Summary: This is a very nice card for the beginner. If your into hard core like I am in, it won't work with my system. I tried to do a game on steam.com and it wouldn't even let me play on the web sites.
Summary: extremely good graphics card - was trying to play Microsoft Links 2003 on a Win7 64-bit machine - had nVidia card in it - forum suggested changing out nVidia for an ATI Radeon card (due to a driver problem with nVidia) - worked like a charm - using HDMI output on card with fantastic results on 19" Orion monitor at 720p resolution
Summary: Bought this card for a budget build.. got it for 65 bucks after rebate over the holidays and couldn't be happier.. i run a dual screen with my tv and my monitor.. full 1080p no problems.. no lag no failures.. ive had the card for about 4 months no problems.. very quiet..
Summary: I purchased this card to work with my a10 apu and when I installed it worked well but still not much better than the apu by itself. This card is very loud, too loud to ignore while gaming. When it had been running for a while the card would overheat and cut out.
Summary: if you can parlay it with a REBATE, then it is a good card for most users. it should play most games fine by the other reviews. i bought this to take some of the stress off my on board Intel motherboard based video processor. when i would burn or work on video the system would at times lag a bit. this card does the trick it seems. i can now process video without any major hiccups or freezes.
Summary: I simply love it. Cheap to buy and easy to install/configure. I wanted to hook up my computer to the TV and i've been looking for a good, but reasonably priced PCI card with the HDMI out option. This card definitely does the job. The updated drivers are pulled directly from Windows Update (although it still comes with the CD and the drivers on it, you'll probably have to update them with newer ones via internet) and that made the installation/configuration process quick...