NVIDIA launches GeForce GT adapters 340, GT 330 and GT 320 for OEM manufacturers

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

NVIDIA Corporation has decided to renew its line of GeForce 300, which includes models for OEM manufacturers of computer systems, three new products. New items were named GeForce GT 340, GT 330 and GT 320 and represent the solutions based on 40 nm chips GT21x (possibly, GT215), equipped with technology to support DirectX 10.1.

For example, the adapter GeForce GT 340 is essentially a renamed version of the model GeForce GT 240 and has 96 stream processors, 128-bit memory bus, plus 512 MB or 1 GB of memory GDDR3 (in various versions). The system interfaces GeForce GT 340 includes a video output D-Sub, DVI and HDMI, but clock speeds are equal to the accelerator 550, 1340 and 1700 MHz for the GPU, shader, and memory, respectively.

In turn, the video card GeForce GT 330 has received several modifications. It can be equipped with 96 or 112 processor cores and 128-bit, 192-bit or 256-bit memory bus means on board the accelerator can attend 1 or 2 GB. Clock speeds for the GPU, shader, and memory are 500-550/1250-1340/500-800 MHz, respectively, in different models.

Finally, the graphics accelerator GeForce GT 320 is on board the 72 stream processors, 1 GB of memory with 128-bit interface and video outputs D-Sub, DVI and HDMI. Frequency characteristics of video card are equal to 540, 1302 and 790 MHz for the GPU, shader, and memory, respectively.


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