XFX has launched a couple new low-end NVIDIA video cards called the GeForce 210 and GT 220. The lower-end GeForce 210 is a budget offering that is clocked at 589 MHz on the core and has a 64-bit memory bus. The card has 512MB of DDR2 RAM that runs at 800 Mhz. Outputs include VGA, DVI-D, and HDMI.
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The GT 220 is available in two versions. The GT-220X-ZNFC has a GPU clock of 625MHz and a memory bus that is 128-bit. The 1GB of RAM is clocked at 800MHz and the card has VGA, HDMI, and DVI-D outputs.
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XFX also offers the GT 220 in a part number GT-220X-ZNF2. The card is clocked the same as the other GT 220 part number and has no added features. I will assume that the difference is in the bundle, though the XFX website doesn't specify exactly what is different about the card. All of the cards are HDCP capable and support PhysX, CUDA, and PureVideo.