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. Next Gen gamers, however, should look for something more powerful.
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. Has DVI, VGA and HDMI--and not that little mini stuff--give me a break! Definitely would recommend who wants to upgrade their computer's videocard, but if they're a serious gamer, no. A Decent videocard for someone on the budget.
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. The hunch was that I wasn't getting all I could from the embedded graphics (ATI Radeon HD 4200 series) packaged with this otherwise terrific board based on my past experience with other ATI products.
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. I think StarCraft defaults to medium settings with this card, btw.