Summary: I bought this to boost my computers graphics speeds. It did do its job for about four months, I didn't know back then it was going out. In all my years of building systems I have not ever had a graphics card go on me. It acted like the ram was going, giving me blue screen after blue screen. At 6-7 months the screen would just turn grey/brown at least once a day. Now mind you my setup is a gaming system, yet i use it for business ONLY.
Summary: I was looking for a "Fan Less" and "Low End" PCI Express x16 Video Card. This works good for what I was looking for. The price was reasonable and I was not going to use it for playing video games. So I did not need a "high powered" video card and this does just what I needed.
Summary: I had a GTX285 in my system which I used as my primary card and a GT7900 which I used just to drive extra monitors. Well, running FSX in DX10 mode failed because it complained that the GT7900 was not dx10 compliant, so I upgraded it to this card. The system was 32 bit so I was looking for something cheap and with not a whole lot of onboard ram to eat up my addressable space, and this card fit the bill perfectly.
Summary: I bought this to use in my computer to connect to my tv (computer doesn't have hdmi port) it does transfer the video but there's no audio, I have to rely on computer sounds which is not so great. I tried all the ports in my tv buts seems like its the card.
Summary: I was looking for a very inexpensive video card to drive a second monitor. This unit provided better resolution than my original card and booted up flawlessly after installing the drivers. I am not a gamer so can't won't comment on its suitability for that application. But for general use in a dual-monitor environment it's excellent.
Summary: I bought this card for a upgrade of my slim PC. The best thing of this graphic card is you can exchange the profile. It comes with an extra profile. Thanks for this design, I can put it into my slim PC.