WOW....much better fps when playing Battlefield 4!!
7 November 2013
Summary: I dropped this in my Dell Inspiron 660 Desktop, and POW!! It looks amazing. While the 660 is not really a gaming machine, I get great results playing Battlefield 3 and 4. It stays pretty cool under load, and has taken the jerking out of the games. The PSU in the 660 is only 300watts. This card comes with software that will allow you to overclock the core speed. The only problem I have had is the system crashes when I try to overclock.
Summary: This a really good deal for what you get. Unfortunately as happens with these kinds of things, mine arrived dead. I struggled with everything I could to try to make it work, to no avail. Had to return and get a new one.
Summary: I was not expecting this kind of power from such a cheap device. My Radeon (the model escapes me) died on me during a move. It was this huge piece of machinery that clogged my Desktop. It was wonderful. I bought this just to be able to game. I was unaware of how powerful this card would be. I can play most games in really good settings. I had Blacklist on Ultra, but it was a little "skippy" sometimes. I have Windows 7 64 bit with 16GB of RAM and this card does great.
Summary: I wanted a fanless video card to replace my loud one with a fan. I couldn't of chose a better one for my needs. I am not a huge gamer but to appreciate nice graphics. This one is quiet, nice graphics.... good price too for the power.
Summary: Plugged it into my Asus P6T SE, fired it up. One long beep, three short beeps, which means VGA not detected for this board. No video output. Not sure if the board is DOA or just not comparable for some reason.
Summary: Product was good while it lasted, quiet, low power, and able to drive my 2560x1440 monitor. Unfortunately the Displayport stopped functioning after about 4 months. Which leaves me out of luck for a multi-monitor set up with a high res monitor.