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MSi VN220GT-MD1G


$75.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Short card takes up little room in the case. Handles medium gaming duties well. HD video runs full-screen at full framerate with no jutter in the signal.

The Cons:Fan can get pretty loud. Despite specific anti-aliasing support, games tend to run a lot better without it on. Can't run games on top settings.

The MSi VN220GT-MD1G is a lower-end desktop graphics card based on the NVIDIA GeForce GT 220. The 40nm card supports DirectX 10.1 and an HDMI output. It is mostly identical to the N220GT-MD1G, but utilizes superior, DDR2 memory.

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Its core clock runs at 625 MHz, but the card supports overclocking via "Afterburner" and MSi DOT Express technology. Other MSi products based on the GeForce GT 220 offer significantly higher memory and core clock speeds, as does the original NVIDIA product itself. NVIDIA PhysX enables complex in-game physics, while the NVIDIA Lumenex engine and 128-bit HDR support enhanced lighting effects. The card lacks major features available with higher-end graphics cards, however, including support for 3D video or multiple GPUs.

Features

  • 1GB DDR2 memory
  • 800MHz memory clock
  • 625MHz core clock
  • 40nm manufacturing
  • 400 RAMDACs
  • DirectX 10.1
  • OpenGL 3.1
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • HDMI/DVI/D-sub outputs
  • NVIDIA PhysX
  • NVIDIA CUDA
  • GigaThread technology
  • NVIDIA Lumenex engine
  • 16x anti-aliasing
  • 128-bit HDR lighting
  • NVIDIA PureVideo HD

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    short card takes up little room in the case

  • 1

    handles medium gaming duties well

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    HD video runs full-screen at full framerate with no jutter in the signal

  • 1

    outputs for the big 3 standards, no adapter cable required

Cons
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    fan can get pretty loud

  • 1

    despite specific anti-aliasing support, games tend to run a lot better without it on

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    can't run games on top settings

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