Thursday, May 29th 2014

Point of View Launches its GeForce GT 740

Point of View, a premier NVIDIA graphics partner and manufacturer of Android tablets, notebooks and other hardware, launches today the newest cards of the GeForce 700 family: the POV GeForce GT 740. The GT 740 is all about balance. With their excellent performance, broad feature set and very interesting price level, this card is the perfect choice to boost your entire PC performance. Did you know that compared to integrated graphics solutions, the GeForce GT 740 can offer a 10X faster video editing, 13X faster photo editing, and 9X faster web browsing? Another big plus is that video graphics cards with NVIDIA GeForce technology can benefit from GeForce Experience. This platform allows you to automatically get the latest drivers and optimize game settings with a single click.

From a technical standpoint the card is specifically designed as an energy efficient and cool graphics processor. The driving GPU is developed on a 28nm process and contains the renowned SMX steaming multiprocessor technology. This does not only offer an amazing performance but also an optimal performance per watt!

The GeForce GT 740 offers DirectX 12 support (feature level 11_0) as well as other specific GeForce 700 series features such as FXAA and TXAA anti-aliasing technologies and Adaptive V-sync. Of course, PhysX, PureVideo HD and CUDA with OpenCL are also present.
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3 Comments on Point of View Launches its GeForce GT 740

#1
Wastedslayer
9X faster web browsing?
I love the ? at the end of this sentence. The same thought occurred to me when I read it.
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blobster21
Did you know that the sentences starting with the words "Did you know" usually end with a question mark ?

Anyway it's P.R, enough said.
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Sony Xperia S
by: blobster21
Did you know that the sentences starting with the words "Did you know" usually end with a question mark ?

Anyway it's P.R, enough said.
Sorry but I still don't see where it is written which "integrated graphics solutions" they use in their comparisons.

I think it is just either solutions from year 2005 or their "PR" is simply a damn lie which should be punished even in the court.

Enough with damn lack of fairplay from the ugly company.
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