A few months back, I posted about a broken heatsink fan from my video card, an Asus PCI-E Nvidia GeForce 8600GT. I've come across to what it looks like a bargain... An Nvidia GeForce 9400GT, 512MB DDR2. There are a few things that worry me, though: This is a link to the card This new card only has one DVI port (the other is VGA) From what I gather (and this is not from research, but from "word of mouth") Asus is a quality manufacturer, whereas I haven't heard of ECS Elite Group. From what I can see on the pic, the card doesn't seem to have a heatsink (I don't even know if this is a bad thing). On the context of the country I live in (Mexico) the price of this card is really a bargain (About $60). I am, however, worried that things will backfire just because I tried to save some bucks (I'm not really that knowledgeable when it comes to video cards... Too many companies manufacturing the same cards). Help appreciated, as always. Thanks! EDIT: This is a picture of my current video card. I hope you can see where I'm coming from, because this new card I'm looking to buy looks substantially different (Particularly because of the lack of a heatsink). I guess where I'm getting at is this; doesn't better hardware need to have better heat-dissipating mechanisms? This new card seems to have a very standard and smaller fan and no heatsink.