Pros This card is pretty good, I bought a FIC radeon 9200 with 128mb, it scored around 6000 on 3dmark01 and my old geforce 4mx 440 scored a measly 2500. I would buy a new fan, or get a water cooler. The Features are great, especially trueform. It also has VPU
Cons NO DX 9 support, this may be a problem with new games, its not the fastest card about either, Its Good value but I would get a 9800xt if you have the money, if you got even more money get an x800 PE from ATI.
Pros Easy to switch from monitor to TV. Great for DVD playback. Great for photo and video editing applications.
Cons Crashes your PC with some racing games. Since is a new card not too many games support this card. Setting games at high quality sure made the games look very realistic but very slow. Must leave direct3D settings to default, making it high Quality slowes t
Pros 128MB of DDR RAM and all of ATI's graphics technologies mean that unless you're gaming at 1600x1200 it will never lag or get jumpy. The RCA and S-Video out is great for connecting to any TV. Does really well with real-time video editing - on a good system
Cons Probably not a great card for gaming, at least not when compared to the 9800 cards available now.
Pros Excellent value. Pretty fast performance for a budget card. I have a Duron 850Mhz, 256MB RAM with a Radeon 9200, and I was playing Unreal Tournament 2003 at 1280x1024 smoothly. The game slows down now and then, but that's only because of my processor.
Cons Not as fast as some other cards, but you pay for what you get.
Pros When it works it performs well for a budget card.
Cons No Fan! Unstable!! DO NOT USE with an MSI NEO 2 mobo. Very frequent driver problems.