The Inno3D 6200 box is simple and to the point. It boldly shows it is an AGP 8X card and that it sports DX9, OpenGL 1.5, SM3.0, and multi-display support. An orange sticker on the front and white sticker on the back also denote the card as a 6200A with 128MB memory and a 64-bit memory interface. The back of the box also gives a product overview of the 6200 GPU and all of its 3D features like CineFX 3.0, Intellisample 3.0, and UltraShadow II.
Included with the 6200 is its Inno3D manual, DVI-VGA converter, s-video-to-composite cable, and driver CD. You may have expected a s-video cable, but keep in mind that this is a budget video card. The driver CD is a burned CD-R of beta driver 76.10, because the latest WHQL drivers from NVIDIA do not support the 6200A.
In keeping with the tradition of other Inno3D graphics cards, the Inno3D 6200A follows the reference design on a black PCB.
Given the 6200A's NV44 core with low transistor count and power requirements, it is able to keep cool with a simple passive heatsink. Here is a shot of the back of the card:
The Inno3D 6200A uses Hynix HY5DU561622CT-4 DDR chips. They have a spec clock frequency of 250MHz. Given that the card is clocked at 500MHz DDR, there is unfortunately little headroom for memory overclocking.
It is nice to see that even budget video cards these days have all three basic video outputs: VGA, DVI, and s-video.
Compared to the massive GeForce 6800, the passively cooled single-slot 6200 will fit any HTPC or SFF PC.
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