Power requirements should definitely be low though, since the GT 1030 is supposed to have a 30 watt TDP, so one would likely be able to run on just about any power supply. Then again, most low-end power supplies could likely handle a much better performing 1050 or 1050 Ti just fine as well, since they only have around a 75 watt TDP.
this card remind me of ASUS EAH 4350 Silent
ah, so many memories on that card
I have one of those. So slow even Windows Media Centers own interface was not smooth with video running
, but it did get the job done(until I replaced it with a 5770[could do some gaming on my media center] then a 650ti[cooler and lower power watching SD and HD video]).