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. The one downside to the Acer is a very modest integrated video card. As I was on a tight budget, a little research was in order.
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. The motherboard g/card rated 3.1 under Windows 7 Performance. Straight out of the box on max resolution the nVidia rated 4.1 in Windows 7.
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. You could see each character in the BIOS screen being drawn and it took over 7 minutes to boot up.
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). All fit very snuggly in the case, with the heatsink from this card just barely touching the chipset heatsink. I didn't do any benchmark tests, but it seemed to perform well (under Windows XP).
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). My case is well ventilated, and not particularly warm inside, so passive cooling works for me (YMMV). I'm not a gamer, so it's hard to go wrong for 40$.
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! I'm very satisfied!
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. However, the huge heatsink takes up a second PCI-E slot, which might be a problem for some. In general, this card is fairly good.