Summary: I needed to add a Graphics card to my desktop on-board graphics motherboard to relieve my main processor of the additional work of video processing. I had just acquired a very intensive research software application and I could literally see my computer slow down as it tried to do both video...
Summary: Adding these to legacy systems that use the Intel® Desktop Board DQ45CB and Intel Core2 E8400 processors. On-board graphics have poor support for OpenGL which is required for Google Earth and Google Body, etc. This is a cost-effective upgrade for both ActiveX and OpenGL support.
Summary: this card isn't the best you can get for its price. the fan is horribly loud. it hardly improved graphics. i returned this item and it took an extremely long time to get a refund. i would not get this item unless you're only going to be typing word documents.
Summary: I read the three other reviews, and thought maybe the one star review was in error. Of the three, it was the only one that was right on. I installed it in my system (AMD Phenom II x4 3.2GHz, 4GB RAM, plenty of HDD space)to replace an older GT 240.
Summary: I bought this for a HT-PC pretty much specifically for the HDMI port on it, and it performs admirably in that fashion. My one complaint is that the tiny fan on the heat sink is horribly loud. Aside from that, it is working perfectly for my intended use of it.
Summary: For regular stuff it is ok, but when used on a HDTV the display is choppy with tearing on any action vid. Newest drivers, blah blah blah, I am a big fan of Nvidia but this is the first one I am taking back
Performs as advertised. What a concept in these days of O'Bumbler.
Tass Sonntag, Amazon
13 March 2013
Summary: It supports all of my admittedly older games, probably the toughest one being CRYSIS 2, on an old AMD processor rated at 1.8 Ghz running XP with 2 Gig. Other games I regularly still run are (Single Player mode only, I don't do on-line) Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and 3 and 4 Crysis Warhead Dead...