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Inno3D Geforce GT 220 Review

ccokeman    -   November 19, 2009
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Testing:

What would testing be if you did not show both sides of the fence? In this test, PhysX was set to low, while leaving the remaining settings intact. You have seen time and again where the ATI cards suffer when PhysX is enabled. Mirror's Edge and Cryostasis are two prime examples. Darkest of Days is no different. What happens in this test shows that, although the game can be played by cards from the red team, the video effects and quality are diminished.

Game Settings:

  • 4x Anti-Aliasing
  • 16x Anisotrophic Filtering
  • PhysX: Low
  • Ambient Occlusion: On
  • Quality: High
  • Resolution: 1280x1024 - 2560x1600

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

The INNO 3D and Palit GT 220's run at the bottom of the pack even with the reduced settings used on these cards. The extra 512MB of memory on the INNO3D version seems to help the card overcome the higher clock speeds on the Palit version. The huge overclock helps drive performance to a higher level on the INNO 3D GT 220 bringing the frames per second up over 30 at 1280 x 1024.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Video Card)
  3. Closer Look (Drivers & Programs)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  6. Testing: Far Cry 2
  7. Testing: Crysis Warhead
  8. Testing: Darkest of Days
  9. Testing: Call of Duty World at War
  10. Testing: Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II
  11. Testing: Batman Arkham Asylum
  12. Testing: Resident Evil 5
  13. Testing: Left 4 Dead
  14. Testing: 3DMark 06
  15. Testing: 3DMark Vantage
  16. Conclusion
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