Summary: This card actually outperforms the Xbox360 as far as graphics go. I can run Skyrim on high at 30fps in most areas, it runs BF3 adequately and certainly runs WoW at a high resolution. Doesn't even have slow downs in raids, though it's not really much of a gaming card now.
Summary: Excellent card for a low price. Won't rock newer games with full settings but allows me to play almost all my games at a decent resolution and fps. Good for an entry level card, though the newer nvidia cards are now around the same price I paid for this.
Strong Enough for Certain Goals. SPDIF is annoying.
Ryan B., Amazon
1 March 2011
Summary: I see alot of reviews like this card is awesome! or this card sucks! instead of doing that, I'll go over more important info. I am running a Core Duo 2.91 Dual Core proccessor, with 4 Gigs a ram. I run at 1280x720p resolution on a HDTV.
Summary: Exceeded my expectations! The card fixed my problems, works better than the card the computer came with, and was easy to install. I was confused that it didn't have a power cord like the one I removed (6 pin I think) but quickly figured out that the new card didn't require a power connection, just...
Summary: I rated this product 4-stars, because I didn't want to downgrade it's reputation. I cannot comment on the card itself because I could not install it on my computer. This product requires a 350W power supply and an additional DC connection, neither of which is available in my desktop.
Summary: i bought this lil video card for my girlfriend's pc(core2 based pc with 3 gigs ddr2 win Vista 32bit home Premium), it scores 5.2 for graphics, and 5.3 for gaming graphics, runs cod4, and cod 5 at about 30 fps average, with prety decent settings.