A couple new mid-range DX 10.1 based desktop graphics cards will squeeze into NVIDIA's lineup next week, these being the GeForce GT210 and GT 220.
The folks at TechConnect have gotten an early scoop on a GT 220 offering from MSI which comes factory overclocked.
The GT216-powered GT 220 features 48 Processing Cores, a 128-bit memory interface, 1GB of GDDR3 memory, and D-Sub, DVI, plus HDMI outputs.
MSI's cards lacks SLI support and has clocks which have yet to be revealed. Keep in mind though that the stock GT 220 has GPU/shader/memory clocks of (about) 615/1335/1580 MHz, so this OC version will be faster than that. Expect the MSI GeForce GT 220 OC to cost under 80 Euro.