Summary: Purchased one to replace the OEM Radeon ATI HD 4650 card in my HP e9150t, which is a core i7 PC with a 460w PSU. The Radeon card had 1 GB memory, DVI, VGA, and HDMI so the nvidia card is virtually an exact match. The fan on the Radeon card had seized up but amazingly would still work with the heat sink. GPU temperatures got out of hand after a while though - they reached 100°C and the PC shut itself down when I ran HD video on the 1920x1080 LED monitor.
Works well in small form factor DELLs (like Optiplex 755)
Richard Clapp, Amazon
30 November 2014
Summary: Used in a DELL Optiplex 755. Working great. No overheating issues like other cards with only a heat sink on them. Used with games on facebook, a few regular PC games and MS Flight sim X. Worked for all. Not a great frame rate, but acceptable for a non gaming built pc.
Summary: I got this card to add to a small system I built for gaming for my brother. It won't run BF4 at a decent resolution but it will run most of the games he likes. Call of Juarez, L4D2, State of Decay and a few others run just fine. They slow a little during cutscenes when a lot if going on, but for $45 its exactly what I wanted and expected. For casual gaming its a great buy.
This video card came with the $600 computer I purchased ...
20 August 2014
Summary: This video card came with the $600 computer I purchased strictly for gaming. After a week or two I noticed how mediocre this card is, but if you're on a meager budget, this will do the trick. I've been able to play Minecraft at 60fps, but it wont run Max Payne 3 very efficiently. You get what you pay for with this low-budget card, maybe a tad bit more.