Summary: This product gave three different display outputs, also the AGP interfaces it has is good for anyone with an older computer system. Would recommend this video card for anyone upgrading an older computer system..
EXCELLENT board for AGP, wish it included a power cable
David Kramer, Amazon
7 April 2013
Summary: This AGP board worked flawlessly, supports Steam and other game platforms well, smooth graphics action. Wish it included a 3-to-6 inch power cable extender or inline jack, but that's trivial...
Summary: I replaced my NVidia GeForce 6600 AGP with the HIS Radeon HD 4650 AGP and what a big difference it made! Better picture and frame to frame speed. Way better in every way. I have Windows XP Home and Pentium 4, 2.4 Ghz system with 4 GB of RAM. Installing the video card was easy and installation of the drivers and driver update was a cinch. Highly recommend to anyone using AGP of lesser capability.
Summary: My younger brother had received an old gaming computer (up to date circa 2006) that was outdated. It was being unused for years, until i told him that i would get it running again. I updated it to windows 7 and loaded new drivers for everything. downloaded minecraft which he was dying to play, only to find out it wouldnt run due to the old card. I bought this, and it arrived very fast. Switched out the cards with ease, and loaded minecraft. It has worked perfectly since.
Summary: I recently got an old Shuttle XPC with a broken power supply, and decided I would repair it and turn this little computer into a multimedia unit for my livingroom. I wanted a HDMI output, but since the Shuttle only has an AGP slot, there weren't many choices for graphics cards out there. So the ATI Radeon HD 4650 card was purchased and fitted just fine. I however drilled a hole in the computer casing above the fan just to ensure sufficient airflow to the card.
Summary: I ordered this HIS 4650 HD agp to replace a Axle3d Geforce 7950 that I ordered and was defective, I was reluctent to try an ATI card from all the post I have read about thier drivers. I have used Nvidia cards since 3DFX went out of buisness (best cards and drivers IMHO) and have not had a problem with Nvidia drivers or installation.
Summary: I had an older card with 512 mb of memory and never really had a problem with it other than it running pretty hot all the time. Well the fan on it finally died (five years old and I never shut down the system it was in, pretty good IMHO) and was looking for another Nvidia card because that's mostly what I've used over the years. Given that my older system has only PCI and AGP, I had a limited selection.