Summary: there customer service is a joke. my 6670 by gigabyte went out after 4 months still waiting on them to rma that one. now this one went out after 2 weeks. i get this on there site RMA Request finished, waiting for approval.. approval for what its under warranty..
Summary: I use these cards in Dell computers in our office to allow people to have a dual-monitor setup. I love the fact that there is no fan to die or make noise. Performance is perfect for dual-24-inch-monitors (no gaming of course).
Summary: Totally maintenance free: set it and forget it. Bought for roughly 35$ just trying to avoid ATI products. I had little to no expectations and I ended up pleasantly surprised. Excellent product for workstation or HTPC / home server application.
Pros: Fanless design with low heat output., Low price point.
Summary: This is the perfect card for HTPC users. Has both standard and low profile brackets to fit those tiny HTPC cases, it's 100% silent, and it's short so you shouldn't have any clearance issues with it. I bought it when re-building a HTPC out of new and old parts. This was used on a Asus motherboard to replace the aging on-board chip. I figured with the price after the mail in rebate I couldn't say no.
Pros: Comes with low profile bracket included, No fans to make noise
Cons: Heatsink is thick. You will lose a PCI slot, at least I did on my mATX board.
Summary: Getting this card around $20-$25 is a very good deal: - 100% silent - reliable so far - windows finds and install drivers automatically - VGA and HDMI outputs work perfectly, Haven't tested HDMI yet. - Many games from 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 will run very smoothly on it, but don't expect the latest 2013 games to fly in high res at that price!
Pros: inexpensive, silent, faster that expected for that price