Summary: I have an AMD A10-5800\AMD Radeon HD 7660D processor and run it in dual mode with the card and I am playing Star Wars The Old Republic and Final Fantasy 14 on the highest settings and get good frame rates. Just be sure to have a good cooler on the processor and you are good to go. No overclocking even necessary. I wouldn't recommend it to a gamer as a solo card, but as great backup to the onboard card it is the best deal on the market.
Summary: Gigabyte makes a decent product, and as budget video cards go, this one specs out fairly well. It takes up some room in the case, so be sure that you aren't limited to the 'slim' cards only before you buy. No additional pci-e power connector is necessary for the card to run. I have been receiving occasional BSODs since installing this, all memory-related.
Summary: I had to simply disconnect the fan since it was making contact with the shroud that was surrounding it. I wasn't playing games on the computer so the work intensity was minimal and thus felt I could get by without the fan. The inexpensiveness of the item wasn't worth my time to return for exchange. Had I gotten locally I would have certainly returned it.
Doesn't work in my computer for no discernible reason
18 December 2013
Summary: My sister purchased this as a birthday present for me. I was excited to see it come as I read some good reviews about it, and the shipping was very fast. I made multiple preparations beforehand such as switching to case to accomadate for its size and changing the power supply. Finally it arrived and I installed the necessary drivers, plugged in the card, and... Nothing. No troubleshooting I tried had worked.
Summary: Worked flawlessly in the mid-range build that I used it for. Wasn't build for gaming, so I can't comment on how it works in any of the recent games, but certainly will keep up with every other task outside of serious video rendering.