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Inno3D GeForce6200A Card

Innovision has launched another value-added member to NVIDIA’s 6 series, Inno3D
GeForce6200A. The latest Inno3Dâ GeForce6200A offers top performance in the
value segment by taking the GeForce 6 series architecture.
Inno3D GeForce6200A includes native AGP8X support, which provides an
uninterrupted data flow for smoother video streaming and faster more seamless
gameplay. It also supports Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 which is being
used to develop ultra-realistic, next generation DirectX 9.0 games.

Ed’s Note : According to NVIDIA, the current version of Forceware
drivers out there are still not optimized for GeForce 6200 AGP series yet but
they will be released soon.

Innovision Multimedia Limited, the worldwide manufacturing leaders in add-in
graphic cards launch another value-added member to NVIDIA’s 6 series, Inno3D
GeForce6200A. The latest Inno3Dâ GeForce6200A offers top performance in the
value segment by taking the GeForce 6 series architecture.

Inno3D GeForce6200A includes native AGP8X support, which provides an
uninterrupted data flow for smoother video streaming and faster more seamless
gameplay. It also supports Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 which is being
used to develop ultra-realistic, next generation DirectX 9.0 games. Only NVIDIA
GPUs offer NVIDIA UltraShadow II technology that enhances the performance for
bleeding-edge games such as Doom 3.

The Inno3Dâ GeForce6200A GPUs deliver breakthrough technologies, providing new
levels of performance and visual quality. With OpenGL 2.0 optimizations and
support, it enhances top-notch compatibility and performance for all OpenGL
applications.

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