Monday, August 6th 2012

ELSA Announces GeForce GT 640 2 GB Graphics Card

ELSA announced a new 2 GB GeForce GT 640 graphics card in the full-height, single-slot form-factor (model: GD640-2GERGT). The card uses an aluminum fan-heatsink that stays within the confines of a single expansion card slot. The card sticks to NVIDIA reference clock-speeds for the GeForce GT 640, of 900 MHz core and 1.78 GHz memory. The card packs 2 GB of GDDR3 memory installed across a 128-bit wide memory interface. The 28 nm GK107 silicon packs 384 CUDA cores. The card draws power from the PCI-Express slot. Display outputs include two dual-link DVI and a mini-HDMI. It is slated for mid-August.
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9 Comments on ELSA Announces GeForce GT 640 2 GB Graphics Card

2GB of GDDR3!
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2 GB?!! LOL. That card can't even handle a 1 GB load in modern games, let alone 2.
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NHKS said:
2GB of GDDR3!
Do you smell it? its the smell of innocent people buying weak graphics cards for lots of money :D
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Trap everyone into thinking more is better. Typical marketing BS.
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A GTX620 with 4GB would be much better than this.
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noooooooooo!! a crappy card got crappier
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2gb seems reasonable to me, what i dont get is the mini hdmi
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In a near future we can get low end with 16gb that can offer ramdisk capabilities :laugh:
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