Thursday, February 3rd 2011

GIGABYTE Launches New Mainstream NVIDIA GeForce GT 440 Series Graphics Cards

GIGABYTE Technology Co. LTD., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is pleased to launch the latest GeForce GT 440 series graphics cards, GV-N440TC-1GI and GV-N440D3-1GI.

Compared to the previous generation, the latest NVIDIA GT 440 GPU has up to 30% better performance. It also supports DirectX 11 tessellation. GIGABYTE GT 440 series graphics cards also have higher default GPU working frequency, offering users amazing gaming experience.

GIGABYTE GT 440 series graphics cards feature GIGABYTE’s custom-designed 80mm cooler, with air flow optimized cover and aluminum base. The cooler can dissipate heat effectively from the GPU while keeping the fan at lower speed and noise.

GV-N440D3-1GI is integrated with industry’s best 1 GB DDR3 graphics memory while GV-N440TC-1GI is integrated with high speed 512 MB GDDR5 graphics memory, turbo cached to 1 GB. GT 440 series graphics cards support NVIDIA CUDA,PhysX and Blu-Ray 3D technology, which are designed for both high quality gaming and great home theater solutions.
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7 Comments on GIGABYTE Launches New Mainstream NVIDIA GeForce GT 440 Series Graphics Cards

#1
Over_Lord
News Editor
"30% faster than previous generation"

This is sarcasm right?? This card IS PREVIOUS GENERATION
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#2
[H]@RD5TUFF
Gigabyte needs to work on being more truthful in it's advertising.
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#3
AndreiD
I like that my GTX260 (3 generations old? :eek:) is still in the mainstream performance area :nutkick:
Yeah... progress!
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#4

This card reminded me of nvidia Geforce MX 440.....
#5
u2konline
by: AndreiD
I like that my GTX260 (3 generations old? :eek:) is still in the mainstream performance area :nutkick:
Yeah... progress!
My 9800GT can run the latest games perfectly, so yea your gtx 260 is mainstream performance area. Are you saying older cards can't run the latest games, because that is not true.
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#6
hat
Maximum Overclocker
I still consider the GTX260 high end. When I think of mainstream, I think onboard graphics, or some ancient POS like the 6200LE I keep seeing in B&M stores all over for $100.
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#7
Spectrobozo
GTX 260?

this thing is slower than a 8800GTS (640/320mb) based on the g80 from 2006, slower than a 9600GT...
poor gf108... only 4ROPs and 16TMUs...

really exciting an overclocked GT 430 :ohwell:
the OEM GT 440 is a much better card (based on gf106)
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