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Pros: I needed an X1 card and this one had good reviews. I installed it in a Ubuntu Linux system and added the fglrx driver for it. It runs great although I don't have a lot of time with it yet--so far so good. Video is very responsive and super crisp. I am running OpenGL 3D acceleration just fine with it. I am using it with xbmc media player software and it really rocks on the video performance.
The build-in Intel graphics that I had on my motherboard basically sucked. This card gave my system the video performance it needed for Linux and xbmc.
Cons: No cons, it is working perfectly.
Other Thoughts: I wanted a passive cooling card that would fit in an X1 slot that provided an exceptional graphics experience. This one can fit in any PCI Express slot. X16, X8, X4, and X1. It performs very well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I now have purchase two of the GeForce GT 630 adapters. In both cases the product has worked flawlessly. They are an exceptional value considering the performance, cost, and quality.
I use the GT 630 adapter cards with Linux. I have used them with Ubuntu, CentOS, and Fedora. They really may my Linux desktop systems rock. I have also used them with Windows XP and Windows 7 with success.
They perform great and take up only one slot width in the card cage. They do not require a secondary power connection directly to the card--another plus. Nvidia is my go-to when I want exceptional video performance from my PC systems.
Cons: I really can not say anything negative about this product. It presents an exceptional value. It works great with Linux and Windows.READ FULL REVIEW