Reviews and Problems with EVGA e-GeForce 6200 256 MB DDR AGP Graphics Card
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At the time I needed a video card that plugged ...
1 October 2015
Summary: At the time I needed a video card that plugged into a PCI port, and this suited my needs. However, this video card seemed to be somewhat incompatible with an Ubuntu installation, as the computer would freeze with this card, bur not with others. It also tended to overheat somewhat.
This Card is NOT Compatible with the Newest Geforce 6200 Drivers
8 September 2014
Summary: Ok, I bought this video card and threw it right in my computer as soon as I got it. First, I installed Windows 7 on the PC, which is partly why I got the video card. Windows 7 had built in drivers for the card and they worked fine, but I needed to install the official drivers for using old games.
allowing sleep mode to work and video streaming just fine. Would recommend this card for anyone upgrading an ...
David Dunsmore, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: This video card meet my expectations. I was looking for a video card for an XP computer upgraded to Windows 7 32 bit and this one is the only one I could find. It handles Windows 7, allowing sleep mode to work and video streaming just fine.
Summary: We have an old dual core system we use for uploading and downloading, lately the web pages would load so slow and choppy we thought to replace the unit, thing is the system always works. This card gave it quite a boost to the browsers and now we may get a few more years out of it.
Summary: Beware the bait and switch, which is really beneath Newegg considering all the business I've sent your way.
Pros: The card is fine for an AGP card, meaning 10yo technology. I'm knocking one egg off because when I bought it a month ago it said $10 rebate but when I went to the web site to register it was down to $5, which isn't even worth my time to dink around with all the paperwork.
Summary: No frills card, but filled the need on my daughters homeschool PC. Can't go wrong with (seller). EVGA is top notch like most of the brands solld , plus you can't beat the price and service anywhere...
Summary: I use EVGA video cards in home computing, enterprise IT work and in my gaming rig. Across the board, I have had no complaints with their GPUs and I recommend them highly to anyone who will listen.
Pros: I have a variety of these GPUs from EVGA deployed across our business and for a medium duty workstation where people may have to do some basic graphic editting or drafting work they are quite sufficient and they are very reliable. Ive run AGP and PCI varieties of this same card for years now and ...
Cons: passive cooling requires a case with good airflow to keep temperatures low. If it had a simple and well constructed fan on it, it would be a true 5 star product.