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The XFX GT-610N-CNF2 is an entry-level graphics card that delivers boosted power for your daily tasks and casual games. With the power of the GeForce GT610, you can accelerate editing of your photos and HD videos, immerse yourself in Blu-Ray 3D movies, enjoy life-like graphics on your screen, and create a richer web experience with HTML5 GPU accelerated browser like Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 9. This graphics card also uses quality components for reliable and stable performance. It is also low profile ready.
Excellent card for Linux workstation
Pros: Price, form factor, and it's support on Linux distributions. Even with open source drivers
Cons: Probably wouldn't be good for too much gaming, that is to be expected at this price point though.
Other Thoughts: Excellent card, had it running with Fedora 17 on an Ivy Bridge system I built. Supported and detected immediately by Fedora and ran well on a dual 1080p monitor setup. No complaints, excellent card if you need some low end graphics power.
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Good up grade
Pros: Fairly easy install with Win 7, super easy with Win 8, OS does all the work. Not a heavy gamer, handles Orcs must die well and world of tanks.
Cons: Non so far
Other Thoughts: This is on an ASUS board with 4g of ram and a Pentium dual core @ 3.0g I intend to get another for my AMD rig.
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“Price, form factor, and it's support on Linux distributions. Even with open source drivers”— N3twrkM4n 1/12/2013
“Fairly easy install with Win 7, super easy with Win 8, OS does all the work. Not a heavy gamer, handles Orcs must die well ...”— mrunderhill 10/4/2012