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NVIDIA GT640 lineup leaked

Posted on Thursday, May 31 2012 @ 17:56:26 CEST by


KitGuru received leaked details about NVIDIA's GeForce GT 640, an upcoming line of budget cards that's expected to launch next week. Full details over here.
Entry Level GT 640
This will come with low cost/low performance 128-bit memory interface with 1 or 2GB of DDR3 and a core clock speed around 797MHz. The fact that this is a low profile card will come as good news to some.

Mid Level GT 640
Increasing the memory interface to 192-bit will help get more performance, but the clock on the GPU itself has been dropped to 720MHz. That said, it could be that the 1.5GB to 3GB memory options will make this an attractive choice for people are easily fooled into thinking that the bigger the RAM, the bigger the performance.

Top Shelf GT 640
In the ‘as good as it gets’ zone, Bryan Del Rizzo has been working hard on a blend of seasonings that will appeal to all KFC (Kepler Followers Club) lovers. Only a 128-bit memory interface, but at least it will be GDDR5. Also, there are 384 CUDA cores and the core clock has been ramped right up to 950MHz with a 1 or 2GB memory option.




 



 

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