NVIDIA quietly adds low-end GeForce 300 cards

NVIDIA logoNVIDIA has added new entry-level GeForce 300 cards to its lineup without any fanfare, probably because it's an OEM-only offering. The GeForce GT 320, GT 330 and GT 340 seem to be based on GT21x 40nm GPUs that support DirectX 10.1. The most powerful of the three is the GT 340 with its 96 processing cores. It holds either 512MB or 1GB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 1,700MHz with a 128-bit interface. Connections include DVI, VGA and HDMI.

The GeForce 330 is more confusing, as it will either have 96 or 112 processing cores and either a 128-bit, 192-bit or 256-bit memory interface for as much as 2GB of RAM. The clock speeds for the GPU, shaders and memory range from 500MHz, 1,250MHz and 500MHz, to 550, 1,340 and 800, respectively.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 300

The GeForce GT 320 ships with 72 processing cores and is rated at 540MHz, 1,300MHz and 790Mhz for CPU, shader and its 1GB of RAM, respectively.

Exactly which systems these cards will ship in is unknown, as are the prices, which aren't applicable as they will be built into the cost of the host system itself.

Source: electronista

Tags: GPU, NVIDIA

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