Summary: Honestly, this isn't so much a knock on the GeForce 210 so much as it is a testament to modern integrated graphics cards. Installing this card in place of an Intel 3000+-carrying Core i5 or i7 processor will be a downgrade for you. Seriously, don't do it. Not even as a practical joke.
Summary: For a budget GPU this card has performed great over the last year or so, it has been used to supplement Intel HD graphics in a computer for light gaming. From a cost standpoint it paid off within a few days of putting it into the computer, saving on gas that I would otherwise have had to use to...
Summary: Good for office/work use, meaning doing Microsoft Office drafting, Internet browsing, and email. Not much power, but an economical way to get dual screen. (I think I spent less than $25 for it.) Worked perfectly with my Windows 7.
Summary: Put my original Intel extreme board and processor back in service with windows seven. It has an old PCI-E 1.0 slot. Windows rating of 5.0 gaming and 2.9 aero. This low aero score is probably not the cards fault.