Thursday, October 18th 2012

Galaxy Outs GeForce GT 610 MDT Graphics Card

Galaxy introduced a new GeForce GT 610 graphics card with its MDT multi-display connectivity, ideal for PCs with multiple high-resolution monitors for productivity. Just don't expect to game on it. The single-slot, full-height graphics card uses a fan-heatsink to cool the GPU and 1 GB of DDR3 memory. The GPU is wired to two IDT VMM1402 multi-display chips, which give out two DMS59 ports. Cables are included that convert each DMS59 to two DVI-I single-link, which supports digital resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200 pixels. The GPU is clocked at 810 MHz, CUDA cores at 1620 MHz, and memory at 1.00 GHz. Based on the 40 nm GF119 silicon, the GeForce GT 610 packs 48 CUDA cores, and a 64-bit wide memory interface. Pricing information was not released.
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18 Comments on Galaxy Outs GeForce GT 610 MDT Graphics Card

#1
[H]@RD5TUFF
It's pretty amazing how far the low end cards have come.
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#2
Ghost
Cheap alternative to Quadro NVS?
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#5
Isenstaedt
This is an HTPC card. I don't get those who say the 650 or the 7750 are HTPC cards.
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: Isenstaedt
This is an HTPC card. I don't get those who say the 650 or the 7750 are HTPC cards.
I like to be able to play games on my HTPC if the mood takes me.
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#7
t77snapshot
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
It's pretty amazing how far the low end cards have come.
True, but as long as they keep the prices low end too.
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[H]@RD5TUFF
by: t77snapshot
True, but as long as they keep the prices low end too.
true
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#9
Derek12
Maybe the next one after my GT 520, though I don't need so many outputs.

EDIT: Meh it's a rebranded GT 520 LOL.
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#10
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I want it just for the novelty of it.
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#12
3870x2
by: Supercrit
Gt 610, y u no passive?
Exactly what I was thinking. They are trying to keep the prices down, I don't see why they would need a fan.

┬┐No HDMI/DP? there goes your HTPC card.
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#14
james888
Just wait. Zotac will put a dual fan heatsink.
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#15
Ikaruga
by: Isenstaedt
This is an HTPC card. I don't get those who say the 650 or the 7750 are HTPC cards.
Because your HTPC is usually hooked up to your TV, which is mostly front of your bed or your sofa, and not at your battlestation.
You only need a wireless gamepad, and you are ready to have some fun on the big screen, and even first person shooters using fast engines (like Source, Unreal or the idtech5) will run fluid and smooth without problems.

I hope you "get" it now;)
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#16
xorbe
by: tacosRcool
No HDMI?!?! LAME
Can't you just passive dvi -> hdmi all those connections? Not sure if hdcp works that way though.
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#17
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
by: xorbe
Can't you just passive dvi -> hdmi all those connections? Not sure if hdcp works that way though.
Yes you can, as HDMI carries the same signalling - it's a superset of DVI.
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#18
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
Very nice. I would like to see this on something a little more powerful, like the 640 or 630.

4 displays = workstation card. Many developers and people who work in an office don't need powerful graphics but do enjoy having multiple displays. I would want something like this in my machine at work. Convincing my boss that I need another display in addition to the two I already have might be a tough sell though.
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