WOULD NOT BUY IF YOU OWN HIGHER END A SERIES PROCESSOR.
Dustin B., Amazon
25 November 2014
Summary: For the price this card is great for budget builds. If you are using higher end A series APUs then its pretty pointless considering crossfire resolution is exact same as just the APU. When i opened the box and installled the card i noticed that one if the fan wires connected to the card had one single random wire hair sticking out from the positive wire. I took a magnifying glass to it and didnt see any crack in the wire but just simply a protruding wire.
Summary: I need to step up and buy a better card in the future.This card gets the job done, I am not a gamer, but I do watch a lot of DVD movies and do a lot of streaming movies and youtube. I might up my rating when I try with the new Samsung 1080P screen I bought as a replacement for my current LG 720P TV that I am using as my monitor.
Summary: The video card in my HP desktop PC quit working and I picked this one up and it works OK. I wish now I would have bought the more expensive and faster video card. The old video card that died, was faster than this one.
Summary: Took this card to a computer shop to install as part of a computer upgrade. No problems with the install. Got it home and tried to hook up two monitors. The first (VGA) did fine but could not get the second monitor to run using the DVI slot.. Win 7 would not recognize it. The tech tried different cables, reloading and updating the drivers - nothing worked.
Summary: i bought this card to upgrade an ati radeon 5470 and i tell you something my radeon 5470 is 100 times better i had isues with this card crashing on me, 1080 youtube videos take longer to upload and can't overcloked i have to run it at the lowest settings if not it crashes
Summary: The Card: Bought this for my custom PC 3 months ago, so far no complaints. Far outperforms my old system. The Seller: It came with a 20$ rebate, and they sent me a gift card, with a 1$ activation fee. So it's really only a 19$ rebate....
Summary: it is a graphics card. i am not a gamer but process a lot of photographs using lightroom and thought i needed more processing power. i think i prefer the nvidia software. the amd/ati stuff is less intuative.
Summary: i bought this becasue of restrrictions on my psu (~400w). Also no extra cables required as it draws power directly from the motherboard. Just an average card doing average gaming for a less than average gamer. Nothing to get too excited about. I bought it to replace my hd 4670 which conked out after 4 years. If I had time/money and know-how I would have upgraded my psu unit (to 600+w) and consider a better graphics card x7xx or higher.