Great card for AGP macs or used as a basic card for Windows 7.
3 September 2012
Summary: This card can be easily flashed and modified to use in AGP Macs or used directly in Windows PCs. It can be used with passive cooling and does not require additional power which is great for some computers. Its performance is not mind-blowing and is not a gaming card but would be sufficient for most users.
Summary: I recently bought this card for an older AGP motherboard. The card has acceptable performance for it's class. If one uses recent versions of M$ Windows, then this card works well in older computers as nVidia is still releasing updated drivers for the 6200 series. Furthermore, since XFX's GeForce 6200 is a low-profile card, no limitations exist for it's use in various desktop systems with AGP motherboards.
product works well on an almost lifeless compaq presario
Joshua Barnhart "hardcoremetal89", Amazon
12 December 2011
Summary: i recieved this 10 days after i ordered it.. i put it in my agp slot for the first time and the computer didnt find it. did everything reboot uninstalled and disabled the video driver on the board and everything. so i figured out to take it back out and i seen it was a wedge in fit.. so i wedged it in. and wow was i surprised with it.. 3 videos at once?! meanwhile i could only play one on my presario with choppy lag to it which is why i got this anyway..
Summary: This card was purchased for a older HP computer with a AGP 4x slot. This card is rated for either 4x or 8x slot. I upgraded from windows XP to windows 7 on this computer and need a new video card to handle W7. This card fit the bill and also added video memory. Bad. Researching video cards, this card did not state in the specifications that it was a dual use card. Nvida website only showed it as AGP 8x compatible.
Summary: Bought for a Dell optiplex gx260 mid-tower and it works great. Bought specifically to play sims 3 and runs it very smoothly, doesn't take up too much space or power. This is not a new card so it doesn't run games on high setting but will allow you to play with fairly good graphics.
Summary: The only reason I replace my graphic board was because the one integrated on my motherboard did not support Windows 7, and this one does. Besides that works with Windows 7, I have seen no other significant improvement.
Summary: I replaced a piece of junk Xpert 128 (as in 128, 256, 512meg ram) Because this is an AGP (NOT PCI) graphics board, all memory for graphics manipulation is done by the board, Not the computer mother board ram. I personally like this set up, and it seems to be coming back with applications using more and more system (mother board) ram. The mother board I installed on is an ASUS K8u-x with an AMD Athlon 64 300 chip.
Summary: I installed this on my 3-yr old PC with an ASRock K7V3M motherboard. I bought a 19" widescreen monitor recently and the integrated graphics driver does not support widescreen resolutions (and it was giving me problems anyway) so I had to switch to AGP. Although the Mobo suport only up to AGP 4x, I had no problems using this card. The included installation guide was minimal but adequate.
Summary: I have a 5+ year old Sony Desktop with an AGP4x nVidia Geforce 5400. Game performance was not satisfactory. The XFX/GeForce 6200 installed like a charm; downloaded current nVidia drivers and the impact on not only gaming apps but overall performance of the machine was definitely improved. A worthwhile/cheap way to squeeze another year or so out of an older machine. Highly recommended!