Summary: I just recently bought a new Dell computer and I wanted to play a few games so I needed a GPU. The dell i bought was a intel quad 9300 with a 350watt psu. Originally I went to Fry's for a GPU and saw that their Radeon HD 4670 was $120.
Summary: This is a nice card. It installed on Vista 64 with no problems and looked great from the start. I was annoyed that I couldn't find a specific power requirement, just a suggestion of 400W+ PSU. What is the 12v rail minimum amp requirement? Nobody is saying.
Summary: Being an adult, I would get the latest and greatest for my PC, but for an 11 yr old kid, why spend that much? This card does all that is needed for a kid with a decent PC. It runs and performs Bioshock 2 with no bugs or hangups. What more do you need to spend on a kid?
Summary: This was a great GPU but now I need an upgrade although it has been over 2 years with me but it still runs new games at amazing resolutions. overclocking isn't my thing so buying this already overclocked saved me the hassle
Summary: I upgraded from a lower-model Radeon card because I wanted better graphics in the MMO games I play, without all that pesky lag. So far this card has been able to handle everything I've thrown at it. I'm extremely satisfied with my purchase.
Summary: I got this for my home theater PC. I bought a 64-bit Dell Quad Core, 8 mb RAM, 1 TB SATA II, Win7 and I needed a video card. A little overkill for a HTPC. Problem is that the PC only had a 300W power supply.
Summary: I have purchased this card three times now and considering it for two additional systems. It is reliable, very easy to install, wonderful bang-for-the-buck, and when using it to update a system your job couldn't be easier.
Summary: Great card, it performs just the way you want. My pc is four year old and the card works fine in it. Now I can play games that I couldn't play before. It is quiet, requires only small amount of power from the mobo so u don't really need to upgrade you psu.