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Pros: Popped these into a Dell Vostro 230 Mini Tower and they worked like a charm.
Other Thoughts: Quick delivery and perfect compatibility.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plugged this into a 4coredual-sata2 r2.0 board and it worked.
Cons: The fans are pretty loud even at 40%. This thing is extremely long (10.83"). I lost both of my IDE ports on the motherboard because of the length.
Other Thoughts: I wasn't sure if I should chance this with the feedback I saw from others, and the motherboard I was attempting to use with it. I, at this point, seem like one of the lucky ones. One of the DVI ports did not work with the DVI to VGA adapter, but the other one does, so I am going to try another boot with a DVI cable to see if the port actually works. This will be a single monitor setup, so, I have many more video options if needed. This replaced a 1GB HD 4870. I installed the latest 16.1 Crimson Beta drivers and ran 3DMark 1.5.915. Intel Pentium Dual Core E5700 3.0Ghz overclocked to 3.6Ghz, 1TB Seagate 7200RPM HD, 2x2GB Patriot DDR2-800 5,5,5,15 running at DDR2-640 4,4,4,10, Creative Sound Blaster Live PCI sound card, and the Powercolor Radeon HD 6950 1GB on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: $59.99 for a decent DX12 video card.Plugged this into a Dell Vostro 230 after upgrading the power supply to a 500W with a 12v-40amp single rail.
Cons: It only has 1Gb of memory, but for the price, I can't complain. It does not come with a crossfire bridge connector.
Other Thoughts: The card is whisper quiet and never goes above 65°C when running 3DMarkREAD FULL REVIEW