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Pros: A lot of these cards don't work and when a client ask me for one I just cringed at the time it would take to cycle through cheap cards. Read another IT guy took a chance on this one and it was a winner for him. I agree. Just make sure you have an extra 15 pin sata power extension lying around just in case.
Cons: This card requires a 15 pin sata power connection so if your powersupply can't reach it than you're gonna be off to Fry's. Order a 15 pin SATA power extension cable just to be on the safe side. They could have included one in the box. PCI slotted devices are rare that require this to chances are you power supply cables won't reach in a stock Dell or HP desktop.
Other Thoughts: Its better than the rest of them at newegg.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HP Smartbuy LV2311 Black 23" 5ms Widescreen LED-Backlit LCD Monitor
Pros: Its pretty wide so you can have a lot of realestate for cheap.
Cons: Lightest monitor I ever setup. I setup maybe 300 a year. That can't be good for long life.
Other Thoughts: I don't have any problems with a cheap monitor that works.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has a DVI-D and a DVD-I dual port so that is good.
Cons: All the 2560 x 1440 monitors require DVI-D so good thing the other monitor can handle DVD-I and is lower resolution or this would be a useless card for me.
Other Thoughts: Couldn't find a cheaper card to run 2560 x1440 DVD-D and at least a DVD-I to run the other monitor.READ FULL REVIEW