Summary: Used to replace the same card from an S2u Virtual Reality bike..... Just like any graphics card ease of installation was simple..... Works fine in bike for now.... They just overheat and burn out after awhile....
Summary: Great video card that's a fast and inexpensive solution. Works beautifully with all versions of Windows including Windows 7. It's also MSI quality so it's built to last. I have this same card in both my HTPC and now my actual computer. Best bang for your buck.
Summary: I acquired this card for free with a system that i got. As far as the specs go, It runs everything with ease. Wouldn't consider it for hardcore maxed settings gaming, but overall it does a good job. The card runs nicely at a normal temperature and is very quiet. Runs World of Warcraft with a steady framerate with medium settings and X-plane 9 smoothly with also medium settings. The DVI output is really nice. Only drawback is the low amount of onboard RAM.
Summary: I bought this for our church's box running Windows xp 64-bit. The only drawback was that the original driver files do not load up with the 64-bit edition of XP. I almost wiped the hard drive and installed a clean copy of a 32-bit version, but then I got the novel idea of checking with NVIDIA's website. Sure enough, they had the correct driver I needed for this card. Downloaded the file and was up and running in minutes. Got dual monitor support. Couldn't be happier.
Card is good - drivers and software are problematic
D. Miller, Amazon
27 February 2010
Summary: I've had this issue with video cards in the past, but they still seem to occur. The card is fine - but the drivers caused my Windows 7 PC to crash and not boot to Windows. I uninstalled all of the drivers and i'm using the card as is, with its native settings. This is ok, but i cannot crank up the resolution. Disappointed that video card manufacturers still ship such problematic software with their hardware.