|As integrated graphics go, the 8200's not all that bad...it all depends on which games you're hoping to play. But if you want play well & have the most enjoyable gaming experience possible, there's no substitute for a *real* video card.|
Have a look at the following charts & keep in mind that 25FPS is considered the lowest for a game to be playable. But you also have to consider the screen resoluiton...in these tests, the resolution is 1280 x 1024. To me, that's a lot to expect out of an IGP for gaming. Even so, it only falls below the 25FPS minimum in a few of the tests. If the screen resolution was lowered to 1024 x 768, I'm sure the FPS would be better.
That being said, look at the numbers put up by the lowly 8500GT...they're almost double in many cases. That shows you how much better an actual video card is (even a low end one) vs an IGP.
Other than that, you really didn't provide very much info about the system, like whether it's an OEM (Acer, Dell, eMachines, HP/Compaq, etc) or what the cost is. And a word of advice - stay away from systems with slim style cases. They're not very upgradeable due to their size.