Summary: This card fit a standard AGP slot and the install process was smooth and troublefree. Did not need the CD that came with it, as windows loaded the driver automatically. All video operations sped up dramatically and I couldn't be happier. Fanless, so it is quieter than my TNT2.
Summary: This is likely the fastest PCI card (not PCI-e!) you're going to find that fits in a low profile case. The heat sink runs right to the top of the PCI slot, which can be a problem if your motherboard has any connectors next to the slot you want to use.
Summary: I got it for a HP 530 SFF pc for dual monitors. System has 1 short pci slot. Low profile short PCI card designed to be used in small profile systems. The problem is that it has no cooling fan and in the tight slot in a small profile system it overheats in a few minutes and locks up.
Summary: I wanted to add multiple monitor support to my low-profile case work computer. The product, while pricy compared to non-low-profile cards, works well for viewing spreadsheets, word documents and internet pages.
Summary: These troubles would be beyond anyone who is not comfortable working on PCs and finding their own answers.
Pros: Good video, nice price. The only card that would fit in my small Gateway E4000 PC with PCI port.
Cons: Very difficult to install. Directions are very limited. Had to switch to VGA mode to install the drivers after changing to PCI in BIOS. Then found problems with the drivers on the disk and my Windows XP SP3 system. Ultimately found better drivers on line. Had errors right clicking on the desktop ...
Summary: I probably should have figured out how to do this myself, but it certainly wasn't self explanitory. The process for hooking it up when your running from your MB's VGA is so: Just put the card in and hook up your monitor (or monitors). Change bios setting to 'vga: PCI'.
Pros: -Cheap card -Low profile two output, which is hard to find. (It comes with the normal face bracket, and a low profile bracket) -Great Tech Support -Powerful for what it is
Cons: -Installing it on a 2000 OS was an absolute pain... -Manual tells you to switch bios to PCI (if you are running from the MB's VGA), but doesnt tell you the rest of the steps... -Why not two d-subs? quality doesn't seem to be lost through adapter though.