Summary: Works good but will not fit in a small box if you have one. Got to have at least a medium size box, I had to do some rigging/cutting on my EL1852G-52w e machine box to get this to fit into it which I might add had a very small power supply but the card seems to be working flawlessly on it so far but take in to consideration that I've only had it running for 1 week or so.
Summary: I have a pretty decent low profile computer, but the video card that came with it was lacking. My Windows Performance Index for gaming was 3.7 and jumped to 6.2 after upgrading to this video card. The most noticeable differences are in the games that I play. Guild Wars 1 can be set at max settings without any hiccups. It's also able to run all the episodes of Half Life 2 on high settings just fine.
Summary: I bought this card to replace the obsolete Ati 2400HD card in my HTPC because I couldnt run 1080p on that card. This little card does it and does it well. If you are looking for a nice card that doesnt use a lot of power and has a fan, then this one will not disappoint. You should have at least a Dual Core processor if you intend to run 1080p MKVs because a single core wont cut it. Pumps out excitement over HDMI to a 52" Samsung LCD without a hiccup.
Summary: This product is excellent, I do not regret buying it I have a couple of weeks with this product and I are super games well. I do not speak English very well but I recommend buying this video card.
Summary: I purchased this particular video card as I have a small form factor Dell Optiplex 755 desktop with very limited space for add on cards. This card fit in just fine and works as advertised. My Windows experience index for "Graphics" jumped from 3.2 to 6.8 with the addition of this card!
Summary: I'm a PC builder, and gamer (Crysis 2, Dead Space 2, etc.), and general fan of AMD in general. And this, the Radeon HD 5570, is another reason why. I've had this for about a month, was kind of skeptical as to whether or not it would play certain games well, saw sort of mixed reviews on it, but took the chance anyway - if this were by nVidia, or if it were a Dell computer, or an Evil-Intel-Empire processor, I would not have taken said chance - and couldn't be happier.
Summary: I've been running this graphics card for about a month with no problems or overheating. I was initially concerned that there might be some issues with running hotter or power draw, but the card draws the same power from my PSU and does not run any hotter than my old HD 3650 did. The only choppiness I've had has been due to my CPU being the new performance bottleneck.
Summary: The small size kinda makes you think this video card will suck, but after running a blu ray movie on a 70" LCD, with no drop outs, freezes or lock ups it was impressive and there was lots of room left on the motherboard. The best part is the video card stayed cool.