Summary: I bought this card because it was just good enough for using with my video rendering program. It has a GPU so it speeds it up quite a bit. It also allows me to have two monitors which my default motherboard connector did not. For the price this works really well.
Summary: I didn't get the product, even though he did gave enough time. But It's for my friend. He didn't want it at first. But now he does. Wish my friend would change his mind before he gotten that chance.
Anything with 200 in it from nVidia, don't buy it.
11 September 2012
Summary: Specs... impressive Card... disappointing I had an FX 5700 with 256 mb of memory. The 6200 I bought had 512, at the time I thought more memory = better card... Nuh uh. This card was even worse than the FX 5700 and that was surprising for a while then I realized, 6200, 200, 200 usually means entry level, 5700, 700, 700 usually means mid to high level... So there ya go.
Summary: I purchased this card because my old video card was an ATI Radeon but with only 256K RAM and I thought the PNY 6200 was what I needed to make my online experience faster. I didn't notice any significant difference and was getting frustrated watching TV shows as slide shows at 288p. Then after pondering for awhile, I realized that it wasn't my video card but actually my CPU (Intel Celeron with 400Mhz Front Side Bus and only 128K cache).
Summary: I grabbed this to replace an old Radeon 9600 Pro that died in my sisters Dell Dimension 8250, I could of gotten a more powerful card for it but this one does all she needs, watch hulu/netflix and play farmville so it was a good buy, easy install and was up and running in less than 10 minutes.