Summary: I had my new Dell XPS I got a year ago installed with a 7900 GS. It runs great and the capabilities and performance of the card are very, very good even a year later. This should be a 5 star review then, huh? Not quite. Unfortunately, a fraction of games on the market use techniques that work fine with everything but certain NVidia cards on Vista. I've run into particularly nasty problems with games such as FEAR and Sins of a Solar Empire.
Summary: I bought this card for $99.99 plus shipping here. For this price the performance to price ratio is unbeaten as far as mid-range cards go. I'm able to play Crysis in mid settings and 1024x768 witouth much lag. Other than crysis, most games will play at full settings except AA and ASFF smoothly and maybe at 20-25fps with them enabled lightly. Upgrading from a Geforce 6600, this card was a great choice. overall, i'm happy with it and its performance.
Summary: I purchased the 7900GS with my new dell desktop at the beginning of March 2007, its now almost July... I have 2GB Ram, dual core processor. The card works better than I hoped. Company of Heroes on highest settings is smooth. Video editing, and all features of Vista Ultimate work great on my dual 1600X1200 monitors (one flipped vertical, one horizontal). Using Media Center to record/edit TV has made my TiVo seem like a sad waste of money...
Summary: Nice buy. I'm really satisfied. World of Warcraft at maximum resolution (1680x1050) and max quality and NO PROBLEM. It was my goal, I achieved this I'm satisfied. My machine: Core 2 Duo E6400, Asus P5N-E, 2Gb RAM (Corsair XMS2 800 MHz) and this videoboard. I didn't use DVI.