Palit & Gainward Geforce GT220

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Introduction

Despite Nvidia having a strong product catalogue rumours have been rife in the last week or so about the future of their mid and high range products. It is business as usual in the budget range today however as we see the launch of a new card in the sub $79 price range.

This isn’t just a cut down version of a different card though; for once we have a budget model which brings something a little different to Nvidia’s product range. Today we find out what the GT 220 does to enhance Nvidia’s product catalogue.

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