Fit without an issue in an older small form factor Dell
Steve Burt, Amazon
18 December 2014
Summary: The card fit in a Dell Optiplex 755 SFF case without an issue. While I don't really push the card since I only use it for a HTPC, I liked the fact that it allowed for audio to be passed over the HDMI connection. Suited my needs and actually fit in the case. Previously, I had ordered a different GeForce 210 that was fanless, but the heatsink was so large that it would not fit.
Summary: I bought this for my work computer, mainly so I could at least play Minecraft when the place is dead (they don't care; I work in a datacenter and 99% of the time there's nothing to do). That it does okay. Not great, but okay. In hindsight I probably should have gotten something slightly more powerful. But it's still far better than the GeForce 8400 the machine was issued to me with.
Summary: DON'T BUY THIS if you want a card for a HP p6-2220t Pavilion Desktop. IT WON'T INITIALIZE; IT WON'T WORK; DEVICE MANAGER CAN'T SEE IT. Gigabyte could not help. HP people are trying but so far there IS NO FIX. I'm not the only one who can't get a GeForce 210 card to work in this PC. PICK SOME OTHER MAKE AND MODEL.
Good Value. Great upgrade for older 256 & 512MB cards in computers with small (400w or less) power supplies.
Martin Woodward, Amazon
26 July 2014
Summary: Got this to replace a failing 256MB Card. Its rated power consumption is actually slightly LESS than the older card. A great upgrade (4x the memory!) for older cards. Works well and easy install.
Summary: We use a lot of slim form systems at my office, and I was looking for a reasonably priced video card to get dual monitor setups. This does the job. Not in spectacular fashion, but it works. The color isn't as vibrant, but in an office setting that isn't a big deal (or so I think). It works, price is great, nuff said!