Summary: Works pretty good. For some strange reason Win7 does not like to use PCI-E graphics cards with my mother board. Funny because win XP and every version of Linux worked fine with my PCI-E graphics card. The GT 610 to the rescue. It is a PCI device and not a PCI-E device, which is what i was looking for. It works as expected. Do be warned the heat sink is wide and on both sides of the board. No fan though, so the quiet makes up for it.
Perfect when you have a older computer that needs some ...
MIKE "Its Just Mike", Amazon
14 July 2014
Summary: Perfect when you have a older computer that needs some graphical power but the only connector you can use is the older PCI connector. This product does not install or fit in a pci express, pci express 1 or pci express 2 or pci express 16 slot on a mother board . it is for the older pci slots that typically would be the slot you install a old fax modem card into.
Summary: I bought this card to replace the older card in my Dell T3400 so I could use HDMI. It popped right in. Set-up was a breeze. I'm not a gamer so I can't comment on it's performance . For everyday applications lie I use, it is excellent.
this is a VERY long card and won't fit into my 2 pc's
mungo "mungo", Amazon
18 June 2014
Summary: it is 6 3/4" long, longer than the pci/e x 16 card in the full slot. That card is 6" long. The memory slots behind the x1 slot are 6 inches back. Newer motherboards have the x1 slot in the middle of the row, mine is the first slot. now i know why there are so many used cards for sale.