The cabling for using it as a low profile card is not the best though because it's designed to only go off to ...
8 August 2014
Summary: Card works okay, it does what it's suppose to do. The cabling for using it as a low profile card is not the best though because it's designed to only go off to one side of the card and not the other [card takes two slot spaces when used as a low profile card]. The cable which came with it I couldn't use in a Dell Optiplex GX620, but I had a longer 15 pin D-sub cable here that allowed me to put it on the side of the card that I had to in the Dell .
Summary: Very good value. Installs very easily. When I have it hooked up via HDMI and VGA it does try to make the HDMI the primary monitor even though I tell windows to extend the desktop. It does provide a great picture and sound. I would recommend upgrading your power supply to a 500W for this card.
Summary: Works great for my home office setup. I don't do any gaming or much multimedia on the computer so I can't comment on this card's capabilities for that, but if you want to get a dual monitor setup for office applications, this does the job very well!
Summary: Very good card for the price. However gamers beware there two version of this card. One with 650mhz core and 1066mhz memory. There's an underclocked version with a core of 400mhz and memory at 1334mhz.
Summary: The 6000 Radeon is better from what I hear but is 20 dollars more or so plus shipping. I needed something on the fly for a machine that will host VM's, play games (up to Watchdog's level) and allow me to Remote in with out lagging the cpu. The processor I purchased did not have a seperate GPU as I didn't want it slowing down the cores while using the VM's.