Summary: If you haven't noticed by now, the GeForce GT 220 is not meant for gaming. While it may be able to play older games at lower resolutions like 1024x768 or with lower details, it completely lacks the rendering power for anything more serious. What it is made for is desktop use.
Pros: Low power consumption, 40 nm GPU, 1 GB of GDDR3 memory, Native HDMI output, HDMI audio no longer requires SPDIF cable, Single slot design, 3D Mark full version included, No external power connector required, Support for DirectX 10.1, Support for CUDA / PhysX
Cons: High price, Low clock speed on memory, Not as quiet as it could be, Only a small performance increase to last generation, No support for DirectX 11