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Pros: Card works as advertised. Quiet. Able to use latest Nvidia drivers.
Cons: Bought this for a Dell Optiplex 990 tower to do 3 monitor display at work. The min-hdmi is up at the top of the card. First had to order a mini-hdmi adapter and the found it would not fit as the 990 tower has a lip on it over where the cards go. Next time will get a low profile model that has it so can use 2 slots. Having to go buy 2 two graphic cards. Taking off an egg for bad design.
Other Thoughts: Probably work in a generic computer but not in such models as Dell's Optiplex. I would stay away from video cards that have "mini" connections. hard to find cables (esepcially locally) and very tight fiting. Not certain why just don't come with 3 HDMI connections on the card.
Just using card for work and not games so cannot comment on games. Driving a pair of 24" monitors.
Pros: 1. Well packaged - had rubber covers over the PCIe connection and the video outputs.
2. Quiet - workstation has a SSD in it too and you cannot tell it is on. No noise except for fan on PS when intially turned on and after that is super quiet.
3. No problem with card or video drivers (always download latest drivers when setting these up). Windows 7 did find it and load drivers which replaced with newer drivers from Nvidia website.
Other Thoughts: Nice card for what I paid (was around $34). Installed this in a Dell Optiplex 960 that is listed as only having a 235 watt powersupply. I also replaced the 80 GB SATA driver with a 90 GB SATA SSD drive. Thing is fast to boot and very responsive when opening applicaitons and looing at moving graphics. Only basic gaming, web, email, etc. so cannot comment on graphic performance.READ FULL REVIEW