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Pros: Cheap. Easy to install. Has AMD written all over it. That's about it.
Cons: Not as good as the onboard Intel graphics. The board has ddr2 memory bus, so there may be some conflict with card, since it's ddr3. I didn't expect much, but I did think it would be faster than onboard graphics. I'll just save it for a backup in another system (with ddr3 mem).
Other Thoughts: I'm not really disappointed with it, since it was really really cheap. Ya get what ya pay fer!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: good price... very easy installation, didn't even have to use the driver disk.
I installed this on a MB that has onboard Intel graphics...yuk! Not impressed with onboard Intel graphics! This Zotac card freed up the main processors and makes scrolling smooth as silk. I'm really impressed.
It's really quiet since it has no fan. I haven't used it in gameage yet, since I'm not much of a gamer, so I can't talk about that subject. But I'm impressed with the card. I think I'll buy another one! They're on sale!
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Not real familiar with Zotac. This thing could poop-out any day.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Harman/Kardon AVR 1650 5.1-Channel AV Receiver
Pros: nice sound, easy to setup, looks good, good frequency range. Better than my 15 year old Yamaha amp that was very good, very good indeed.
Cons: supplied manual very lacking, no switched outlets on the back for peripherals. When using the On Screen Display, the tv picture and sound disappear to display OSD instructions, so you can't see or hear how your selections changed. Must get totally out of OSD.
Other Thoughts: No input for a turntable. My old Yamaha home theater amp had one. Nowadays, that's not a big deal. But for those with a turntable, that would have been nice. Same thing with the lack of switched outlets on the back of the unit. Switched outlets on the back are electrical outlets for tape decks, CD's, DVD's, etc. They turn on the device when amp is turned on.READ FULL REVIEW