There are a lot of newer and better cards out there
2 July 2015
Summary: This card was purchased as a temporary card. I was building a pc, and buying parts as I could afford them. I had everything except a graphics card in the machine, and with an AMD Chipset, I had no on-board graphics.
Summary: I bought this to upgrade an old Win XP machine that my family can use to surf the internet and play a casual game on. The original card would randomly stop sending a signal to the monitor. With this card I was able to plug it in to the PCI-e 2.0 slot and turn computer on. No power connection needed.
Summary: I was told that any fairly recent stand-alone card would beat integrated graphics because of the RAM bandwidth. Not so... This tested worse across the board than an A4-5300 with shared system (DDR2) memory.
Summary: I used this card in a number of builds and refurbs in the past year, generally being used in home theater pc's, or other machines that don't require a ton of horsepower, but would benefit from more power than is provided by integrated graphics.