Summary: I tuned my old XP box into a HTPC so i needed an AGP card with HDMI output and I was relieved this card was around. For the price you can get two or three PCIe cards but you get what you pay for and this is a great card.
Summary: Installed this card in an 7 yr old HP A735W that I converted to Windows 7 Professional. It's running an AMD processor and 2Gigs of pc3200. Card went in without a problem, used the driver cd that came in the box with the card. Restarted and it was all good.
Summary: I bought this for a friend who didn't have money for a proper system upgrade. It gets you current to about 2007-2008 era gaming graphics. If you desire the latest and greatest, you'll have to make that investment for the new PC. Kudos to Gigabyte for even giving these old AGP systems an option.
Summary: i plan on building a new computer for battlefield 3. but till then i picked up this card to bring some life into my old system. i was pretty much blown away how much it helped. im able to run games like modern warface 2 with very smooth gameplay. im still sporting a P4 3ghz. 2g of ram.
Summary: I bought one of these cards to put into an old Pentium 4 system I am refurbing for 2 of my grandsons (ages 7&5). In a setup with a P4 2.67Ghz, 2Gb ram, 120Gb hard drive, this card lets Windows 7 run all the Aero features.
Summary: Avoid this card if you're expecting the HDMI connector to provide both video and audio. It just does video. You still need to use a sound card or other output from your computer to your tv or sound system.