Summary: Although it may now be somewhat dated; It fit the bill for me fine. I only have a 250watt power supply and I needed something to speed up game graphics. So far I have been able to run all games on high res etc... and still get +60fps.
Summary: I purchased this card for a computer I am rebuilding for a Christmas present. for computers with only a 300w power source this card is one of the best from nvidia. I didn't test any hardcore games before wrapping but, tried Spore at max and it ran beautifully.
Summary: I bought this card to game on, games such as,, call of duty, minecraft, borderlands, and so on. It performs beautifully, it's a great card, works on a 300 watt power supply with powe to spare, Runs relatively cool especially considering its a fan less card,
Summary: This is a solidly build card for $30. It installed fairly easily. I initially downloaded and installed the latest driver manually. This made the card very slow and jittery. To fix this I install the default driver from the supplied disk, then automatically updated to the latest using Windows 7...
Summary: I bought this card to replace a dying GeForce 8600GT, and the difference between the two cards is dramatic. Frame rates have more than doubled. HAWX plays smoothly with no jarring or hesitations. Moreover, the temperature of the GPU rarely rises above 120F and usually hovers around 105F.
Summary: It can play the games I like, usually on the highest settings, and it doesn't get too hot. My previous older fanless card got up to about 95C on load, while this one only goes up to mid 70s on a hot day, while it idles at around 45.
Summary: I agree with virtually everything the first six reviewers posted here from a technical perspective. I love the card. In my case the GT 240 Zone replaced an nVidia Verto 9600GT because the fan was making such an ungodly racket (i.e. NOT for performance reasons.