Summary: This may not be the top of the line graphic card out there, but for the price, it's a great upgrade from most built-in graphic cards. It doesn't handle full on graphic settings for most of the games I've tried, but it does do the "Good" settings very well.
Summary: This card even though it is way out dated still performs great. Still have it and I am able to watch movies, play most games also. If on a tight budget this is the card to get. Reviews are good on this card to that is why I bought it
Summary: I love this card. I have had no problems with it. I use it in Widows XP pro computer which I use for my older games and it works outstanding. For this reason (and price) I chose this graphics card and was not disappointed.
Summary: Not bad videocard for what I paid for it, after rebates, i think about $30. Not bad. Not Direct11X; but is very decent. Was and (actually now) playing Dragonage II on it; and it runs pretty good. Not able to overclock it a lot; but it is decent.
Summary: I'm a middle-of-the-road kinda guy. And I'm a shopper - price is important to me. But that doesn't mean I like to settle for the mediocre. I added this card to my Gigabyte GA-MA785GPMT-UD2H main board on a hunch based on past experience.
Summary: few months ago I ordered GT 220 for the cheap price (rebate included 33bucks...) Last month I realized graphic card is so noisy... it's louder than all other 4 fans... Bad luck... why mine...?
Summary: My system only has a 300w power susply so I'm limited in what good video cards I can use. The GT 220 01G-P3-1226-LR fit the bill nicely. It gets a 6.5 Windows Experience Index, much better than the on-board video and one other cheap card I tried.