Summary: After alot of research regarding video cards for my custom build music pc, I chose this one. It works perfect as there are no fans on this unit but rather a huge heatsink. Be sure and realize that this takes up two slots but it is well worth it.
Summary: This card is unable to handle images with deep within the pixeling, rendering blurry and stuterring images, including the Windows logo while the PC is charging Windows. It's hard to find information on the web because it is a barely used GPU, but I fanally found some articles explaining why this...
Summary: Works for what I bought it for! PCI slot support with Aero effects, directx 11 and multimonitor support. Plug and Play with my older Dell Dimension 3000 running Windows 7 SP1. If you're looking to play newer games at high settings, don't bother with this.
Summary: Needed this card for now until my next build.... This card performs very well at low temps and is a great accessory to an older machine. My specs: Windows XP Pro 64bit Intel Dual Core Duo 4GB Vengence Ram 480w PSU GT430 I have played many games like the 18 Wheels Of Steel series on high settings...
Summary: I was hoping to update and breathe a little life into an old P4 computer before handing it over to the kiddos. Originally the PC only had 512MB of memory and the original onboard video card. The PC was unbearably slow, almost to the point that it was unusable.
Summary: I had an internal TV card with 4 Tuners in my PC and there wasn't enough room for a PCI-E graphics card, so, because this card has HDMI, I thought I would try this card in one of the PCI slots.
Summary: This review is merely a comparison between this card and the on the fan noise and 3rd monitor support. The fan on my AMD Radeon HD 6870 graphics card has developed a high pitched whine noise. Before I could send it in for repair, I needed an emergency backup card so I bought this.