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In january 2010, the fetus version of Linus tech tips claimed the GT 210 was a basic DX 10.1 capable media card that was not intended for gaming. I think he explained it perfectly, if it were still 2010. Since then integrated graphics have caught up fast and even 4k 60fps video playback is easily done with Intel and AMDs newer lines of integrated graphics. Yet for some reason Nvidia and even AMD have the audacity to sell these graphics cards for exorbitant prices and people still buy them.
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Lmao cmon man i play nice games on this card
Cod mw , mw2 , mw3 and bo1
Far cry 2
Just cause 2
Dead space 2
Fallout 3 , las Vegas
Cs : go
Resident evil series
Mess effect series
Pes , fifa , nba , wwe
I have three of these bastards on my table right now. Yesterday 3 out of 5 of my work computers refused to render in 3dsmax after the latest 3dsmax update, even though rendering does not launch a user interface, these cards were crashing the latest 3dsmax, removing the cards completely made the workstation render fine. Yes the computers work better with no card at all than with one of these miserable shits.
i have had a great experience with the 210 in 2018 compared to most on-board graphics chipsets it does a pretty decent job, again this all depends WHAT YOU ARE DOING WITH THE CARD for an old school emulator kind of person like myself, it perfect, i wanted somewhat HD for a low range Dell corei7 desktop to use as a media center type computer setup and the HDMI port was what i was after / went from ATI RADEON HD 4850 512MB to this card with 1GB it runs games just fine i understand to a person that buys graphics cards every few months yeah..its a disgrace ..but if you do not mind turning things down a little or using overclocking software to choke the life out of it , for a budget card it has and still is getting me through until i have 500 to purchase another card considering most of my computers /laptops/desktops consist of Frankenstein parts from peoples so called "Junk technology" im not doing too bad : dell Studio Core i7 4 CORES 8 = 8GBDDR3 SSD 2TB HD NVIDIA GEFORCE 210 PCI EXPRESS 1GB =zero dollars * when you have other priorities in life then spending thousands of some kind of gaming machine, remember its just that i would rather spend 1000 and buy something that can drive me to work* no disrespect good honest review ' just remember its about what you use it for , and every month there is gonna be a new graphiocs card/ type of memory/ better faster cpu// when someone comes out with an up-gradable graphics card that is the day ill consider investing a card with up-gradable parts*
Back in 2010... I played using a GT 210 to replace a Nvidia 8400GS. Both were awful performance even for 2006 games. I had it coupled up with a Q6600 which ran stock, despite it being the best overclocker chip at the time. Playing San Andreas Multiplayer on anything higher than 5:4 (1280x1024) low specs/No AA was unforgivable. GTA 4 required shortcut modifications and .ini hacks. All in all, a horrendous card.
I upgraded to a Radeon 6870, then to a 660, and finally now a 1060. I also upgraded to Haswell and am holding tight for a few more years with it. Games run butter smooth now, some in 4K, and I only regret not switching sooner. Thanks for making this video!
I'm not sure what you're doing here, but are you aware that in December 2016 you are bencmarking on an entry-level grarphics card (not designed for gaming) released in 2009. That's 7 years later? Why are you surprised that it doesn't do well in games released recently?!
I actually have a PC in the living room with a gt 210 and one in my room with a gtx 1080 ti
I use the gt 210 PC sometimes too and its actually not the GPU that gives me the most headaches but mostly the 2gb ram (after 16 in the other) and the 1 core 1.6ghz CPU after an overclocked i7 8700k :/
Im stuck with this pathetic excuse for a GPU. Bought it back when i didn't know much about pc hardware. I even thought it performed roughly the same as the 750ti. THAT'S how little i knew about pc hardware. Nowadays i just look back in utter regret.
This thing sucks even for youtube. The only thing it does better than the integrated graphics in my cpu is displaying windows without any lag.
wow you are dumb. I recommend you dont do tech tips till you learn something about it. first what kind of idiot buys a 40 dollar GPU that was originally developed in 2009 for games in 2017? since 2009 it has stayed on the market as a cheap fix to a integrated graphics system failing or for people who just need an hdmi port and you expects it to run modern games in 4k. the box just like the card was created in 09 when it was a decent card for graphics. it still says that because reboxing thousands of cards many times because better cards came out is expensive and incredibly wasteful. in the beginning you claim to have watched linus tech tips which is good since hes way better at explaining things to people like you who dont actually understand what they are buying like you but apparently you didn't since the first thing he says is this isn't a gaming card and yet 7 yr later here u are trying to use it as one how dumb can you be? did you even realize that overwatch and gta are more CPU intensive games than GPU but I'm sure you didnt know that.
I just bought a brandnew afox g210 1gb for $4 the other day. The store had an inventory sale. Installed it on my mom's facebook and candy crush machine lol (Intel core2duo E8400) she can now play and watch 720p videos without lagging lmao!
I am sorry, what? My GT 210 runs CoD MW2 at 50-100 fps, Minecraft at 100-400 fps, FIFA 15 at 500 fps, CS 1.6 800-900, HAWX 1 at 450-600 FPS, CoD MW1 at 150 fps, CoD 2 at 1000 FPS. I really don't know how is that possible.
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