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Pros: 2 years ago I acquired an older Dell system with a Core2Duo CPU with integrated Intel graphics. I wanted to make this computer be able to play some games for my kids to use.
Inside the case the PCI Express slot was limited to fitting a half length card no wider than a single slot due to the restrictions inside the case with CPU heat sink in relation to the video card slot, etc.
This video card at the time seemed to be the most powerful card that I could get with these restrictions (half length and no wider than a single slot). I am glad to say that after 2 years, this card is still performing with no problems. Over the past couple years this system, this card has allowed my daughters to play games like Skyrim, Civilization V, Guild Wars, Sims, etc. with adequate performance.
Cons: Zero.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend 8GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model TS8GSDHC10
Cons: Dead on arrival. Camera will not read the card, nor will my computer.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: No Windows XP driver available from the manufacturer! (only Vista)
1 stuck pixel.
Default settings, screen was way too bright and painfull to look at.
No DVI cable.
Other Thoughts: Adjusted brightness to about 40% so that the monitor didn't burn out my eyes. (default 100%)
No Windows XP driver!!!
Would probably spend a few bucks more for a better brand like ViewSonic, Samsung, Acer, etc.
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