No doubt for the majority of you this wont be of much interest, but then again there's always those of us looking to save an extra buck or two where possible.
NVIDIA have revisited the GeForce 7 series today, having announced a new entry-level graphics card in the GeForce 7200 GS. Coming in at only $50 USD it will mostly attract buyers with IGP systems that lack the ability to handle Vista's Aero interface, or even perhaps those of you wanting tv-out from your custom HTPC on the cheap (though you can forgeddabout high-definition content).
Specs wise, this card is understandably nothing to write home about, but for DX9.0 and SM3 capabilities on the cheap, you can't go wrong.
Today NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) introduced the NVIDIA® GeForce® 7200 GS graphics processing unit ( GPU), a new, faster, entry-level GPU.
GeForce 7200 GS is designed to offer a low-cost upgrade from integrated graphics solutions and is built for Microsoft Windows® Vista -the industry's first operating system to require a dedicated GPU to realize its full potential.
Graphics cards equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce 7200 GS GPU are available today from e-tailers and retailers worldwide at aggressive prices under $50 and are being offered in PCs from leading OEMs and system builders.