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Sub-$80 Graphics Card Battle

Posted on Wednesday, November 11 2009 @ 05:08:21 CET by


Today we are looking at what the best option in the sub-$80 graphics card market is for gamers, which led us to a direct comparison between the new GeForce GT 220 and the old Radeon HD 4670. The cards will be compared in a number of games while we will also look at their power consumption levels and overall value...

The GeForce GT 220 has done very little to mix things up in the low-end market segment, as it fails to offer anything new at its price point of $70 US. Yes, it is an affordable 40nm graphics card, but that bandwagon will only get Nvidia so far. The GeForce GT 220 was superior to the 14 month old Radeon HD 4670 in terms of power consumption and operating temperature when under load. Read more at Legion Hardware.



 



 

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