Summary: Even though this dual video card is not a current item on the market (what the merchant sent was totally brand new, in original, factory-sealed box), it is as good as I could expect for my DELL Optiplex 170L. 'Works perfectly.
Card is probably good, just wouldn't work on my Dell comp
7 September 2014
Summary: I couldn't get this to work in my Dell Optiplex. That was a fault of Dell for not putting the option in the bios. The computer came with windows XP and a 3.1 gig P4 CPU, so why Dell would not do that is a bad flaw.
It works. Boosted my machines windows experience index a ...
6 July 2014
Summary: It works. Boosted my machines windows experience index a bit and allowed aero to be enabled. Its not going to play videos on 1080p or 720p for that matter but it will get you a second monitor and decent performance on windows 7.
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.
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.