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.
Summary: it had a mail in rebate with it, will update as to whether this is a bad process. you have to register for the lifetime warranty, but this is clearly stated.
Pros: got as a shell shocker, so it was worth the price. fairly good card, it can handle older generation games such as oblivion and assassins creed at medium settings when the resolution is high. runs very quiet in a large steel enclosure, maxes at about 47 C if your case is properly cooled.
Cons: not the greatest card, I would have gone with a stronger one had it not been a great deal. it also didn't come with any extras adapters, though this isn't really a deal breaker.