Summary: I can't say a whole lot about the performance yet, I'm still waiting on my cpu heatsink), but the shipping was fast and proffesionaly packed. It has dvi, hdmi, and vga ports, which I was looking for. Don't expect this card to play the newest games at anything other than the lowest settings.
Nothing fancy or high-performance, just the basics
Robert S. Gransee, Amazon
19 October 2013
Summary: Like the title says, you're not going to be buying this card for any high-end uses (i.e. hardcore video gaming) but for what it is it does the job well. The PC I bought this for is mainly used for "day-to-day" use as well as a movie or two a week.
Summary: My mom's computer is 10 years old, and I recently upgraded it, and installed Windows 7. The on board graphics card was "lacking" to say the least. The "Windows Experience Rating" for the onboard card was 2.0 out of 7.9. So I chose this card for it.
Summary: I'm not sure what my expectations are supposed to be since I'm not a geek, but I wanted to double monitor my system at home since I work from home, and my son said this was the card I needed and he ordered it; installed it; and now I have 2 monitors! Therefore, it has met its purpose.
Summary: Makes my old p4 perform as if it is a much newer machine, though I run Ubuntu and another Linux distro, works fine with Compiz compositing. Haven't tried VGA but HDMI and DVI function without issue.
DELL XPS 8700 Dual Monitor works great but there is a trick to it. No more black screen and 5 BEEPS.
Jack Shreves, Amazon
17 October 2013
Summary: DELL XPS 8700 Windows 8.1 this card works just fine for dual monitors. But you will need to go into BIOS and disable secure boot mode. I used the onboard graphics while setting this up. I used the HDMI plug (it has a cap hiding it, just pull the cap out and plug in your HDMI TV or monitor).