I'am one of those PC users that has a relatively old motherboard that sadly doesn't have PCI-Express expansion slots unlike alot of the new PC systems available today.
I was running out of ideas, maybe get a new system that supports PCI-E or find a graphics card that works with PCI, and it was a difficult search until I reached Play.com who had the now redundant PCI graphics card available to order.
Upon recieving the graphics card I was disappointed with the packaging as it was shipped in a cheap thin grey postage pack/bag and could of been easily damaged through depatch, thankfully it wasn't yet I couldn't get my head round the delivery solution that was made to allow such a flimsy form of packaging in the first place!
Apart from that, the graphics card was easily to setup, just gently plug it into a spare PCI expansion slot and away you go, install the necessary nVidia drivers and your rocking.
The potential of this graphics card is staggering, it will play alot of games that are new and those that are old yet require more graphical power.
I set the settings to high on San Andreas, maximum (highest) on Trackmania, and the low on Euro Truck Simulator just to name a few games that love this new toy installed on the system.
It DOES struggle with a few games that require a better graphics card, it WILL struggle with alot of high detailed games available to date and ITS NOT the best option for all-out gaming heaven.
However, if you need to get rid of that useless integrated graphics chip installed on your decripid motherboard like I did, this is the best path to chose and will lead you to a far superior graphical world.
All in all a GREAT buy, worth every penny and does the job perfectly. Shame about the packaging but you can't win 'em all!