Summary: Well, it gave me horrible VHS style scan lines. It wasn't an attractive picture at all, and to be honest, you're much better off spending a bit more and getting something like the GT 740. It's a much better deal for the money. However, if you're adamant about only spending this much, it's a perfectly acceptable card if you're lucky enough to get a non-flawed one, and you don't want to do any gaming.
Summary: I installed two of these in inexpensive computers that had a problem driving two monitors with the built-in graphics on the motherboard. This card speeds up the frame rate with an astronomy program that displays the sky and I can use either two monitors or one monitor and an HDTV at the same time. It will not drive all three at the same time, but that is expected.
Summary: Works pretty good. I bought it in order to allow my father in law to be able to play starcraft 2 on his desktop. It plays at about medium settings on a 1366 x 768 monitor without problems. It is much better than the built in graphics and requires no external power. Drivers were easy to install. I was expecting slightly more in terms of performance, but this is a budget card. Installation was super easy, anyone could do it even if you aren't tech savvy.
It's not the fastest, but a great improvement over the on-board video.
4 July 2014
Summary: This fit the bill just right. I used it in place of the on-board video of a Dell Optiplex 380 Slim Tower. NVidia recommends having a 300W power supply, so I found a 280W here on ebay and swapped the hard drive and DVD drive out with laptop drives to make up for the minor power shortage. I bought the caddy for the drives here on ebay too. Now I use the system as an entertainment system in my rec-room for video games, movies, music, or whatever else.