Summary: I purchased this card to squeeze a little life out of this PC. Drivers for AGP~8 for Win-7 are only supported with neVidia's mid to top of line AGP boards. when I updated form XP to Win`7 and only because I installed a new solid state hard drive and the install went wrong. my old AGP that was just fine was now crap do to no supported drivers.
Summary: Everything on Amazon's part was great, as well as a nice $10 dollar rebate. Card worked somewhat well. Don't bother trying to watch any videos above 360p, it ain't gonna happen. Make sure your games are played at the lowest setting possible, and make sure you keep all of your documents. You're going to need them when you deal with PNY to get your warranty replacement.
Summary: In this day and age this card is a minimum to have. Flash videos have run smoother. Graphics throughout windows 7 seems to transition smoother. I have tried to play Counter Strike Source, it barely runs it, but at least it runs it (800x600 low quality). I wouldn't recommend it for a gaming card.
Summary: My older 2002 desktop E machines model T 3256 athlon 64 3200+ cpu, 1 gb ddr memory, has/had integrated geforce 4 graphics and now it's using this geforce 6200 256 mb 64bit agp card to help it along. I play Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2007 on this machine along with some older games and I just wanted a little better performance than I was getting. Well the good news is I am getting better performance.
Summary: Bought this when the video card on my parents older machine (P4) went out. They didn't have the money to buy a new machine and the rest of the PC was running fine for their needs (email, web browsing, light word processing) so they were just looking for a reasonably-priced replacement and this card fit the bill perfectly. It is not the fastest card out there, nor is it the most full-featured card out there so if you are a gamer then this isn't the card for you.