Is this video card better than my onboard video?

I thought this might be better for IMHO but really the answer is yes or no.

My motherboard has a ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics [Display adapter]
I believe I am sharing memory. The board is a Board: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. GA-MA78GM-US2H

I can pickup a PNY Verto 210 with 251MB of DDR2 memory for 47.00 + Tax. I mainly use the computer for watching shows and playing WOW. My monitor is an
Acer X233H [Monitor] (23.1"visual)

I’m normally running in 1920 X 1080 on the monitor

Not really, the G 210 is pretty much the bottom market segment these days and probably intended mainly for office computers that don’t even have integrated graphics. You should be able to find a Radeon HD 4650 for about $50-$60 however, which would be a good step up from an integrated chip, and for about $20 more than that you could get a higher clocked Radeon HD 4670.

Thanks. I’ll return the unopened package to WorstBuy tomorrow

I second the recommendation for a Radeon 4650 or Radeon 4670. Either card will run rings around the Geforce 210, while costing not much more. Here is a nice Radeon 4650 for $57 shipped; Newegg has some slightly cheaper Radeon 4650s, but they use slower DDR2 memory instead of DDR3 like the one I linked; I would say it is worth $10 to get 1800mhz memory vs 800mhz memory.

Here are some benchmarks you might want to see. The card I linked to would be just a tad slower than the Radeon 4670 in those benches.

Also, if you get a Radeon card, you can use your onboard graphics to add another monitor if you run out of ports on you graphics card. Granted, the card I linked to has 3 graphics ports, so unless you want to use 4 monitors that is no big deal.