Sunday, October 18, 2009

Officially presented 3D-card NVIDIA GeForce G210 and GT220

From now on graphics cards GeForce G210 and GT 220, which for months were only available to OEM partners NVIDIA, officially go on sale for the mass consumer segment. New items are made from 40-nanometer technology and supports DirectX 10.1.

The truly budget graphics card GeForce G210 is based on the GPU GT218. She has 16 shader processors and 64-bit memory bus. The frequency of the GPU and shader unit equal to 589 and 1404 MHz respectively. 512 MB of memory operate at a frequency of 1580 MHz (DDR3) or 800 MHz (DDR2).

More productive model GeForce GT 220 based on the GT216 chip and is characterized by 48 shader processors and 128-bit memory bus. Video can be equipped with 512 MB or 1 GB of memory clocked at 1580 MHz (DDR3) or 1000 MHz (DDR2). The frequency of the GPU and shader unit is 625 and 1360 MHz respectively.

The first manufacturer that provided their products on the day of the official release, the company became the Inno3D. New items are made in the reference performance and cooled single-slot coolers. To connect monitors, both models are equipped with outputs D-Sub, DVI and HDMI 1.3a.

It is expected that the price of accelerators GeForce G210 and GT 220 is less than 50 and 80 euros respectively.