Dimensions (LxH): 6.225 x 2.713 inch / 168.28 x 68.90 mm
This Video Card Supports:
Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7
NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
NVIDIA CUDA Technology
HDCP - High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
Microsoft DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0
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3 different outputs - DVI, VGA and HDMI.
I use a DVI connection to my monitor and a secondary connection to a TV with HDMI that is not used all the time. This card defaults to the HDMI as the primary output. This means that if you have an HDMI cable connected, that is the screen used until Windows loads drivers. Within Windows you can change the primary monitor. This means when I start up the PC if I want to see the POST information or enter the BIOS, I have to either unplug the HDMI or turn on the secondary TV. (If only one (continued...)
Unless you plan to use the HDMI connection as your primary monitor or use only one monitor with this card, don't buy it. Otherwise, it is an OK basic card.