Zotac GeForce GT 220 1GB PCIe

  • Zotac GeForce GT 220 1GB PCIe
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Based on 8 scores, 12 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Finish, Small dimensions, Operating temperatures, Low power consumption, 7.1 audio through HDMI connector, Quiet fan.
  • Great Design, Good Specs
  • Low power consumption, DX10.1, native 8-Channel LPCM audio over HDMI, decent gaming performance

Cons:

  • High price/performance ratio
  • Inconsistent Performance, High Price

Expert reviews and ratings

By iXBT Labs on -

Zotac GeForce GT 220 1024MB is probably the most interesting card of these six. It also has a good cooler, though the clock rates are...

By TestSeek Labs on 78

In July 2009, NVIDIA began the transition to a 40nm manufacturing technology with two new models destined for the low end market: the GeForce GT 210 and GT 220. They were actually never destined to be sold as full retail cards but as the market has...

By ThinkDigit on -

The ZOTAC GeForce GT220 is an entry-level graphics card that provides quite a punch given its limited features. Armed with a 625-MHz core clock and a memory clock of 1580 MHz, the GeForce GT220 has 1-GB DDR3 memory. The ZOTAC GeForce GT220 comes...

By Expert Reviews on 40

It's no fault of Zotac's, but the GT 220 is simply too expensive to compete with ATI's HD 4670....

By PCWorld India on 72

The Zotac GeForce GT 220 is priced at Rs. 4,750 and that price-tag seems off by at least Rs. 2,000. This is because the HD4670 gives about 40% more performance and is still priced Rs. 400 lower. The XFX Radeon HD4650 which gives about 20% less...

By PC Advisor on 70

The Zotac nVidia GeForce GT 220 is a solid addition to the market, especially if you need a low-power card that'll generate very little heat. While the 4670 is still available, though, we'd recommend that instead, as it offers the same DirectX...

By TechTree on 80

A few weeks back Nvidia launched their first ever 40nm GPUs and for a change they'll be releasing the low end cards first followed by the high-end ones. The two cards launched were the GT220 and the G210, both of which are based on the 40nm version...

By techPowerUp! on 81

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...

International Review By HardWare Análisis on 78

Tras analizar detenidamente la ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 1GB DDR3 queda claro que no es la mejor idea si se va a destinar para jugar, en el rango de precios que se mueve 60-70 hay mejores opciones y por un poco mas la ganancia de rendimiento es muy...

International Review By ComputerBase on -

Die 3D-Leistung der GeForce GT 220 ist, wie fr eine Low-End-Karte gewohnt, uerst niedrig, sodass Spieler aktueller Spiele einen groen Bogen um die Karte machen sollten. Wer dagegen nur grafisch wenig anspruchsvolle Kost auf dem...

International Review By Hardwareluxx on -

s wollen wir festhalten, dass die 3D-Performance der GeForce GT 220 uerst gering ist. Wie die Benchmarks darlegen, ist zwar auch hin und wieder eine Runde Far Cry 2 mit 1280x1024 Pixeln bei niedrigen Qualittseinstellungen mglich,...

International Review By AwardFabrik on 67

Die Geforce GT220 ist keine Karte von der man eine bahnbrechende Performance erwarten sollte.Sie gliedert sich im Portfolio bei NVidia auf unterer Ebene ein und ist daher kein Produkt, das sich direkt an PC- Spieler richtet.Daher liegt die Leistung...