Summary: First off, I stepped up from an ATI Radeon X1300 (256MB) to this card, due to my old card having stopped working after a little more than a year of use (it shouldn't have failed that soon, but that's another issue, and this crap is beginning to make me really not like ATI Radeon cards much anymore). This card, even though being newer and having twice the on board memory, has caused me nothing but problems since I installed it.
Summary: I installed this card and from the beginning my game continued to crash on me. So after much haggliing with the company and three months later they finally replaced it with the Radeon 4650 HD card and ever since my game works fine!!!
Summary: I purchased this video card on 03.Aug.09 and it began to fail on 15.Sep.09. I was given the run around by the manufacturer's customer 'no-service' only to finally be informed that they would not cover the warranty as the item was not sold directly through their website. While ATI and Radeon products have always been solid in the past, I will never suggest that anyone purchase anything with a Sapphire label.
Summary: I have an HP Pavilion a1767c running Windows XP Pro and this card regularly crashes. There seems to be a problem with the Catalyst feature. It is very irritating to be in the middle of a game and have the error message pop up telling me there is a problem with the display refresh or whatever. No wonder it is at such a low price. I googled the card and discovered - too late - that I am not the only one experiencing difficulties with this graphics adapter.
Summary: Mit dieser Grafikkarte wollte ich mein in die Jahre gekommenes System (Pentium 4 3000Mhz, ASUS P4C800-E, 3GB RAM, 380W Targan-Netzteil) noch mal ein wenig aufpeppen. Leider stürzt der Rechner nach dem Einbau, noch bevor Windows XP gestartet ist und Treiber installiert werden konnten, immer mit Bluescreen ab. Ein Fuehltest hat ergeben, das die Karte dabei SEHR SEHR heiss wird.