NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 low-end cards hit the market

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 26 2016 @ 18:36 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
I'm not sure what the target market for these ultra-low end cards is but it seems several of NVIDIA's add-in board partners just rolled out GeForce GT 710 video cards. Based on the aging 28nm GK208 GPU, these cards feature 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 memory and come with or without active cooling.

EVGA sells six different variants; three 1GB models and three 2GB versions. The main differentiation is the cooling solution (active or passive) and the form factor of the card, there are full-height models, low-profile versions and single/dual-slot variants.

Pricing ranges from $42.99 to $49.99, hardly worth the trouble if you have a CPU with integrated graphics.

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