Summary: A good card, great having a nice quiet one, Clearly it would not suite high end hard core gamers, but for every day use & general games no problem. It does seem to run a little on the hot side, mines at 40c measured directly with a infrared thermometer pointed at the center of the heat sink.That's not too bad, but the PC is just doing inter-net work, which hardly loads the graphics card, I would expect a higher reading if running a game.
Summary: As I said above this is a very nice and low cost way to add HDMI to an old PC. It won't play the latest games, but a quick look at my son STEAM account would that it will play a lot of the stuff he owned.
Summary: I only got one of these cards to enable hdmi and dual display on my pc, not into gaming but barely meets minimum game specs anyway. So good for what I want. Also very low power requirements so no need to upgrade your psu.
Summary: I bought this card for a pc build which was really just from spare parts. It was for my niece who is mad about minecraft so i needed a card that could cope with that and run windows 7 without any problems. The installation was simple and straight forward, there was a much more up to date driver on Nvidia's website so id advise you ignore the disc that comes with it. Windows 7 picked it up instantly and the card was up and running after the drivers were installed.
Summary: Needed a cheap low end card for a PC, which only runs one piece of video software, so wasn't looking for the top end games card. This arrived in super fast time and literally installed within minutes of opening the box. PC started up did the usual location of drivers (already had nvidia in previous) and was running like a good un straight away. Software works well and seems slighty faster although the previous card wasn't that much lower in spec.