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MSI GeForce GT 220 1 GB OC Pictured

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NVIDIA has the launch of its GeForce GT 220 graphics processor lined up for next week. Aimed to be a sub-$100 lower-mainstream offering, the GPU is one of NVIDIA's first GPUs to be built on the 40 nm manufacturing technology, which [finally] include DirectX 10.1 support. MSI already has a factory-overclocked graphics card based on the GPU, the MSI N220GT-MD1G-OC. Powered by the GeForce GT 220, it packs 48 shader processors, 1 GB of GDDR3 memory across a 128-bit wide interface, and connectivity that includes DVI-D, D-Sub, and HDMI. While the overclocked speeds isn't known as yet, expect it to be over GeForce GT 220's reference speeds of around 615/1335/1580 MHz (core/shader/memory). The card draws all its power from the PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slot, and uses a simple heatsink with spirally-projecting aluminum fins and a fan, to cool the GPU, and the memory surrounding it. It is expected to be priced under 80 EUR.



Source: TechConnect Magazine
 

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:laugh:Overpriced comes to mind a 40nm g94 with 46 shaders and 10.1Dx(That used to suck and be useless like Dx11 right now;)) would be nice for Physix if under 50$, for 80 EUR, Id get a 4830 or 4850 or a 9600GT Low Power if a weak PSU was an issue. taking into account I can get a GDDR3 4650 for under 50$ and a 4670 for 60$(both will probably smack this card) it Doesn't make any sense at that price point...
 
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This looks like a card i wouldnt be interested in
 
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Awesome! 1GB of RAM is exactly what this card needed.
 
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"Dx 10.1 isn't important" nVidia :D
 
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Nvidia is pulling an AMD! :toast:
 
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so this is the 40nm version, of the 128bit 48sp 9600GSO right:rolleyes:

:D:p
 
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This looks like my Galaxy 9500GT.
Very nice :)
 
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This is supposed to be an OEM product. It's not NVIDIA's fault that MSI, Gigabyte, and other manufacturer's are releasing OEM products like retail. :p
 
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This is supposed to be an OEM product. It's not NVIDIA's fault that MSI, Gigabyte, and other manufacturer's are releasing OEM products like retail. :p

agree
 
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I wonder what r those TRIO components? Ferrite chokes??