Right, as you can see .. here we have the product packaging. Budget all the way. Palit always uses a red PCB, I do hope at one point they'll change that. It doesn't fit the modern look of a PC any longer. You get the basics as in a card, manual and driver CD.
The card itself is the Sonic Edition, this means it comes overclocked at little at 720 MHz on the core, 1566 on the Shader processors and the128-bit memory at 900 (1800 effective).
If it is connectivity you are after, Palit does this well, SUB-D (VGA, DVI and a HDMI connector are present at the GT 220 Sonic Edition
And the backside then .. yes yes, shiny red as well. Let's head on over to the power recommendations, heat and noise levels.
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