Summary: Not given to gaming, my requirements upon a graphics card are hardly demanding. This Gigabyte GeForce 8400 GS has shown no weaknesses in the use I put it to, mainly surfing, viewing a few movies, and a bit of YouTube, and has worked without any sort of mess. I like it just fine.
Summary: A good powerful card, Running a 32" HDTV and a 18" monitor, can play minecraft in full screen with settings maxed out and can play mw2 and if u down the settings then black ops. However, if noise is an issue then do not buy this card as it almost sounds like a plane taking off when you are watching...
Summary: I had no problem fitting the card and it is working fine, but i did have a problem with updating the driver, it made the size of the screen go smaller on the monitor so I reverted back to the one that came with the card and it still works fine, good product!
Summary: Hardware installation straightforward and easy to pci express x 16 slot, separate power supply not required. Software installation just as simple. Greatly improved the video editing performance on my Windows XP system.
Summary: did everything i wanted it too is pretty low power i only have a 245W power supply but am upgrading which i would reommend to any1 however this card is no good for any1 considering gaming or any programs which need a decent graphics card just for basic use i only bought it to be able to use hdmi to...
Summary: I upgraded a Dell Precison 380 to Windows 7 Professional and the installed ATI Fire GL V3100 could not wake up the screen on the DVI port. I searched Amazon bought this card because it was cheap!
Summary: Good Graphics card. Looks epic and got me a 5.2 Gaming Graphics graphics score on Windows 7. My old Mobo don't have HDCP sp the HD thing aint working butt still much better than the Dedicated on this Mobo.