NVIDIA debuts three budget-oriented video cards

NVIDIA debuts three budget-oriented video cards

After releasing the first Maxwell-based video cards a few weeks ago NVIDIA has expanded its product portfolio with three new OEM budget-oriented products – the GeForce GT 705, GT 710 and GT 720. The first two models are rebranded Fermi and Kepler models as they come with GF119 (Fermi) and GK208 (Kepler) GPU cores and are almost identical with the GeForce GT 620 and GeForce GT 630 graphics cards.

The “new” GeForce GT 705 comes with a 40 nm GF119 GPU core and offers 48 stream processors, 1 GB of DDR3 video memory and a 64-bit memory bus. The GPU core runs at 810 MHz, while the memory operates at 1796 MHz. The GT 705 boasts low TDP of just 29 watts which is definitely a plus.

The GeForce GT 710 comes with a 28 nm GK208 GPU and offers 192 stream processors, 512 MB of DDR3 memory, a 64-bit memory bus and 823 MHz for the core and 1800 MHz for the memory.

The fastest of the three is the GeForce GT 720 – it comes with a 28 nm GK208 core with 384 stream processors, 1 GB of DDR3 memory, a 64-bit memory bus and 902 MHz for the GPU and 1800 MHz for the memory.

So far NVIDIA has not provided any prices for its new products but given the tech specs the new GeForce cards should not be expensive at all.

Source: NVIDIA

After releasing the first Maxwell-based video cards a few weeks ago NVIDIA has expanded its product portfolio with three new OEM budget-oriented products – the GeForce GT 705, GT 710 and GT 720. The first two models are rebranded Fermi and Kepler models as they come with GF119 (Fermi) and GK208 (Kepler) GPU cores and are almost identical with the GeForce GT 620 and GeForce GT 630 graphics cards.

The “new” GeForce GT 705 comes with a 40 nm GF119 GPU core and offers 48 stream processors, 1 GB of DDR3 video memory and a 64-bit memory bus. The GPU core runs at 810 MHz, while the memory operates at 1796 MHz. The GT 705 boasts low TDP of just 29 watts which is definitely a plus.

The GeForce GT 710 comes with a 28 nm GK208 GPU and offers 192 stream processors, 512 MB of DDR3 memory, a 64-bit memory bus and 823 MHz for the core and 1800 MHz for the memory.

The fastest of the three is the GeForce GT 720 – it comes with a 28 nm GK208 core with 384 stream processors, 1 GB of DDR3 memory, a 64-bit memory bus and 902 MHz for the GPU and 1800 MHz for the memory.

So far NVIDIA has not provided any prices for its new products but given the tech specs the new GeForce cards should not be expensive at all.

Source: NVIDIA

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