Summary: Not for mac, but it works fine on Mac Pro early 2008 (3,1), side by side with my old ATI RADEON HD 2600 XT (256mb). Two power cables (6to6pins) needed for use on mac (not included, cables included are different and not usable), purchased online for 10$.
Summary: Great card, no major issues. Runs smoothly, but only gave a 6.6 / 8 in the 'Windows Experiences Index' (i7 3770k, and an intel SSD w 32 gigs of CL9/1600 ram, a workhorse machine...) Only dislike, I have a monitor with HDMI In and integrated speakers. It runs 1920 x 1200, not the typical 1080p...
Summary: I use SolidWorks so I bought this card since SW recommends a Quadro graphics card. For the money it was a good choice. Things to know: Be sure you have the correct slot on your computer motherboard that will accept this card, it's a PCI-express x16 slot.
Summary: I picked this up yesterday to upgrade from ATI for 3D work. I have to say that this little card REALLY speeds up the viewport in my 3D application. It doesn't need a 2 power cables like my ATI card did, apparently only uses ~40 watts, and it's fan isn't loud so that's good.
Good Graphics, Beware Sound Headaches, Happy Ending
David Elliott, Amazon
13 April 2013
Summary: Long a fan of Nvidia for SolidWorks I settled on the Quadro 600 graphics card for the serious workstation (Dell T5400) I bought on Ebay a year ago. I'm no expert but recommendations were for 1 Gig of video RAM versus the 128 Meg ATI FireGL I currently had - on which Pro E crawled.
Summary: Other than having to change over to the full-height slot cover upon opening, installation was a snap. Since this card was recommended and certified on Autodesk's site for use with Inventor 2012, it was an inexpensive upgrade to an aging card in a decent workstation. No issues as of yet....