Palit GeForce GT 220 Sonic Edition GDDR3 512MB PCIe

  • Palit GeForce GT 220 Sonic Edition GDDR3 512MB PCIe
80
Based on 4 scores, 11 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
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  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Performance, cooling, HDMI
  • Very quiet, Low power consumption, 40 nm GPU, Native HDMI output, Overclocked out of the box, HDMI audio no longer requires SPDIF cable, No external power connector required, Support for DirectX 10.1, Support for CUDA / PhysX

Cons:

  • High price

Expert reviews and ratings

By CIOL on 80

NVIDIA has finally moved onto their 40nm chipset graphics cards. The first of the lot, the GT 220 that we received from Palit, is their Sonic Edition that comes with a 512MB GDDR3 RAM. As it is the sonic edition, it runs on a slightly amped up...

By PCQuest on

PrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitterNVIDIA has finally moved onto their 40nm chip set graphics cards. The first of the lot, the GT 220 we received from Palit is their Sonic Edition that comes with 512MB GDDR3 RAM. This, being the Sonic...

By Guru of 3D on

For a budget card the GT 220 obviously offers decent value for money. You get plenty of connectivity on the Palit GeForce GT 220 Sonic Edition, silent cooling and a product that offers an excellent desktop usage experience. Gaming wise cards like...

By PC Games Hardware on

Regardless of its 40 nanometer architecture the Geforce GT 220 needs more power than AMD's older 55 nanometer cards Radeon HD 3870 and Radeon HD 4670. Both Radeons offer higher gaming performance, but also cost 10 to 20 Euros more. In matters of...

By techPowerUp! on 83

If you haven't noticed by now, the GeForce GT 220 is not meant for gaming. While it may be able to play older games at lower resolutions like 1024x768 or with lower details, it completely lacks the rendering power for anything more serious. What it...

By AnandTech on

There are some things you just dont talk about among polite company. Politics, money, and apparently OEM-only GPUs. Back in July NVIDIA launched their first 40nm GPUs, and their first GPUs featuring DX10.1 support; these were the GeForce GT 220...

By Overclockers Club on

As I saw last week, the GPU is being used for things it traditionally has not been used for and it opened my eyes up to the possibilities. Windows 7 is finally being released in a few short weeks and the GT 220 is poised to take advantage of features...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

For consumers on a budget who are looking for a decent upgrade in advance of Windows 7 the GT 220 is a very attractive purchase. Highly...

International Review By ReviewCenter on 63

Wer fr kleines Geld ein Rennpferd erwartet liegt bei diesem Angebot falsch allerdings fllt diese Grafiklsung von Palit die wichtige Lcke zwischen onboard und Gamingkarte. Fr 40-50 Euro ist nichts falsch zu machen,...

International Review By FrazPC.pl on

W przypadku karty Palita zb?dne okazuj? si? ko?cowe zestawienia, prezentuj?ce oglna wydajno?? karty jak i jej op?acalno??. Jak pokaza?y bowiem testy Palita GT220 Sonic nie bez przesady...

International Review By PC Labs on

NVIDIA OEM'cilere ynelik bir-iki GPU'yu sessiz sedas?z ?karm??t?. ?imdi bu tip GPU'lar?n bizim sat?n alabilece?imiz trde kartlara gidecek olanlar?n?, Palit'in...