In what is a silent launch NVIDIA's board partners at Computex are showing the GeForce GT 640.The Kepler based product has 384 shader processors that clock in at 900 MHz (differs per board partner):
The proiduct is based on Kepler architecture and comes in 1GB and 2GB DDR3 memory models. These cards offer PCI Express 3.0 support, offering the highest data transfer speeds for the most bandwidth-hungry games and 3D applications.
Along with the Blu-Ray 3D support the GeForce GT 640 allows you to experience optimal 3D visuals at a full 1080p resolution in your home. With DX11 support, Palit GeForce GT 640 also upgrade the editing of your photos and HD videos, and level-up your web experience with the new generation of GPU-accelerated browsers which enables a faster loading time.
GeForce GT 640
384 processor cores
Engine clock: 900 MHz
2GB DDR3 memory
Memory clock: 1782 MHz
128-bit memory interface
DVI-I, DVI-D, and mini-HDMI outputs
PCI Express 3.0 interface
NVIDIA SMX architecture
NVIDIA Surround ready
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
DirectX 11 technology & Shader Model 5.0
OpenGL 4.2 compatible
Hardware-accelerated Full HD video playback
Blu-ray 3D ready
Loss-less audio bitstream capable
TrackMania 2 Canyon 3-Day Game Pass included
With the latest NVIDIA technologies including Adaptive Vertical Sync and FXAA technologies, Palit GeForce GT 640 can accelerate your desktop
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