Summary: This graphics card provides good performance per dollar, and runs cool and quiet. It's perfect for a low-end gaming PC or a home theater PC. I can run just about all of my games in at least 720p at good detail settings, which is great for my application (this card is in my server, which is attached to an HDTV).
Summary: Used this along with several other part to build our first computer together, I have done several in the early years of the PC so it was good to get back in the saddle with my son and build one together.
Summary: Excellent value for the price, and perhaps this is the best you can get for a regular, non-gaming PC (without fancy power supplies, extra power connectors and so on). Pro: This can run great in Dell Vostro box that has 350 watt power supply and doesn't have extra power connectors that are often needed for cool video cards.
Summary: He uses it for online gaming and says that it fits the bill. I will warn you that it chewed up a "basic power supply" in a few weeks. After we replaced the PS with a medium priced one it has performed well.
Summary: This card is an exceptionaly good card. It is a bit laggy, but that is because my processor is a piece of Sh%$. Excuse my language. Overall though once I get my new processor ill be able to play GTA IV, Minecraft, and more games in high quality.
Summary: I use for triple monitors and streaming video while working on other monitors. The Video Card's fan is starting to drive me nuts. Going to call for a replacement. The card starts buzzing from startup, and this is not with even trying to overclock or anything taxing. I've checked my system temps too... think that I just have a buzzing fan (almost like cavitating).... Additional to the above, I've checked system temps, cord managed, have good air flow...
Summary: My Build: MSI AMD motherboard with socket AM3+ quad core CPU @ 4.2 GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM (1333), 650 watt PSU, and this card. I like this card very much. At the time of purchase it was the best card I could find in its price range. An article on Tom's Hardware featured this card. I like that it doesn't draw any power from the PSU and still runs pretty well.