Excerpt: I bought this card because Adobe implies it is required to get good performance from AE and Premiere Pro. What a huge mistake. I can't even figure out who makes it. Nvidia seems to be a video gaming card company, and identical cards seem to have different manufacturers names on them, but all seem to be made by Nvidia. Why? They don't want to have to support us? Shame on Adobe.
Summary: Great video card. Power efficient so it runs off the PCIe power. It's also very quiet which is also a big factor for me. The card feels likes a huge upgrade from the gaming video cards I used to buy, as the workstation cards deliver performance and stability.
Summary: Great product, I just installed it for my old Dell Precision 690 and now supports some new Autodesk Maya features I couldn't use before. I was scared at first if it would work but it runs smoothly and it was easy to install and no need to plug extra power cables or anything.
Summary: I built a high-end graphics workstation for my daughter who is a senior in college majoring in graphics arts. After months of research, weighing price and features of NVIDIA vs.the competition, I decided to go NVIDIA. I run a team that provides modeling and simulation services to the government. All our machines use NVIDIA Quadro cards. All my technicians swear by them.
Summary: I use PC based CAD, modeling, and rendering software and I had an unused Apple Cinema Display sitting in the office. This video card improved my rendering time and the Cinema Display is working flawlessly with my PC. Installation couldn't have been easier. I was hoping for a bit more speed but it's everything you should expect for this price point.