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Asus Bravo 220 review – media card

While this card is not marketed as a gaming card, we are sure that most users will at one time or another fire up a game for some light entertainment.

We are using this core system for game tests:

Intel Core i5 655k
Corsair 4GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz
Intel DP55WG motherboard
Coolit ECO A.L.C.

This underclocked GT220 fails to produce the goods with AA enabled at 1080p with most modern engines so we just turned it off completely and aimed to get a quick performance overview via an HDTV, which is the target audience.

Gaming is actually not too bad on the Asus Bravo 220, and we could scrape by with less demanding engines if we left off AA and were willing to live with the odd judder here and there. Games like Crysis will need some serious compromises (and resolution drops) if you wish to try and run them, we gave up trying to get a decent combination of resolution and preset, so we didn’t include it here. If gaming is your thing then you need to look higher up the scale.

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