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Pros: Power consumption is no more than 50w which is really good.
Works with pretty much any Rack Server of either HP, Dell, SuperMicro, or even Cisco UCS
Fits in pretty much any case. (comes with a Standard Bracket too)
Not loud when fired up at 100%
Does REALLY good for Home Lab VDI GPU Sharing in XenServer
Can Map a single VDI to each Video output on the card with UnRaid Server 6 and run 4 Desktops from 1 machine.
Cons: if ran at 100% for more than 15 minutes it will be too hot to touch. But the built in fan does very good at keeping it within its temp range.
Drivers for Linux are a literal pain for installing. Windows is fine, XenServer and UnRaid 6 are fine as well.
Can not do VGA Analog without a crazy converter.
Only runs at PCIe8x (not sure if its a con really since it doesn't need to run at 16x?)
(could be a con) the Color Blue?
Overall Review: Overall this is a very good card for the price. For what i bought the card for it works excellent. Which is to provide Shared GPU Performance for a VDI Home Lab.
For the Crypto Miners don't bother, it can really only do about 4-5Mh/s when mining ETH or about 130 H/s for ZCash I run Crypto Miners on new video cards to stress test them and break them in. This one does OK but your not going to make a fortune over night with this card.
Pros: - Great bang for the buck
- Dual driver modes
- <50W TBP
Cons: - Setup was a little frustrating
- Requires several restarts for everything to work properly
Overall Review: Purchased for use with an Akitio Node Lite. Works like a charm with included power supply. When gaming drivers are in use, the card does get a little toasty.
Speaking of drivers, download the Radeon Pro Adrenalin drivers (READ: NOT ENTERPRISE)
Then, select custom install for the option to install both pro and gaming drivers. Games will sometimes refuse to run on pro drivers. Voila, a decent card for both work and play. Equivalent to a GTX 1050 or RX 560.
Tested with a Lenovo T470 (iGPU)
Pros: -Low power
-Tiny (way smaller than I expected)
-Comes with an adapter to fit large cases
-4x mini displayport adapters
Cons: -Driver setup is a bit confusing and a mess, but once you figure it out its no big deal.
Overall Review: We used this card on a 2D CAD machine and it works great. Its pretty cool that it has a gaming driver option for if you are using it for work and play. We don't use it for this, but I found it a cool feature. Super small so it would be a great video card in a small or budget build. Great price and hasn't seemed to have been affected from the miner video card bloodshed. It wouldn't be an appropriate card for that anyway, so that's probably why.
Pros: Running Mint 19.3, ran perfectly out of the box open source drivers (including VAAPI). Multi-monitor: no sweat - enumerates from top to bottom. VDPAU+Vulkan support with additional packages that are in the main repos.
Get about 1000FPS in vulkan-smoketest on this build.
Cons: Haven't dove into OpenCL just yet, YMMV.
Overall Review: Would buy again! Seems like it's behind current tech, but linux support is where it needs to be.
You will be surprised at how small this card actually is physically.
Overall Review: This card replaced an older Matrox which was an excellent product too. The 4100 slipped into an older Asus P5QL/EPU Intel Core 2 Quad and the four Dell UltraSharp monitors came to life immediately. Driver installation and the software update was painless. Monitor configuration was almost done automatically by the software too. Application software using DirectX and OpenGL integrated seamlessly. Video conferencing is smooth. This WX 4100 card has more than enough horsepower for the DAW host and the four monitors it drives.
Cons: Display Port output only and adapters may be needed
Overall Review: I use this card for Solidworks modeling and it works like a charm. It was a downgrade from my old gaming card in terms of specs, but is still reasonable for some casual gaming. It’s surprisingly quiet for having such a small blower style fan and is quieter than the AIO CPU cooler at load. This is basically as capable as an RX560 which is leaps and bounds ahead of other options near this price and better value in my opinion than more or less expensive ones
Overall Review: I needed a card to upgrade my small form factor PC at work. I wanted to run (2) 4K FreeSync monitors but also be able to add more down the line. I also wanted 10-Bit color support as well since my monitors are capable of that.
This cards allows for up to (4) 4K monitors. Although only at 30 HZ if you run 4. I plan to potentially run (3) 4K monitors and it will do that at 60 Hz.
It will also run dual 5K monitors @ 60 Hz or a single 8K monitor at 60Hz.
This allows for a lot of flexibility moving forward. I have also heard it can potentially do (6) 1080p monitors through display port daisy-chaining.
Overall it works great for my intended purpose (2D workload /10-BIT support and 4K+ support)
Overall Review: Couldn't even test the card since AMD provides only obsolete drivers for older Linux kernels. The driver not only did not installed properly on Ubuntu 18.04.05 ,(got the error: amdgpu dkms failed for running kernel), but it also corrupted the boot loader (had to reinstall Ubuntu). Calling technical support is useless. instead to address the be obsolete drivers issue, they only suggest "try on Windows". due to lack of proper support I returned the card. My conclusion: for Linux users the card is going to be a big pain. Maybe even useless.