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.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: Bought this for a HTPC for hardware accelerated HD playback ... with 1080p BluRay discs this card plays back at 7FPS!! It's got something to do with only having 128MB of real RAM coupled with "Turbocache" that constantly suffles frames back and forth to system RAM ...