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ASUS GeForce 210 1GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 Low Profile Ready Video Card, EN210 SILENT/DI/1GD3/V2(LP)
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- Exclusive 0dB thermal design dissipates heat efficiently with no noise generated
- Ideal for home theater PCs and multimedia centers with its low profile, high-efficiency, low-consumption design
- Native HDMI on board for full HD 1080p entertainment
- Enhanced durability and protection with GPU Guard and EMI Shield
- Interface: D-Sub Output : Yes x 1, DVI Output : Yes x 1 (DVI-I), HDMI Output : Yes x 1
- Memory Interface: 64-bit
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- Brand Name: Asus
- Model Number: EN210 SILENT/DI/1GD3/V2(LP)
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: Geforce 210
- Graphics Card Ram: 1 GB
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|Graphics Coprocessor||Geforce 210||Geforce GT 610||GeForce 210||Radeon HD 6450|
|Graphics Ram Size||1 GB||2 GB||1000 MB||1 GB|
|Display Resolution Maximum||Information not provided||2560 x 1600||Information not provided||Information not provided|
|Dimensions||2 inches x 9 inches x 6.5 inches||4.38 inches x 5.7 inches x 1 inches||7.5 inches x 11 inches x 1.5 inches||0.71 inches x 2.72 inches x 5.71 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.79 pounds||0.15 pounds||0.75 pounds||0.77 pounds|
|Memory Clock Speed||1200 MHz||1000 MHz||520 MHz||1333 MHz|
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Top Customer Reviews
I had no problem setting this up. You can download the latest NVIDIA drivers, and roll. I've seen a major computer manufacturer sell a work computer with a lesser model card for $26 more.
With Windows 7, this is a reasonably priced video card solution. I don't know about heavy gaming, but my son likes it for his on-line games. My Linux Mint (Debian edition) had no problem with this card. Nice card at the lower end.
The heat sink is rather large, so be aware of that. But it should fit even micro-ATX boxes.
Would recommend, and would buy again.
Ivy Bridge, i7 3.5 GHz) - a tower with plenty of room inside.
This is an every 4 year ritual for me, buying a new tower -
I've done it every 3-4 years for 20 years:
4 years = two tick/tock cycles on Intel's Moore's Law clock).
Part of the ritual is setting up a dual monitor display,
which I've also had for 20 years. The past ten years
I've used 3 and now 4 monitors (more about why in a minute).
I'm now using two large video cards inside my tower, both from ASUS.
One is an ASUS GT520 and the other is an ASUS Silent 210.
I'll describe both here. (For my purposes they are
functionally equivalent and both perform well.)
Note: there are only two designers of graphics boards:
Nvidia (GeForce) and AMD (Radeon).
I know GeForce best, since their low-end cards are
more suitable for my lowly needs. Also note:
Nvidia Geforce is a design spec / chip set.
Those chip sets will then be used by many manufacturers
to make the various video cards you see on Amazon.
(Read the GeForce wiki.)
1) ASUS (Taiwan), as a board manufacturer. I thoroughly trust ASUS QA.
ASUS is among the world's largest manufacturers of motherboards and video cards.
In the past I've also used cards by EVGA and MSI that performed well.
2) Both the ASUS GT520 and ASUS 210 are totally silent. They are fanless.
(This is absolutely essential for me.) Instead, they have humongous, aluminum
heat sinks. I mention this, because they take a lot of room on the mobo.
That's a key reason why I buy towers - to accommodate large PCIe cards.
I've tested both under light loads for a week now.Read more ›
The replacement card has held up with no notable hardware issues. Under Windows 7 I may be having an occasional clash between the graphics card and my WinTV-HVR 1250. An issue sometimes causes memory management blue screens if I don't reboot after watching TV for a few hours. Going back to my old graphics card stops the blue screens, but so does pulling the TV card or rebooting so I tend to place the blame on a software conflict. The WinTV software is updated often and many people have issues with it.
Be advised the DVI port is dominant until Windows loads and your personally preferred dominant monitor config kicks in. I don't use the HDMI port but I did test it and found it to be working ok. Other than the TV software conflict I am very happy with the 210 Silent 1gB card, and I do run it in multi-monitor config.
Still running this card with 2 and sometimes 3 monitors and am very happy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this graphics card for my new computer. I used to upgrade my computers with new cards whenever I bought them because the GeForce and other cards always gave a huge boost... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Richard E. Burkhart
I needed to upgrade my Aunt's graphics card so it would work with Windows 10. I selected this one because it does (see below) and because it was small enough to fit in my Aunt's... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Justin Herron
Didn't fit in my Dell OptiPlex 380 so can only tell you it doesn't fit in slim cases.Published 6 days ago by William
Actually it did not fix the problem as the problem was not the video but some malfunction of the motherboard. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Cyber Mountain Comp Cook
Great card for my needs. I'm not a gamer, but I have 2 27" monitors attached to this card and video is perfect. HDMI out works great for watching movies on the big screen. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Mark W