Palit GeForce GT 710 Graphics Card Offers 10x Faster PC Experience than Integrated Graphics
Palit Microsystems, the leading graphics card manufacturer, has unveiled their latest GeForce GT graphics card, the Palit GeForce GT 710 series. The card is aimed at users who rely only on integrated graphics as it offers up to 10 times faster performance in web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming, when compared to IGPs on most systems.
Based on the 28nm GK208 silicon, the Palit GeForce GT 710 features a total of 192 CUDA cores, and a 64-bit wide DDR3 memory interface, holding 2GB or 1GB of memory – which is superior to integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications. With core clock speeds of 954MHz, the GeForce GT 710 promises to deliver ultra low power and smooth gaming experience.
The Palit GeForce GT 710 series features multiple video outputs including Dual-link DVI, VGA, and an HDMI port. These ports come with 3 multi displays support as well as support 4K resolution monitors.
Additionally, Palit has integrated two different cooling solutions: the Palit GT 710 Heatsink solution that offers 0-dB PC environment, and the Palit GeForce GT 710 active fan cooler that is more desirable for smaller PCs. The graphics card also supports DirectX12 and PhysX technologies.
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