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Monday, 12 October 2009 17:00

Gainward GT 220 hits our lab - 5. Gaming: World in Conflict, HAWX

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: 40nm core and DirectX 10.1 support

 





World in Conflict

Although Gainward GT 220 ran up to 37% better than the reference 9500GT, it wasn't enough to tackle the Geforce 9600 GSO running at reference clocks and featuring 384MB of GDDR3. Even an overclocked Galaxy 9500 GT manages to keep up with the GT220, reminding us that nothing changed in the value segment of the market, and if Nvidia plans to beat AMD there, then they better come up with another ace.

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HAWX


HAWX brings a treat for the GT220, as the DX10.1 support results in beating the Galaxy 9500GT OC card. Note that the Galaxy 9500GT OC scored pretty similarly to the GT220 in the previous tests.

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