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Radeon HD 6000 Series Launch Delayed to November

AMD has reportedly delayed the launch of its much talked about Radeon HD 6000 series graphics processors from its expected date of October 12, to November, 2010. Whatever be the company's motive behind this delay, it creates room for NVIDIA to release new lower-mainstream and entry-level products. Perhaps AMD wants to make sure media-attention isn't split between HD 6000 series launch, and those of NVIDIA's GeForce 400 series spread throughout October.

These include the GeForce GT 430. Apart from new GPUs, NVIDIA is also said to be lowering the prices of some of its key SKUs, including the GeForce GTX 460 768 MB, and previous-generation GeForce GT 220. Meanwhile, it is increasingly looking like the first Radeon HD 6000 series SKUs will be based on the "Barts" die, these SKUs will succeed the Radeon HD 5700 series, and restore competitiveness against key NVIDIA SKUs.

SPARKLE Unveils GeForce 210/GT220/GT240 PCI Express x1 Graphics Cards

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today unveils the SPARKLE GeForce 210/GT220/GT240 PCI Express x1 Graphics Cards, creating upgrade possibility for user's generic PC, providing 1080p HD video acceleration, DX10.1 gaming and premium Windows 7 experience for ordinary users.

With latest PCI Express technology, SPARKLE GeForce 210/GT220/GT240 PCI Express x1 Graphics Cards use PCI Express x1 bus type, they can be added on the motherboard which have at least one PCI Express x1 slot as the second graphics card, providing multiple monitors supports for computer users and certain industries, in addition to industrial users, they also support the upgrading of Intel Pine Trail motherboard which has only one PCI Express x1 slot.

MSI Announces New Low-Profile GeForce GT 220 Graphics Card

MSI slipped in a new entry-level graphics card based on the NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics processor. The card sports a low-profile, single-slot design, and makes use of a tiny active air-cooler. Based on the 40 nm GT216 GPU, the GeForce GT 220 has 48 CUDA cores, and is DirectX 10.1 compliant. MSI's implementation uses 512 MB of DDR3 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface. The GPU is clocked at 625 MHz, shaders at 1360 MHz, and memory at 980 MHz. Outputs include DVI, D-Sub (detachable), and HDMI. A low-profile bracket kit is bundled. Expect MSI's new low-profile GT 220 card to cost on par with most other GT 220 graphics cards in the market.

Sparkle Launches Low-Power Passively Cooled GeForce GT 220 1GB Graphics Card

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220 1GB DDR2 Passive Graphics Card- with low power and passive cooling design, it brings excellent 3D performance and silent working environment to mainstream users.

Taking the power consumption and performance increase into account, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220 1GB DDR2 Passive Graphics Card feature 40nm chip process from TSMC and exclusive power-saving technology from SPARKLE. The advanced 40nm process significantly reduces the power consumption and GPU core temperature, making them to be low power and energy-saving products and protecting our environments. Compared with the ordinary GT220 which sell in the market, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220 1GB DDR2 Passive Graphics Card can save 20% power consumption during full loading mode.

Sparkle Announces 2 GB GeForce GT 220 Graphics Card

SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220 2GB Graphics Card the first GT220 graphics card on market with 2GB video memory configuration, bringing incredible 3D power to mainstream gamers.

Based on NVIDIA's next generation GT216 architecture, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220 2GB Graphics Card adopt innovative unified architecture, dynamically allocates processing power to geometry, vertex, physics, or pixel shading operations, delivering up to 2x the gaming performance of prior generation GPUs. Built upon technologies such as NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, providing support for DirectX 10.1 Shader Model 4.0, NVIDIA Quantum Effects technology for physics computation and GigaThread Technology for extreme processing efficiency in advanced, next generation shader programs.

ASUS Unveils a Host of New Products for the Gaming Community

Gaming has evolved into a leading growth industry and dynamic motivator for the technology sector, as CeBIT 2010 further illustrates. It's a massively popular pastime drawing people, all united through thrilling entertainment. ASUS shares the passion, maintaining a tradition of ingenuity aimed at meeting the needs of gamers both with the hardcore Republic of Gamers brand (ROG) and powerful mainstream solutions. It seeks to innovate and introduce new exciting ways to enjoy gaming, believing it should be natural to take up rather than complicated.

ZOTAC Expands Silent ZONE Edition Lineup with GeForce GT 220 Model

Powered by a high-performance NVIDIA GT 220 graphics processor with 48 CUDA cores and 1GB of high-speed DDR2 memory, the ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 ZONE Edition packs plenty of performance ready to take on the latest Microsoft DirectX 10.1, DirectCompute, OpenGL 3.2 and NVIDIA CUDA powered games and applications for lightning-fast video conversion, precise GPU-accelerated image editing and immersive gaming.

"ZOTAC is one of the leading manufacturers of silent graphics cards. Our lineup of ZOTAC GeForce ZONE Edition graphics cards has won many awards for the combination of performance and silent operation," said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. "The ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 ZONE Edition is the latest addition to our award-winning lineup that also brings support for Microsoft DirectX 10.1 and HDMI 1.3a technology for the best quiet computing experience for the price, whether you're gaming or using it for a home theater PC."

AXLE releases GeForce GT 220 and GeForce 210

Both the latest games and 3D applications have stricter requirement on the graphic performance than before and the integrated graphics solution is not powerful enough. AXLE GeForce GT 220 packs 48 processing cores into a compact power efficient design delivering up to 30x the performance* of Intel integrated solutions.

Get all the video processing power that your digital lifestyle requires. Clean up home video 4x faster and post it on Facebook with the AXLE GeForce GT 220 or GeForce 210. Convert your video and put it on your iPod in minutes instead of hours or make your DVDs look like HD. AXLE GeForce GT220 and GeForce 210 can playback any Blu Ray Movie with any modern CPU.

EVGA Announces GeForce 210 and GT 220 Series 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.

Modern games and 3D applications demand more graphics performance than ever before and integrated graphics simply aren't good enough. The NVIDIA efficient designs can deliver up to 30x the performance of integrated solutions! If you want to play popular games like World of Warcraft, Spore, Sims3, Left 4 Dead or Fallout3, the Geforce 210 or GT 220 is an essential addition to your PC.

Club 3D Releases New GT220 & 210 Graphics Cards

Club 3D, European graphics cards specialist today announces the availability of the GT220 & 210 graphics card series line-up. Graphics processing has become an essential ingredient to the modern PC. Nowadays, we simply demand more from our PCs to deliver gorgeous graphics, fantastic video, crisp responsive photo editing and a Premium Windows 7 Experience. The Club 3D GT 220 & 210 graphics cards bring impressive graphics processing power to your PC at an affordable price.

Point of View Announces its New Entry-Mid Range GeForce 200 Series Products

POINT OF VIEW, premier NVIDIA partner for GeForce Graphics cards, is launching today the GeForce G210 and GT220.

These respectively entry level-to-midrange graphics cards from the innovating GeForce 200 series are carved from the same wood as their big brothers and sisters. Critically acclaimed technologies such as PhysX, CUDA and PureVideoHD are standard supported for the best image quality possible. Some small changes were made in the GPU functionality to add support for Microsofts' DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL 3.0, for future-proof support of all upcoming games and software. Also as an update, the PCB added integrated HDMI audio so no additional SPDIF cable is needed for rerouting the sound to the HDMI cable.

Both the models G210 and GT220 are equipped with the three-way graphics output Dual Link DVI, VGA and HDMI. This makes these small and energy efficient graphics cards perfectly suitable for Office PC, Gaming PC and off course media center PC use.

Zotac Announces GeForce GT 220 and 210-based Graphics Cards

The new ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 and 210-based graphics cards take 3D performance and home theater integration to a whole new level with new technologies for superior performance, visuals and audio. 3D performance is enhanced with support for DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL 3.1 technologies for realistic visuals and unmatched performance.

ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 graphics cards feature 48 lightning-fast processing cores while the more affordable ZOTAC GeForce 210 features 16 processing cores. Despite the high-performance of the new ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 and 210 series graphics cards, the new graphics cards are energy efficient and consume little energy thanks to a new manufacturing process.

MSI Releases N220GT/N210 Series Graphics Cards

MSI, leading global graphics card and motherboard manufacturer, just announced the launch of the N220GT/N210 graphics cards series to meet users' demands for top-notch quality at an ideal price-performance level. These all-new graphics cards series implement advanced 40nm GPUs with full support for the latest DirectX 10.1 multimedia gaming standard, sport MSI Military Class components for greatest stability and even support native HDMI output offering the most crisp audio-visual experience available on the market today. This is the ideal solution for price-performance conscience users with high demands.

ECS Introduces GeForce GT 220 and G 210 Graphics Cards

Making it possible to enjoy latest technology within in users budget, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, and notebook manufacturer, today announced latest ECS GT220 and G210 Series graphics cards built with an NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 and NVIDIA GeForce G210 graphics processing units (GPU) respectively. ECS NGT220-1GQS-F also known as ECS GT 220─ATX Form Factor features astonishing 512/1024MB DDR2 with 128-bit Data Bus, Supports Microsoft DirectX 10.1 to meets users' requirement of those latest gaming titles. It is designed with All-Solid-Capacitor to decrease graphics cards temperature and further improve the stability offering better product durability and reliability for users to enjoy unique gaming experience.

All ECS GT220 and G210 graphics cards are embedded HDMI connector which can transfer video & audio signals via a single cable making top performance and power efficiency. It uses NVIDIA CUDA technology to unlocks the power of the GPU's processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks - such as video transcoding in order to delivering incredible performance improvements over traditional GPUs. ECS GT220 and G210 is excellent choice for mainstream as well as entry level gamers to enjoy excellent graphic performance under user's budget.

Inno3D Introduces GeForce GT 220, and GeForce 210

Inno3D are excited to launch the Inno3D GeForce GT 220 & GeForce G210 that brings impressive graphics processing power to your PC for everyday applications and at an affordable price. Graphics processing has become an essential ingredient to the modern PC. Nowadays, we simply demand more from our PCs to deliver beautiful graphics, fantastic video, crisp responsive photo editing and a Premium Windows 7 Experience.

The new Inno3D GeForce GT 220 and G 210 surpass their predecessors with astonishing 3DMark Vantage benchmarks while achieving optimised performance with all the latest features in the market. These two new entries to the 200 series pack quite a punch when comparing the shaders. GT220 has around 50% more shaders than 9500GT, and 210 100% more than 8400 GS.

MSI GeForce GT 220 1 GB OC Pictured

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.

Gigabyte's GeForce GT 220 OC Accelerator Spotted

Gigabyte's newest entry-level graphics accelerator is based on one of NVIDIA's first GPUs built on the 40 nm fab-process. The Gigabyte GeForce GT 220 OC (GV-N220OC-1G) is based on the new GT216-300 GPU from NVIDIA that features 48 shader processors, support for DirectX 10.1, and a 128-bit wide GDDR3 memory interface accommodating 1 GB of memory. The GPU is clocked at 720 MHz, with its shader domain at 1567 MHz, and memory at 800 MHz (1600 MHz DDR). With connectivity options that include DVI-D, D-Sub, and HDMI with a gold-plated connector (merely aesthetic, as digital connections don't benefit), the card sports a cooler design similar to its custom-design Radeon HD 4770 1 GB accelerator. The accelerator starts shipping soon at an unknown yet affordable price.

NVIDIA GeForce G210 and GeForce GT 220 Now Official

Earlier this week we informed you of the existance of two upcoming 40 nm NVIDIA parts, GeForce GT 220 and GeForce G210. We also gave a hypothetical release date which stated "early Q4", well we lied to you in a good way, the cards are already official and standing on NVIDIA's official page.
Both cards support DirectX 10.1, OpenGL 3.0 and CUDA, with the G210 having analog VGA, DisplayPort and DVI outputs while the GT 220 has VGA, HDMI and DVI. The GeForce G210 has 16 processor cores and a 589 MHz CPU clock speed; that's paired with 512 MB of DDR2 memory with a 64-bit interface and 500 MHz clock speed. Its shaders run at 1402 MHz. As for the NVIDIA GeForce GT 220, it has 48 processor cores and a 615 MHz clock speed, paired with 1 GB of GDDR3 memory with a 790 MHz clock and a 128-bit interface. It has a slightly slower shaders clock speed of 1335 MHz. Neither of the two cards is expected to be available directly to consumers, both offerings are marked as OEM products and meant to be entry-level options in pre-built PCs.

NVIDIA GeForce G210 (OEM Product) Specs
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 (OEM Product) Specs

GeForce GT 220, G 210 Reference Designs Pictured

NVIDIA's upcoming 40 nm value GPUs, GeForce GT 220 and GeForce G 210 are on their way to a early Q4 launch. NVIDIA looks to give its 40 nm desktop GPUs the right profile with its reference designs that include low-profile (half-height), single-slot PCBs and coolers. The size and shape of these cards send out good signals about their thermal characteristics, at least for now.

Both these cards use essentially similar designs: a half-height PCB holds the GPU one one end, and memory chips are distributed on the front and back sides of the PCB. The G 210 offers DVI-D and DisplayPort connectors on the card, while the GT 220 offers DVI-D and HDMI. Both cards feature extensions for the D-Sub connector. The GT 220 has a slightly longer PCB, with a dense aluminum cooler. Both cards rely entirely on the PCI-Express slot for power. G 210 features 24 shaders, 512 MB of 64-bit DDR2 or GDDR3 memory, while the GT 220 features 48 shaders, up to 1 GB of 128-bit GDDR3 memory. Pictured below are GT 220 and G 210 and angled, front, and back pictures in the said order.
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