Summary: I wanted a good video card to take the load off of my CPU and the motherboard's integrated graphics, but wouldn't break the bank and this card fits the bill quite nicely. I put it into my Asus M11AA computer, loaded the drivers, and was off in a flash. My Windows 7 experience score for graphics went from a 4.9 to a 5.7 and gaming graphics went from a 5.8 to a 6.6.
Summary: I have an HP Pavilion desktop computer that is about 7 years old. It has a video card that is integrated into the mother board and shares processor time. I was using 1 monitor through a VGA connection. I'm not much of a gamer, but I do like to play Minecraft. I was having all kinds of problems with my frames-per-second. Hoping to get more speed out of my computer, I swapped out my hard drive with a very fast solid state drive and re-installed my system.
Summary: Arrived in good time, well packaged and exactly as ordered. Installation was simple (as simple as can be working inside a desktop case with 4 HDs and 3 other cards) I used the CD to install all needed drivers, and there were no problems. The video is great! The fan is very quiet. I have used it now for 10 days, and have no problems. Price to value ratio is very good. I recommend this card, the manufacturer, and the supplier for a job well done.
PNY NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 2GB GDDR3 PCI-Express Video Card
Wallace Webster "MN Scholar", Amazon
13 May 2014
Summary: Very good video card. Met or exceeded all expectations. Very quiet. No stuttering or drops on any games or other usage. Would recommend to anyone who wants an inexpensive mid-range video card for an upgrade from integrated video or low-end stock video cards.
Summary: I also render video so it's nice to have something with CUDA capabilities to cut down render times dramatically. On most things, it's no better than cards half its price, but the ability to render video and special effects usually rests solely on the processor. This is a big helper!
Summary: This video card was exactly what I need it. It was easy to install and windows 7 recognize it right way. just make sure that you have the right power supply for it. so far is working great and the software that came with it keeps updating which a very good thing.
Summary: Slapped it in my DVR, installed the latest drivers and started getting great HDMI out. No noticeable issues whatsoever with the latest drivers. The older ones caused a bit of stuttering. And even robust enough to play some older games.