Summary: If was sufficient to allow my old PC to run programs that required more graphics than my aging motherboard can handle. Installation was a breeze and it was essentially plug-n-play. It's not high-end by any means, but I don't need that.
Summary: Originally, I bought an ATI Xpert2000Pro AGP and it turned out that the AGP was only 1x. My eMachines T3104 requires an 8x AGP. So, the NVIDIA Geforce FX 5200 is what I needed. This version has 256MB of dedicated video memory using DDR. NVIDIA official data sheet shows that it is an 8x AGP. Sure enough, upon installation onto my computer, it is verified since my computer is listed as having a slot for 8x AGP!
Inexpensive Dual View Graphics for almost anything with PCI slots
10 January 2013
Summary: Good, inexpensive dual monitor solution if all you have available is standard PCI slots. I'm using this on a Tyan S2882 board. I was able to easily configure dual view in both Debian & Ubuntu Linux with the arandr utility using the opensource default drivers. I can play a different video on each monitor full screened without any problems. Full screened flash videos play great in the browser.
Allowed us to use 2 monitors like they are 1 big monitor
10 January 2013
Summary: This card worked as advertised. Plugged in to the open slot I had and worked without needing to update any drivers. Almost too simple. The employee that uses the computer attached to this is ecstatic.
Summary: I was trying to get 3 screens working on my computer. I already had two. I bought this without even realizing that now I can have up to 4 screens because of the dual VGA on this card! It's older and PCI, but if that's what you need then this card is great. It has a good deal of power and can still play some older games (maybe 2003 or older). This card went in a computer I use at work so it never sees games, just web browsers and code editors.