Summary: Bought these to replace video cards used in one of the Flight Training simulators in our college flight training department. It's not the fastest/most memory/etc. but it was a great fit for our needs. In addition, the fan and ducting in the second slot worked great for our application. I see the price has gone up, but it worked well for us.
Summary: I am running two Asus LCD monitors with this video card in a new Intel 3.4ghz I5 Windows 7.1 computer I assembled over a month ago. I am not a gamer. The colors look accurate, DVD's and Bluray both look excellent using Corel WinDVD Pro 11.The speed of the video is fine for my purposes. I have always liked MSI products, I have a MSI GT 360 laptop and have used MSI motherboards in other computers. All have been bulletproof.
Summary: It worked great for me. I have a nice desktop computer (actually two) but they have built in video cards. I could not get Fallout 3 to work (I use Linux) ..... I know, Fallout 3 is a Windows game.) Anyway, after installing this card and adjusting my video driver, and with a little magic (Steam and Play on Linux) and a tweak here and there it is working like it was running on Windows.
Summary: I used this card to drive my virtual Pinball cabinet. It has enough horsepower to run at 1920x1080 with ball physics and GI lighting. I recommend for a budget gaming rig that is only running DirectX 9-10.
Summary: Initially bought this card for the wife since she had integrated chipset graphics (which as we all know are not optimal for gaming on), which made her experiences playing WoW and Rift less than enjoyable. Not the highest-end card to get by far, but still a great upgrade if you're running a much older model of a GPU or integrated chipset. Her FPS went up from 5-10 all the way to around 50ish on mostly high settings in both games.