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EVGA GeForce GT220 FTW


$100.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fan runs very quietly, even when you push the card a little hard. Card generally runs cool, don't have to account for much heat in the case. Can handle full-screen HD video without any loss of detail or skipped frames.

The Cons:Ships with some drivers that have minor compatibility issues with Flash, need to make sure you download the latest ones from the website instead. Not quite enough processing power for the highest end games at full graphics settings.

The EVGA GeForce GT220 FTW is a mid-range video card aimed at casual gamers and users who need to be able to support applications with a moderate level of graphic intensity. The processor and memory both run much faster than the 210, and the increased memory capacity helps move things along better.

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This card is not aimed at hardcore gamers or professionals working with high-intensity graphics.

The processor is a 720MHz NVidia GPU with 48 processing cores, supported by 1Gb of GDDR3 memory. This card also has three separate outputs depending on what kind of display you have: DVI-I, VGA, and HDMI. It supports resolutions of up to 2560x1600.

Features

  • 720MHz NVidia GT 220 GPU
  • 48 Processing Cores
  • 1024 MB GDDR3 memory at 25.92GB/s bandwidth
  • PCI-E 2.0
  • DVI-I, VGA and HDMI outputs
  • 240Hz refresh rate
  • 2560x1600 resolution

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    fan runs very quietly, even when you push the card a little hard

  • 1

    card generally runs cool, don't have to account for much heat in the case

  • 1

    can handle full-screen HD video without any loss of detail or skipped frames

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    installation is very simple, just plug-and-play with the latest drivers available online

  • 1

    capable of extremely high resolution, ideal for video editing on a large screen

Cons
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    ships with some drivers that have minor compatibility issues with Flash, need to make sure you download the latest ones from the website instead

  • 1

    not quite enough processing power for the highest end games at full graphics settings

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