Wednesday, June 6th 2012

Point of View Announces its GeForce GT 640 Multimedia Graphics Card

Point of View, a premier NVIDIA graphics partner and manufacturer of Android tablets, notebooks and other hardware, launches today the GeForce 600-series all-rounder card; the POV GeForce GT 640.

GeForce GT 640 is specifically designed as an energy efficient and cool graphics processor. Developed on a 28nm die-size, the renowned Kepler architecture uses the new SMX steaming multiprocessor technology to not only offer the best performance but also the optimal performance per watt.
New features include NVIDIA Adaptive vSync, FXAA Anti-aliasing and a NVIDIA Surround Technology; great feature that allows up to three displays to be connected simultaneously. Furthermore, the graphics card has three graphics outputs, Dual Link DVI, HDMI and VGA.
This new GPU architecture works with either 1024 MB or 2048 MB of DDR3 graphics memory and contains 384 shader processors.

Enable excellent graphics performance and boost video playback, image quality and application and gaming performance on your PC’s.

Compared to previous generation GeForce graphics cards, the GeForce GT 640 can offer an energy consumption drop up to 30% and compared to an average integrated graphics processor, you can expect a performance increase up to 9x.

The GeForce GT 640 ensures excellent performance for your HD videos and photos, immersive 3D movies, and entry level gaming.

Without further delay, let’s have a look at the specs of the GeForce GT 640:
  • Graphics Engine: GT 640 (28nm)
  • Interface: PCI-Express 3.0
  • Video memory : 1024 / 2048 MB DDR3
  • Graphics clock: 902 Mhz
  • Processor clock: 1803 Mhz
  • Memory clock: 1782 Mhz
  • CUDA cores: 384
  • Memory bus: 128 bit
  • DVI-I: 1x dual link
  • HDMI: 1x HDMI
  • VGA: 1x
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8 Comments on Point of View Announces its GeForce GT 640 Multimedia Graphics Card

Hallelujah, now my day is complete.
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OH, I have such a headache
Jizzler said:
Hallelujah, now my day is complete.
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I'm glad they finally got a energy efficient and cool 8800GT...
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This one will make a nice Physics card :cool:
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A physX card for only 109$? for all the PhysX games? count me in :D
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How well will this card run Diablo 3 @1920x1080?
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Are these specs for real? The card has hot clocks? 902 for graphics core and 1803 for processor
I thought NVIDIA rid itself from the hotclocks. Or am I missing something here
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In this cards the boost clock is not present.
Finaly a low cost card fron Nvidia that plain don't suck.But DDR3 ?....AMD cards will crush that version at any price point.Skip it for a DDR5
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