Reviews and Problems with HP AMD FirePro V5900 2GB
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easily. Most drawings don't require such a powerful video ...
Earl H. Dillon, Amazon
2 March 2015
Summary: We had a Civil drawing need for this video card. There are some Civil drawings and others that contain 3D objects & tend to really tax a 1 gig video card. So we bought this one which we assumed that it would have enough horsepower to handle the terrain model, and all those 3D points in this...
Performance is as expected. Documentation that should have come ...
Amazon Customer "mlsjolin", Amazon
21 December 2014
Summary: Performance is as expected. Documentation that should have come with the device was NON-EXISTANT. If you intall on a windows 8 system, you will need to disable safe boot in the bios settings and enable legacy mode.
Summary: I bought this as an upgrade from a V4800. It works beautifully with three monitors. The only possible complaint is that if you want to use three monitors, one has to be a native display port connection since the card only supports two "legacy" connections.
Summary: Actually, this card is really GREAT, but the reason why i only give it good is because... this card is not meant to play games. If you try to get this to play games, you are wasting your money, even if you try to get a pair and Crossfire it.
Summary: I waited to write this review because I had read that these cards can go out in the first few days of use. So far I have not had that problem, everyone said they are incredible if they work. Please do not go out on me because you have worked so well.
Summary: I bought this graphics card as an upgrade from the AMD Firepro V4900 (1GB). As a Pro Photographer working with fairly large video files (36MP and larger) an extra GB of dedicated video memory was just what I needed.