Summary: WOW, now I've got two video monitors,, a regular 19" VGA , and a 60" HDMI accessed HD tv. It was fairly easy to set up, (only messed up once, had to read directions) and it has very good signal clarity on both monitors.. it also has a DVI output so it can easily run 3 monitors.
Summary: I have an older Gateway SX2800 and wanted a low-profile card with multiple digital outs to get the most out of my dual monitor set up. In my particular PC it was a very tight squeeze to get the card in, but I managed to fit it in and so far I have been very happy with the performance. I was worried that my PSU would not be able to handle it given the cards listed power requirements, but I have yet to encounter any problems (overheating, display issues, etc.).
Summary: The standard profile bracket that came attached to this card was bent... didn't look very encouraging but didn't end up being a problem. I set the card up for dual low profile "mode". Because of the location of my only PCI Express slot I was barely able to get the VGA bracket into the right position for everything to work. I'm probably over stretching the ribbon cable a bit but it's working.
Summary: Just needed a card for dual monitors and a genaric Dell workstation at work. Worked fine, there was some confusion about drivers and such but thats par for the course with PC upgrades on al windows machines.
Summary: I purchased this for my HP HTPC system used solely for the purpose of streaming and watching movies. I didn't need to be a video-game champion or anything like that. For what I needed it for it serves its job beautifully and without issue. The system in question is fairly old and it was pretty choppy on high-resolution videos because of it. Now with this card the picture quality comes out beautiful and I don't have stuttering framerates anymore.