Posted on Tuesday, Oct 13 2009 @ 21:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
EVGA has introduced one GeForce 210 and five GeForce GT 220 graphics cards.
EVGA is proud to announce the latest cards in the GeForce product lineup: the EVGA Geforce 210 and GT 220! Good graphics processing is a required ingredient in the modern PC. With DirectX 10.1 support, NVIDIA PhysX technology, HDMI 1.3a output and NVIDIA CUDA technology the 210 and 220 products are essential additions to your PC. Whether you are doing video or photo editing, gaming, HD video playback, or just looking for a Premium Windows 7 experience, the EVGA GeForce 210 and GT 220 brings incredible processing power, at an incredible price.
Here's a brief overview:
GeForce 210: 589MHz core, 1402MHz shaders, 512MB DDR2 at 1000MHz, $54.99
EVGA GeForce GT 220 DDR2: 625MHz core, 1360MHz shaders, 512MB DDR2 at 1000MHz, $74.99
GeForce GT 220 DDR2: 625MHz core, 1360MHz shaders, 1GB DDR2 at 980MHz, $79.99
GeForce GT 220 DDR3: 625MHz core, 1360MHz shaders, 1GB DDR3 at 1580MHz, $84.99
GeForce GT 220 SSC DDR3: 671MHz core, 1458MHz shaders, 1GB DDR3 at 1580MHz, $89.99
GeForce GT 220 FTW DDR3: 720MHz core, 1544MHz shaders, 1GB DDR3 at 1620MHz, $99.99