I bought this card about a year ago and love it. The price is very reasonable and its ...
6 November 2014
Summary: I bought this card about a year ago and love it. The price is very reasonable and its power is okay. It can handle 1080p games averagely so if you're into extreme gaming or would like to play the newer triple A titles at 1080p max settings, this is NOT the card for you. The card is very good otherwise. Handling planetside 2 at medium settings around 35 FPS and Dead Space 3 maxed out around 30 FPS.
Summary: I just bought this card for my Dell T3500. Easy installation with Windows 8.1. Didn;t have to install the drivers from the CD, wen right to NVIDIA and downloaded. Bingo. At this price, performance is good for video editing and beats the pants off the NV280 that I had in the computer.
Summary: I bought this for my WMC 7 PC so I could have an HDMI connection that supported HDCP to my Samsung LCD TV. Things seemed to go okay for the most part; however, I'd randomly get crashes in WMC. After completely reloading the drivers (from Nvidia's site) and reloading WMC (including the database), I was still getting crashes every day or so out of nowhere. I finally came across a post mentioning the error was due to a HDMI handshake failure.
Summary: It was a nice performing card, but It just stopped working after 3 months. I decided I would re-flow it...and it worked for a another 3 months...Unfortunately the last time it was beyond repair. Nice looking card, I loved the idea of passive cooling, but it just was not up to the job, as I didn't even play games on a regular basis.
Summary: Inexpensive low profile graphic card for moderate gamer. It fits in my slim desktop PC. I played crysis, left 4 dead, Minecraft, BioShock, space engineers with it. I'm very satisfied with this video card.