SPARKLE Introduced GeForce 220GT/210 Graphics Cards

SPARKLE-GeForce-210-220-Graphics-CardSPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced the SPARKLE GeForce GT 220/210 Graphics Cards the first NVIDIA graphics cards based on advanced 40nm process, they bring better graphics processing power with lower power consumption.

Both video cards supports DirectX 10.1,  Shader Model 4.0, NVIDIA Quantum Effects technology for physics computation and GigaThread Technology… see the specifications below:

SPARKLE GeForce GT220 Graphics Card

GeForce GT 220 Specification

Model Number SXT2201024D2-NM

SXT2201024D2-MP

SXT2201024S3-NM

Graphics Processing Unit GeForce GT 220
Core Clock 625MHz
Memory Type 1024MB DDR2

1024MB DDR3

Memory Interface 128-bit
Processor Cores 48
Processor Clock 1360MHz
Bus Type PCI-Express 2.0
RAMDAC 400 MHz
Outputs HDMI+CRT+DVI+ (Display Port Option)
(Disp
lay Port via DVI-Display Port Adapter for MP Series)

SPARKLE GeForce 210 Graphics Card

GeForce 210 Specification

Model Number SXG210512D2-NM
Graphics Processing Unit GeForce 210
Core Clock 589MHz
MemoryType 512MB DDR2
Memory Interface 64-bit
Processor Cores 16
Processor Clock 1402MHz
Bus Type PCI-Express 2.0
RAMDAC 400 MHz
Outputs CRT+DVI-I+HDMI
HDCP Yes


Source:
Sparkle

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