MSI GeForce GT 210 1GB DDR3 PCI-Express HDMI Low Profile £16.78 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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Seems cheap for a HTPC. Capable of playing 1080p no problem, but doesn't support 3D.

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#1
Good price. Thanks.
#2
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones
#3
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.
#4
If I'm not mistaken this will allow dual display, worth noting that the heat sink isn't low profile so will take up 2 PCI slots if this is the card I think it is.
#5
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones


Not good for an older HTPC, can't bitstream HD audio, otherwise it would be perfect.
#6
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.
#7
Great price :)
#8
robo989
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.

A slightly more expensive card. You wouldn't buy this to replace an iGPU unless it was really poor.
#9
rev6
robo989
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.

A slightly more expensive card. You wouldn't buy this to replace an iGPU unless it was really poor.

Didn't say you would.
"iGPU" isn't a correct term btw.
#10
robo989
rev6
robo989
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.

A slightly more expensive card. You wouldn't buy this to replace an iGPU unless it was really poor.

Didn't say you would.
"iGPU" isn't a correct term btw.

Course it is.
#11
rev6
robo989
rev6
robo989
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.

A slightly more expensive card. You wouldn't buy this to replace an iGPU unless it was really poor.

Didn't say you would.
"iGPU" isn't a correct term btw.

Course it is.

It's not a mainstream term used by any group of people or institution which means it's not a proper term.
#12
/just saying ;)
#13
robo989
rev6
robo989
rev6
robo989
rev6
SteadVex
Good price for an older htpc upgrade, what advantage does this have over modern integrated graphics, pretty impressed with the Intel HD4200 graphics myself, especially considered its one of the slowest ones

Best for those without a powerful iGPU, or none at all.

Would have no advantage over integrated graphics. Intel 4200 onboard wipes the floor with it and uses much less power, can do proper deinterlacing well, this isn't powerful enough.
You'll needa 430GT or better for watching 1080i tv deinterlaced properly, for basic 1080p MKVs with standard DTS/AC3 audio this card is fine.

A slightly more expensive card. You wouldn't buy this to replace an iGPU unless it was really poor.

Didn't say you would.
"iGPU" isn't a correct term btw.

Course it is.

It's not a mainstream term used by any group of people or institution which means it's not a proper term.

It's easier to type iGPU, as to Integrated Graphics Processing Unit. I choose the former like many others.
That makes it a proper term for me as I use it.

Edited By: rev6 on Jul 18, 2014 04:54
#14
I know,
I was just being awkward due to being misquoted and patronized :) to be completely honest.
1 Like #15
robo989
I know,
I was just being awkward due to being misquoted and patronized :) to be completely honest.

Life is ****.
#16
Suppose the fact that this was a big deal for 5 minutes means life isn't that bad!!! :)

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