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EVGA GeForce 210 DirectX 10.1 01G-P3-1312-LR 1GB 64-Bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Video Card

Item #: 9B-14-130-586  |  Mfr. Part #: 01G-P3-1312-LR  |  UNSPSC: 43201401

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    Top Favorable Review

    Great item for the price

    Smooth gameplay on games like MW2 and all F2P shooters out there. Came alot earlier than expected and was easy to install. Read more
    — Senaida R. 8/9/2012

    Top Critical Review

    Card OK, rebate process makes value Iffy

    May not be a good value if they don't honor the rebate. Read more
    — Bruce B. 1/21/2011

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    4 out of 5 eggs Based on 70 Reviews

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    • Wayne H.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs Best Service - arrived in 2 days

    Pros: Installed in a few minutes, ran the DVD driver software for GeForce - up and running with a DVI plus an HDMI monitor in another few minutes. Great color and resolution especially for the price. It came with a half height mounting panel for the card and one for the VGA, but there are 3 ports. I don't know if it will handle 3 monitors but it may. For the Price, fantastic. Absolutely no problems.

    Cons: None

    Bottom Line: If you need this card - I used it for my backup computer, an HP 6000 Pro (half height cards) - with a requirement for an additional monitor, and it worked perfectly.

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    • Anonymous

    1 out of 5 eggs Not worth it for any application.

    Pros: - Low power, low profile
    - If your DVI, VGA or HDMI port is broken I guess it's useful?
    - ????

    Cons: - Performs worse than most modern CPU's integrated graphics
    - For twice this you can get a graphics card that is tens of times better

    Bottom Line: Don't buy this card. Just don't. Save up $60 more and get a 750 Ti if you want to game, for other applications use your integrated graphics unless they're *literally* nonfunctional or like 12 years old. There is no other place for this card, period.

    Manufacturer Responses:

    Dear Valued Customer, The EVGA GeForce 210 graphics card is considered an entry level graphics card which is meant to be used as an onboard replacement or to achieve a dual monitor set up for older systems. We do offer a wide range of different graphics cards to fit any customer needs. Should you or any potential EVGA customer ever have any questions about any of our products, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Presales Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 3 or by email: so that we can further assist you. Sincerely, EVGA Customer Support

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    • brian j.

    5 out of 5 eggs Works wonderfully

    Pros: Great video and audio output! Works perfectly in my Linux machine.

    Cons: the fan is slightly audible

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    • Joseph M.
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggs Works with Vista

    Pros: Replaced a Geforce 7300 that had failed. Drivers installed automatically after installation of new card.
    Gaming performance index went up from 4.6 to 5.4
    Fan is quiet, not sure what others are hearing unless I just got lucky.

    Cons: Aero performance dropped to 4.3 from 4.4, go figure. Only reason I Dropped an egg.

    Bottom Line: Was just what I needed for an older machine that is used for browsing and word processing.

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    • Nick H.
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggs EVGA GeForce 210

    Pros: Nice Card. Fits in Full Slot and 1/2 height. Has 3 video ports, great driver support from NVidia. I had 1 out of 4 I purchased fail.

    Cons: Not much. The RMA process to Newegg for the replacement was long.

    Bottom Line: If you are on a budget, great card. I bought it to upgrade the 3 D video for a Dental Office PC's. Worked great

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    • S S.

    5 out of 5 eggs Works Great in Linux Mint 17 Rebecca

    Pros: Inexpensive, small compact, works with Linux

    Cons: Non so far

    Bottom Line: Needed a inexpensive card for some testing on my PC.
    Ran out and picked up another card from a local chain. It was on sale, looked good, bought it.

    Popped it into my PC which is running Linux Mint 17 Rebecca. When the computer fired up, this graphics card was reconized instantly by Mint 17 and works perfectly.

    Another good card for Linux users.

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    • Benjamin W.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs Great value, good Linux support

    Pros: This card is a fantastic value if you are looking for something that can handle general computing/office needs. I have purchased three of these cards to breathe life into some old desktops that did not support dual monitor output. Installation was very easy under Windows 7. Under Windows xp I had to tweak the Nvidia settings a bit, but had it working great there as well.
    Most importantly of all this card has very good Linux support. Under Linux Mint 17 the card was plug-and-play with the open source driver. Installation of the proprietary Nvidia driver was very easy as well. This card has no trouble pushing two monitors at 1920x1080 while multitasking with spreadsheets, email, web browsing etc.

    Cons: None so far. I have been running this card in my work computer for about six months now.

    Bottom Line: When I read the reviews about this card before purchasing I was concerned that a few complained about fan noise. I can say that the three cards that I bought have all been very quiet. I can't even really hear them over the cpu/case fans.

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    • Anonymous
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    5 out of 5 eggs Great bang for the buck when needing dual outputs.

    Pros: Has LP brackets, easy to work with.

    Cons: Don't really have any, works great.

    Bottom Line: Have good expectations as to what performance you're getting from a sub-30 dollar card.

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    • Joseph P.
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggs Good price/performance

    Pros: Inexpensive, good performance, easy to install with Win7.

    Cons: Very noisy fan. Not sure if I can keep this in my desktop.

    Bottom Line: Arrived quickly.

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    • Patrick M.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs It works

    Pros: Works just as advertised
    all i needed this for was to fix a friends computer when the on board graphics stopped working for her

    Cons: not the best by far but good for price

    Bottom Line: what more can i say newegg did a wonderful job of getting it here in 1 piece it was on sale for $19 needed it bought it for basic computer functions

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