is the best card you can get that does not require the extra PCI E power connection. Works great on Oblivion, Fallout 3 and New Vegas. Even at 1920x1080.