Summary: I was very excited about the prospect of upgrading my computer. Although I originally purchased the computer to function as a video server (both local and via PlayOn server) I quickly came to realize that the computing power was suitable for gaming as well as streaming video.
Summary: Prompt shipping, box contained both formats for Standard and New Slimline cases. My HP Pavilion Slimline s5112f has a PCIe slot it comes with motherboard graphics as standard. Fitting the nVidia was straighforward and troublefree. Installed drivers from supplied CD.
Summary: I got the MSI Geforce N210 video card for my older computer with an Intel Pentium 4 (3ghz) and BioStar P4M90-M4 motherboard. My problem was that after installing the MSI graphics card the BIOS display was terribly slow. Installing the newest drivers didn't help.
Summary: I purchased this to put in a friend's Dell computer. It would only take half-height cards, and this one had two half-height brackets (one for the main card with DVI and HDMI, and the second one for the ribbon-cable connected VGA port).
Summary: I bought this card to replace a 7300GS which had a fan failure and overheated. I have a mid-tower case, so the massive heatsink wasn't a problem. The low power consumption and subsequent low heat output of this card are a big plus, as is the fact that it has no moving parts (i.e. fan).
Summary: I bought this after an HP slimline desktop I bought my in-laws had defective on-board video. This card was perfect for the job since it comes with a low profile bracket which is needed to fit into the slimline case. The price was very reasonable and I haven't heard of them having any problems since!
Summary: This card runs 2 1280x1024 monitors fine and it's fanless, therefore there's no fan to die, allowing the card to overheat and die. The MSI Afterburner overclocking utility is a plus. This card can run some games (like FUEL and Need for speed carbon) on low settings.