Palit rolls out three new GeForce graphics cards

The Taiwanese Palit has presented three new graphics cards on the market – the GeForce GT 630, GT 620 and GT 610.

All three cards are based on the GF108 graphics core that uses the Fermi achitecture and are designed to serve best in home media centers. The novelties can also be used to decode sound in the TrueHD and DTS-HD formats as well as HD video.

The new Palit cards also feature NVIDIA’s 3D Vision and DirectX 11 Done Right technologies, as well as Shader Model 5.0, PhysX, PureVideo HD, FXAA and Blue-Ray 3D. In the back users will also find Dual-link DVI, VGA and HDMI video outputs.

Palit GeForce series

Based on PCI-E 2.0 technology the novelties are also fully compatible with motherboards that use the previous PCI-E generation.


Source: Bjorn3D.com

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