Summary: I purchased this card to squeeze a little life out of this PC. Drivers for AGP~8 for Win-7 are only supported with neVidia's mid to top of line AGP boards. when I updated form XP to Win`7 and only because I installed a new solid state hard drive and the install went wrong.
Summary: Everything on Amazon's part was great, as well as a nice $10 dollar rebate. Card worked somewhat well. Don't bother trying to watch any videos above 360p, it ain't gonna happen. Make sure your games are played at the lowest setting possible, and make sure you keep all of your documents.
Summary: My old GeForce MX 200 64MB Graphics Card would freeze video play during both streaming and normal movie files. With this new 256MB card, I haven't had a problem yet. Installation was easy and it kept my old Compaq 5410US from going to the scrap yard.
Great card, great price, easy installation using Vista
14 September 2009
Summary: I had to upgrade my XP Pro PC to Vista since it wouldn't boot with the Norton Internet Security 2009 upgrade I had recently installed on it. The PC feeds four monitors and none of my existing graphics cards were Vista compatible.
Summary: I purchased this video card to replace the one that came installed in my Dell computer. I decided that instead of buying a whole new machine, I would try my hand at up-grading. I had no problem installing the hardware, or the software.
Summary: I bought a PNY graphics card that recently died. The card has a lifetime replacement warranty, so I thought "no problem, I'm covered." Sounds simple. HOW WRONG I WAS. I bought the card in December 2002, so the thing is not yet 3 years old.
Summary: PNY's lifetime warranty is a joke. PNY claims that their warranty for a product is only valid as long as they are still manufacturing it. So, in theory, they could change revision numbers every month and then claim that a defective product is no longer covered under warranty.