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Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Gainward GT220 Vs Inno3D GT210

2. The Gainward GeForce GT220

Gainward's implementation of the GeForce GT220 design is the Gainward GT220, which comes with with 1GB of DDR3 memory and promises to offer even higher performance than the GT210 series:

- Retail package

The Gainward GT220 retail package would cost you around € 80 (including VAT), which is almost two times the price of the Inno3D GT210 series.

The package includes the graphics card, an installation kit and a CD-ROM with drivers and software:

The board of the GT220 series looks more solid and its also bigger in height compared with the GT210 cards. As we mentioned for the Inno3D GT210 products, the Gainward GT220 does not require any extra power supply to operate:

The available outputs include a VGA, an HDMI and a DVI-D ports:

According to GPU-Z, the Gainward GT220 is clocked at 645MHz (GPU), its memory runs at 790MHz and the Shaders operate at 1403MHz. As a result, this product features much higher clockings than the Inno3D GT210 series:




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