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EVGA GeForce 6200 512-P1-N402-LR Video Card

EVGA GeForce 6200 512-P1-N402-LR Video Card (eVGA: 512-P1-N402-LR)
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EVGA GeForce 6200 512-P1-N402-LR Video Card
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EVGA GeForce 6200 512-P1-N402-LR Video Card
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Rating: 9.12/10
With 16 User Reviews

Review Date: 09/02/13
Been a extended time given that I've had to install a PCI video card. Works like it must. S-Video??? Seriously, a composite would make much more sense. For my neighbor's personal computer. Not enough dollars to purchase a decent bottom of the line, but he needed to offset the two anti-virus applications that are eating his principal memory and competing with the onboard graphics.

Review Date: 06/25/13
So I necessary a PCI vid card to run my 3rd 20" in Windows 7 64bit. My aging geforce2mx is not supported, this was the least expensive choice I could find. Booted into Windows 7, automatically installed drivers, rearranged my monitors and bang working excellent. For what it does, it does it properly. Great for adding that 3rd and 4th monitor.

Review Date: 06/10/13
An old Presario S5200NX is now humming along with this PCI video card installed even although its BIOS won't allow me to totally disable the onboard Intel 845 graphics. I can only disable onboard video in Windows' device mangler but this NVidia 6200 operates fine in spite of the Compaq shortcomings. I expected this card to offload some of video burden from the CPU and RAM and I feel it has carried out so. Speed increases aren't what I hoped for but there's an clear improvement and it was worth the value paid for the card. Just get the most recent NVidia installer from the NVidia net site and you're very good to go. I like the passive heat sink. Replacement GPU fans are really hard to duplicate when they fail. Also, that's 1 much less fan to have to clean and lubricate periodically. I'd rather not have a fan. Does it get hot? I don't care. EVGA company has made it this way so it must be okay. If it burns, I haven't lost a lot. The card was inexpensive. There is an onboard power connector for a fan. Even even though the heat sink is profiled just as slim as it can possibly be, it's nonetheless taking up every millimeter of space for the slot. I chose to move factors in the PCI array so that there would be an empty PCI slot beneath this card. That's the only way to permit any air circulation. I wonder how hot these graphic chips actually get? Hot enough to harm a card below it when the heat sink is just a millimeter or two away from a PCI card installed straight under it? I don't know. There are faster GPU's accessible from NVidia for PCI slotted graphics cards but I see evaluation posts about difficulties in some circumstances. There's a limit as to what the PCI bus can do. I chose this 6200 simply because it seems to have low power specifications. The old Compaq into which I installed it has a minimal power provide. I'm possessing no problems whatsoever. I also chose this 6200 simply because it seemed as even though it would reside on the PCI bus with out overloading the data stream shared by all cards in the array. Once again, it seems to be undertaking properly.512MB of graphics RAM ought to satisfy Vista and 7.I have two other EVGA branded video cards in other computer systems and they are each more than two years old but get each day use for extended periods of time. Longevity doesn't look to be a dilemma with them so I must presume this card will also last a fantastic whilst.

Review Date: 05/30/13
Necessary for my Girlfiriend's Moms computer, she had a 5 year old HP with an ATI Xpression 200 which kept locking up , replaced with this card and no additional lock ups and her technique is now stable once again. Saved her possessing to buy new which is what she wanted to do so I saved her 轜 and she cooked me lots of goodies ( Food) as payment. None Superb for just browsing the net and performing e-mail it's a excellent card.

Review Date: 05/06/13
No Fan=quiet. Functions on old hardware with only pci slots.Enabled my old Dell Dimension 2400 to play H264 / MP4 videos. perhaps you really should just buy a new machine. This card breathed new life into my Dell Dimension 2400.This machine only has pci slots and the old on board intel video. My machine would previously stutter with youtube video >= 720p. Also, this machine could not play .mp4 / H264 video without substantial stuttering and glitching. Right after acquiring this card, the stuttering is gone !

Review Date: 10/18/12
I've installed this card in my dell poweredge 2600 server. let me inform you...it breathed a complete new life in my server. I had the server RAM maxed at 4GB mainly because the OS is 32bit, and this card is showing a significant improvement overall. Just be sure to set up it in the PCI-X slot (green ones) as it's not meant for normal PCI slots (beige). none. I downloaded the drivers off nvidea's web page. evga did not have this model beneath their driver download section. The version on the CD was pretty old, I didn't even bother with it.

Review Date: 10/13/12
Works in Win7 as a secondary video card.New enough that most systems won't need you to INIT PCI Very first to get it to work.Behaves nicely with a 9800GT PCI-express. It's challenging to suck up the truth that you have to pay 50 bucks for a video card that would otherwise be considered junk if you didn't require it to hookup much more monitors :P Replaced a Matrox G200 from 1998 that was operating fine for multi-mon in WinXP, but alas, no win7 drivers (let alone 64-bit).Can you think the audacity of a vendor (Matrox) to not release drivers for a card made 12 years ago forcing me to get this one. . . ohh the humanity!!@!

Review Date: 06/05/12
Was great while it worked Immediately after two weeks laptop or computer slowed down to a halt and I had to push "reset" button. Following reboot there was no DVI any much more. Waiting for the replacement. The pc was on 24ǝ, no oveclocking. Typically it shouldn't take place; will see what the replacement will do.

Review Date: 05/02/12
I can play zombies, i can now play mp4s , watch movies on my television by means of svideo, and all that entertaining stuff. Drivers on disc didnt work for xp. wouldnt let me modify res. Had to switch back and forth from onboard to uncover the appropriate driver on nvidia.com. Overall its decent for the income comes with svideo cable and dvi converter. Immediately after acquiring the right drivers your all very good to go. I couldnt even watch mp4s prior to it would glitch my settings down to no colours and low res. Now i can watch them on my television with no difficulties. May be tough to set up if your not comp savvy. I'm no pro tho either.

Review Date: 04/08/12
Amazing card to help make an older IBM ThinkCentre run a bit quicker and look even better on image high quality. Also the card stays cools so I don't half to worry about any overheating issues. Thanks Newegg. None.

Review Date: 02/15/12
Wonderful video card. We use them at the workplace to setup our users with a 3rd monitor. Pair this with a PCIe x16 nvidia card and it functions excellent. Have bout 2 from newegg and have by no means had any matters. n/a

Review Date: 01/21/12
Dropped it in, turned it on, worked like it was supposed to, as opposed to what I got with a less costly ATI card that showed up DOA. Absolutely nothing for the price tag. You get what you pay for, not for high end...something, but a excellent card for PCI.

Review Date: 01/08/12
The card worked suitable out of the box. XP-Pro 2Gbyte DDR, Dual AMD 1.5GHz Processors. ASUS 241H monitors. 1920x1200.Loaded the new 6300 driver and did not have to reboot the system. Smooth interface text as well. No a lot more lockup problems. Gets a bit hot, on the other hand I have put this in the last PCI slot and there is a fan right next to it in the chassis I am making use of. Keep in thoughts that the PCI graphics card adds the mother boards total technique memory. The dual AMD ASUS MB that I am working with only takes two.5 Gbytes DDR total ECC RAM and the 6200 makes it maxed out at two.5 Gbytes. Initially I was making use of a Nvidia FX5200 AGP 256M card. The AGP port was only 4x and there had been speed issues and from time to time lockups and black screens. This is a typical difficulty with older MB's and slower AGP's. If you want to use dual monitors then either go PCIe pr PCI.

Review Date: 10/30/11
Affordable, PCI connection is offered in all PCs, easy installation, several outputs (VGA, DVI, S-video) None but Purchased this video card to upgrade my old desktop for my son. Installation was simple and drivers loaded with no issue. Already had the BIOS set up to look for a PCI graphics card. Graphics are now far superior compared to the on-board graphics chip. Transformed his favorite game-Age of Empires III.

Review Date: 09/04/11
I have one technique running XP on an 8 year old SuperMicro P4SCA motherboard w/on board Rage XL 8mb vga. Last Fall I purchased a Hanns-G HZ201 that works fine on my other system w/Win7 w񳈰x900 rez. Unfortunately the old SuperMicro doesn't support Widescreen. This to this Economical and EZ to install card, I now have 1600x9 running just peachy on my XP method. All I have to have to do to install the card wasɅ)disable the onboard VGA by setting the j33 jumper2)plug the card into an empty VGA slot3)plug my monitor into the EVGA card4)reboot5)install the driver and reboot/configure itThe NVIDIA manage panel allows "resolutions not shown by the monitor" to be added and 1600x900 was added, applied and voila....1600x900. Praise from me for anything pc-related does not come EZ or typically, but I this case I give the installation/functionality an A+Thanks, EVGA for extending the functionality of my legacy personal computer and thanks to NewEgg for making it readily available. no so far, but I'll report any as they happen. The two year EVGA warranty when item is registered is a plus, of course.

Review Date: 07/26/11
Terrific for a extremely low finish method. Fantastic for loading images and low tasks. Greatest game that this low finish card can manage is GTA San Andreas. Don't anticipate to play a lot greater finish games than that for graphics. None actually, it's what you pay for. I mean it's a small overpriced. The GPU is low the clock i slow. it's GDDR2. Other than that it's terrific for just a common PCI slot. Most likely the best card for lower finish systems, unless you have a superior slot. (agp 8x low end systems can deal with ATI 4350s i think)
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Product Features

EVGA 512-P1-N402-LR GeForce 6200 Video Card
Power-up your PC with the EVGA 512-P1-N402-LR GeForce 6200 Video Card and get the ultimate performance upgrade. Tap into the horsepower of the GPU for a visually-charged boost on your favorite applications. The EVGA 512-P1-N402-LR GeForce 6200 Video Card will help you edit your photos and videos and push the limits of your web experience with a new generation of GPU-accelerated browsers. Level-up your game with the gaming architecture found only with DirectX® 9. The EVGA 512-P1-N402-LR GeForce 6200 Video Card offers all this and more at an excellent value.

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Microsoft DirectX® 9.0 Optimizations and Support
  • Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
  • OpenGL 2.1 Optimization and Support
  • Silent Passive Heatsink
  • VGA, DVI and S-Video Output
  • Single Slot Design
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista

A Closer Look

Product Specifications

Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA
Core Clock: 300MHz
Effective Memory Clock: 532 MHz (effective)
DirectX: DirectX 9
OpenGL: OpenGL 2.1
D-SUB: 1 x D-SUB
DVI: 1 x DVI
TV-Out: S-Video Out

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