Summary: I had someone contact me about their old Dell Dimension 3000. I noticed once inside that the board, for some odd reason, lacked an AGP slot for an older graphics card. The customer had originally just complained that the graphics they had had had been very lacking and could no longer play YouTube or Netflix videos, which is generally all they wanted to do. So rather than just get a new Desktop for them, I got this nice little PCI GPU card and stuck it in there.
Jaton GetForce FX5200 128 MB Dual Head PCI Video Card
24 April 2014
Summary: Arrived before the date it was supposed to come. This is my second order for this card. I am impressed with the video card. It provides dual monitors on a computer that has PCI. I am using this on an older computer so this works very well. Installation easy along with the driver software.
Summary: I opened this about 2 months after purchase as it wasn't needed anymore and it had a grforce4 xm440 and it was used missing a screw, I'm the one who got screwed! completely outdated for vista and above after 4 days of trying to install I looked the card up it is a asus NVidia GeForce 4 xm 440 m 64m thanks for screwing me!
Works - difficult to to install drivers on Windows 7.
George Pfaffenberger, Amazon
24 August 2013
Summary: The DVD that contains the drivers for this product does not run on Windows 7. You have to explore the disk and drill down to the Vista folder and run the install from there. It isn't apparent that you need to find the Vista folder first. The drivers Windows wants to install does not provide any more than basic operation. The manufacturer does not provide drivers or software for Windows 7 on line. However, after installing the Vista drivers this card worked as expected.
Summary: My Dell's video card crapped out. As the machine is pretty old but still is useful for some tasks I wanted to keep it going as the second desktop in my home for a few more years. Bought this new card for a very reasonable price. It is an upgrade for the 64mb video card that had gone bad so the pc even works better than new. Packing for shipping was protective and the card shipped in the manufacturer box and included a disc with the drivers. A good replacement card.
Summary: I needed an inexpensive low-profile AGP card that supports Windows 7 (the Vista drivers will load on Windows 7 for this card). I found an old PC at the thrift shop and threw WIndows 7 Starter edition on it only to find the built-in video did not support Windows 7. After some research, I found this card and like that it comes with both the standard bracket and the low-profile bracket.