2 Monitors acting like 1 big monitor. Perfect and easy.
10 January 2013
Summary: Overall this card installs easy and works as advertised. Did have to swap out metal install plates for the low profile install, but that took about a minute. Overall, the card went in smooth and worked as it says it will.
Summary: I bought this card for an aging Dell Optiplex GX620 (3.0 GHz "HyperThreading" P4) running Ubuntu. It came with a low-profile bracket, and I was able to install the Jaton using the bracket with no problems. With the onboard VGA, the machine had trouble playing 720p video while keeping video and audio in sync. Once this card was installed and drivers updated, the PC was able to use VDPAU hardware acceleration to play 1080p material in perfect sync.
Summary: I installed this on an older PC running Ubuntu 10.10 so that I could make use of an extra monitor. After a couple of reboots and installing the latest drivers, this guy was pushing 2 monitors with no problems. The picture is crisp and clean and the card handles the all of compiz's 3D effects with aplomb. I don't know that I would recommend this for gaming, but it is just the thing for anyone trying to convince an older PC with PCI-E to run dual monitors.
Summary: Several years ago, I got a PC Chips A13G+ (V.1) mobo with integrated graphics (GeForce 6100). I got away with using the onboard for awhile, but recently I started doing some online gaming and I learned the hard way that no matter how much RAM you add, you're always going to suffer a degradation in performance with integrated graphics. This means having to constantly deal with lag, as well as needing to put the game's graphics on the crudest settings.
Summary: It does just want I want, and fits great in low profile.Low profile video cards were hard for me to find for a good price. This one works great for me. I always prefer NVidia cards. I have always had good luck with these cards. Easy to install and the website always has good updates and software downloads.