Summary: I am using a Dell Optiplex GX260 with 1.5GB Ram and 2.66Ghz single core Pentium 4 processor, now with a PNY Geforce 7600GS it is awesome! It's an older computer and DELL is a PITA to find a compatible video card, and I was worried an agp card just wouldn't cut it, and with no PCI express slot I figured it was hopeless, boy was I wrong..
A very pleasing experience and definitely better than before for sure!
12 April 2014
Summary: My experience has definitely changed in a positive way! I wish I would have purchased the same card with ddr3, however I am still pleased with it, especially for the price and age of the desktop it's in.
One of the last usable AGP graphics cards out there. Eats up Windows 7.
13 March 2014
Summary: It's 2014, and I'm still buying these graphics cards. I refurbish older PCs for fun and profit. I won't hesitate to buy a PNY 7600 GS whenever one pops up at a fair price. I own about half a dozen of them. The 7600 GS is one of the last consumer level AGP cards that was massed produced. Although, I've seen some 7600 GT cards from Asia offered on eBay that claim to be "brand new". I can't testify as to their quality. And, they usually want $60 bucks for them.
Summary: I bought the PNY Geforce 7600GS to update an HP computer I have and it works great! The graphics are awesome and its so much faster. 5 stars from me. I recommend this to others needing to update their AGP cards.
Summary: A good card for updating an older system but has it limits when using on newer ones. It works fine for me as I needed a upgrade from a 6200. One good thing is that NiVidia driver updates normally include a number of models in there updates and both the 6200 and the 7600 drivers are included in the lastest set. Overall, not a bad card.