Summary: I've got a ten-year old Dell Dimension 5100 that was literally salvaged from the trash. I've upgraded to Windows 7 and I've upgraded the memory as far as it will go, and it does 90% of what I need it to do.
Summary: Overall this card is good if you want to have multiple monitors on a system that otherwise can't. I've bought three of these for that purpose, and they have all come with the low profile brackets in addition to the full size.
Actually fits in my low profile Dell Optiplex, and doesn't overburden the power supply! Yay!
John B. Egan, Amazon
2 April 2015
Summary: I have a Dell Optiplex 755 Desktop for streaming video and Youtube etc, connected to my large screen TV. The Dell didn't come with an HDMI like my prior ACER did, and this inexpensive unit fit perfectly in the PCI-express slot.
I am pleased with it except lack of instructions for installation
Marvin P., Amazon
6 March 2015
Summary: I am pleased with it except lack of instructions for installation. I needed to use the low profile brackets that were included and I had to just figure it out by myself. Also, the drivers on the installation CD were bad and caused BSOD when I attempted to install them.
Summary: Purchased to replace a broken "on-board" display adapter this card was inserted, connected to the monitor, and without further installation has been working flawlessly. I know nothing of it's Gaming or Video capabilities but as a straightforward Video Card is excellent.
Summary: You can probably find a deal on a higher-performing card for this card's list price if you look, but with a discount and a rebate it's really hard to beat. Only logical thing that could be improved would be inclusion of DisplayPort, but that's stretching the definition of logical in this market...
Pros: Low-profile, fanless, 3 of 4 common display outputs. It's honestly pretty snazzy-looking, to boot.
Cons: 2GB of memory is overkill for this GPU and mostly there to pay a few extra bucks for. IMO.