Summary: I removed the old graphics/video card in the PCIe 16 slot and substituted this one. Then I was able easily to run my four Dell 20" monitors, a combination of VGA (with an adaptor) and DVI inputs. Windows 7 makes it easy to configure the monitors however you want.
Summary: For years, I have been trying to rectify old systems to become multi-monitor workstations which usually requires multiple graphics cards. This product is a great all-in-one card for three or more monitors. Probably not great for heavy CAD, video applications, or gaming, but great for landscaped monitors displaying (relatively) static information.
Summary: If you love the blue screen of death (BSOD), this card is for you. It would BSOD when simply running the windows experience index. It also did so unpredictably and inexplicably. During its brief up time, it had similar performance to USB video adaptors. Not one of NVidia's best efforts. I think it goes without saying that I don't recommend the card.
Excellent card for Win 7 PCs with only one PCI slot but 4 monitors.!
22 July 2014
Summary: There are very few cheap options open to Windows 7 PC owners that only have 1 PCI slot and need 4 monitors - This is one! The card fits happily into one full height slot and does not extend across other slot's spaces. Handles business graphics needs well (not sure how it compares with more modern cards performance wise but I don't care) I arrived with two DMS-59 splitter cables which were DVI type rather than the advertised VGA ones, but luckily that was not an issue for...