Summary: This is a good card for low profile pc's with a slim case. The card fits great in my dell 660s desktop with 220 watt power supply from July 2013.Plays games on Mid settings like Kingdoms of Amalur and Diablo III.
Summary: My requirements were a low profile slim design that would run on a 220w PSu. Size and power requirements aside I knew it was not a card for 1080p@60 fps . It works quite well a as a 720p@30 fps card. I used MSI Afterburner to overclock it. I have GPU core up from 650mhz to 845Mmhz and memory clock to 870mhz. Used Furmark to test with burn in. Ran it for 20 minutes and no artifacts. In my small slim line case GPU temp was 80 with fan running at 84%.
Excellent standalone card, especially for the price
Jered Eide, Amazon
7 April 2014
Summary: I got this card to crossfire with an amd a8-5600 apu, and while it does that successfully, it is a very capable card all on its own. The 2 gigs of vram are more than enough for the games i play, i'm able to comfortably run Rome II total war on ultra, Starcraft 2 on ultra, and Neverwinter turned up all the way.
Summary: I ended up paying only around $8 with tax after a gift card and the rebate that was available last month. I bought this card specifically to play Diablo 3. With mostly high settings, but anti-aliasing turned off, this runs smooth as butter. No lag at all. This has been a very nice card for being super budget.
Summary: I was VERY skeptical about buying a budget card. I was gonna save for the 7750, but I decided to go for the 6570 after finding it on sale for $50. So basically I was expecting to get the 2GB DDR3 version, I bought a used one, but when I received the card, it was this one. I contacted the seller and he paid for the shipping (so I only paid a total of $45 for the card, its also the reason I do not have amazon verified purchase).