Need a modern 0db GPU that uses only one slot? Here you go.
Kevin Quattro, Amazon
22 October 2014
Summary: Truly a single slot solution for you HTPC guys with tiny....cases. THE BAD: 16 cuda cores only. (Blu-ray/MKV nice and smooth but no gaming here) No 4K support. Only supports bit-streaming of non-HD codecs. (Win7/8) However it will MPCM what ever you want at 96khz 24bit over HDMI.
Summary: It only takes up one slot. Others may take up two and for me two slots was one too many. It works very well with Vista and also works well with Linux. I am happy. There may be better cards, but for me it was a very good buy and I recommend it. Also, it runs games like Fallout 3 without any problems.
Summary: It didn't cure my blank screen, which turned out to be a dead motherboard. However...after I replaced the motherboard and installed the video card, it worked fine. Setup was easy. I've only had the card a couple months and that's why I only gave it a three.
Summary: It is So UNDER-POWERED, you wouldn't believe. You CAN NOT play GTA on it, which means you for DAMN SURE cant play Battlefield, or any other game made within the last few years. (2010-2014) Don't buy it. Get yourself a MINIMUM of 2gb. TRUST ME ! ! !
Summary: As much as I love the idea of a silent graphics card, I don't believe this card was properly engineered to work silently. I bought this card for an eight-year old Compaq desktop that I wanted to give to my son. I needed a card with an HDMI output so that I could connect the PC to an HDTV.
Summary: I probably am off on this review, and maybe the video card has nothing to do with it; but it seems to be no difference in the video performance of my Dell studio tower. Unlike the days of Hercules cards, where there was a drastic difference.
Buy this video card to waste lots of time trying to make it work correctly, or just to put directly into your junk box.
J. P. Midwest, Amazon
18 November 2013
Summary: Compatibility problems after upgrade from XP to Windows 7. I have been in computers since 1978, so I probably know what I am doing. My take is that the company has typical bad manufacturer support.