Summary: This card is great, dont listen to the bad reviews,if your getting this card to upgrade a old computer with a agp slot. i got this card to update one of my 10 year old computer with a 512mb invidia card which was a pile of s***! im running a amd opteron 180 dual core prossersor,asus a8v-mx,2 gigs of ram,both the proccesor and video card are overclocked as high as they will go. and windows 7, and its super fast now i can play 1080p videos , or what ever .
Summary: Worked fantastic for seven months, then put windows into reboot loop. GC crapped out. No point listing specs, as removal of card solved problem, plus after researching online, found a VERY short lifespan is a common issue with this brand. Just out of warranty period...lol I am a little bummed as this card had added new life into an older tower.
Summary: I purchased this card because i needed a AGP card This card should have outclassed the card which crashed. But the drivers are outdated and there is NO SUPPORT FOR IT. worst purchased I made hoping I can return it somehow.
Summary: I bought three of these for three old NIB Shuttle SB75G2's so I could have four identical computers for an old racing game. The cards are double wide, so I knew they wouldn't fit in my old SFF cases, I cut them, fit the cards and new life was given to three old computers. The cards are still running to this day and work perfect for Dirt 2 on an old 3.2Ghz S478 Pentium 4. Whoa that is old!
Summary: I got this card to replace a GForce 6200 as it wasn't powerful enough to run some of my later games. I had wanted a NVidia but couldn't find a AGP port NVidia that fit the bill. (I like NVidia a bit better as their drivers seem to be kept up to date a bit better and I like the auto update feature.) After failing to find a NVidia card that would fit and was what I was looking for, I turned to looking thru the AMD ATI cards and that's when I found this one.
Summary: It's a good card I'm sure, but there's no way to actually use it with even the best agp system you can buy (I know I tried). Everything else just bottle necks the thing. Don't bother with this. Upgrade to PCIE and don't look back.
Summary: I cannot say enough about this product. It was exactly what I needed. The drivers on the disc were sufficient but for some reason I could only download one of the items in the latest 12.6 Catalyst suite (the Install Manager). But the card has improved the video and graphics on every app I have tried so far. OUTSTANDING!!!
Summary: Purchased this card to use on my ASUS P5P800 SE mobo that has not been utilized in almost 6 years! Maxed out processor socket with a Pentium D 960, and installed the maximum of 4gig PC3200 that the motherboard could take. Bought an LG blu-ray burner with oem software, hooked up a 550watt Silencer, and installed xp sp3. Drivers and blu-ray software were installed with no problems, and then the tower was "parked".
Summary: This is the highest performing AGP card available in the market. AGP is a dead technology, but for the select few who still maintain the aging hardware, this is a perfect upgrade. Adds a couple more years to your aging hardware, allows you run Windows 7 with all the graphic enhancement goodies including Aero interface with out putting too much stress on the CPU.