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This card replaces an AMD RX470 graphics card running 3 1080p monitors on my SOHO PC. I'm getting 75Hz on my main monitor and 60Hz on the other 2. It fits much better in my small PC case and is completely silent. Some other reviews mention poor Excel and YouTube performance...not my experience. I do believe that, if using 4k monitors, then you should expect to get 60Hz on 1 monitor and only 30Hz on the others. I recommend this graphics card for office work, it's not a gaming card, when using 1080p monitors.
If you are in the market for... - A simple Nvidia solution with OSX support - A simple server video card - A video card that works in virtually any PCI Express slot ...Then look no further. This card will do exactly what you need it to do.
It's the last nvidia card with modern OSX support, which is important for reasons beyond the scope of this review. It has four HDMI outputs, which gives you the all-important productivity factor. It works in anything, including multimedia servers. It is NOT a gaming card, but should be suitable for compact signboard setups.
But for me, it's all about ESXi for non-Windows OS's.
This card is everything I needed, and I'll be getting a second card for the host machine and so that I have the flexibility to continue jumping between different systems.
This did not work at first due to my system. People on the Dell site seemed to have a lot of trouble getting a second video card to be recognized and declared it didn't work. I tried a lot and nothing seemed to work. I left the computer for about 24 hours and then found the card had been discovered in the device manager and was working. So, be patient with old Dell's.
My kid was complaining that her League of Legend game was too slow and her friends were laughing at her cause her computer was so lame-ass. I stuck the card it, and that fixed all these problems. I like that in a graphics card.
I needed better than onboard video. It will free up some of your system memory as a bonus. If you want to play, it's ok for emulation and old games, I wish you luck for anything modern. Multimedia is better than onboard and I am happy. Tested with W10 W11 and many recent Linux distros. For office work, multi display, it is perfect. If you have the longer PCIe slot available, get the other version. A bit overpriced finally.
i added it to my desktop with debian buster. works on first boot. i was worried i would have to use motherboard display output and fiddle with it to get it to work. to my surprise, it works straight out. good buy. works fine with Nouveau but there are some lags, sometimes it can feel buggy. with nvidia driver, works just fine