EVGA GeForce 210
Released November, 2009
The Pros:4 different configurations available - passive heatsink, DDR2/DDR3 memory, or a factory overclocked version. Great for HTPCs - capable of 1080p Blu-ray playback with HDMI output. Sound out will work over HDMI - no need for additional audio hook ups.
The Cons:Limited use cases - not for gamers. Not great for overclocking - runs about as fast as it can from the factory. Registration required for a 2 year warranty from the manufacturer.
EVGA GeForce 210 is a low cost entry-level video card aimed at people who are using onboard video but would like to take some of the pressure off of their processor. This card isn't for gamers or anyone who runs graphic intensive applications, due to its low pixel/texture fill rate compared to other modern cards.
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The low cost, however, and the fact that it has a VGA output may make it the right choice for some.
The GPU runs at 589MHz with 16 processing cores. It is supported by 512MB of GDDR2 memory running at 6.4GB/s. It has outputs for DVI-I, HDMI and VGA, making it a good card for people who want to experiment with different kinds of displays. It supports resolutions of up to 2560x1600.
- 589MHz NVIDIA 210 GPU
- 16 processing cores
- 512MB GDDR2 memory with 6.4GB/s memory bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0
- DVI-I, HDMI and VGA outputs
- 240Hz max refresh rate
- 2560x1600 resolution
User Reviews (1)
4 different configurations available - passive heatsink, DDR2/DDR3 memory, or a factory overclocked version
great for HTPCs - capable of 1080p Blu-ray playback with HDMI output
sound out will work over HDMI - no need for additional audio hook ups
PCI Express 2.0 support offered where competing cards offer 1.0 compatibility only
limited use cases - not for gamers
not great for overclocking - runs about as fast as it can from the factory
registration required for a 2 year warranty from the manufacturer
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