Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 5570
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Three for the Show!
LongJohn "Ad Hoc Tech Guy", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: School group needed help with projection of theatrical scenery, requiring 2 projectors and one control screen. This hardware fit the bill and delivered perfectly. Now, if only the projection software was this easy!
Summary: This did not work well in a Dell OptiPlex 9020. Video artifacts were seen on the screens. No issues were seen with the on-board video. I updated to the latest drivers but problems persisted. I returned this and got a different card that works fine.
Summary: This is the Best Video card that I have ever tried. I literally pulled out my old card, Plugged this one in, hooked up my monitors and turned the computer on. I let windows install the drivers. I did not need to go into the BIOS. Started to computer and was good to go.
Pros: Decent card. For business graphics on up to 4 monitors with Windows 7 or 8 it will do the job
Cons: There is no real warranty support if your card fails 1 year and 1 day after you bought it and you didn't register the card in the first 30 days. VisionTek will not honor the warranty. I have been in the IT industry for 16 years and have had to do warranty replacements on a lot of equipment and ha...
Summary: The first one was dead out of the box. Port one (which must work if the card is to be used) wouldn't work and my home page was there so I couldn't do anything but put the old card back in and get a replacement. The replacement has a flashing band on the same input port.
Summary: I purchased this Video Card to replace an NVidia Video Card that had gone bad. I am running 4 monitors on an Acer Aspire desktop which was recently purchased and runs Windows 8. Initially the computer did not recognize the card and all four screens were black.