Monday, January 25th 2016

Palit Announces its GeForce GT 710 Graphics Card

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, announced the latest GeForce GT graphics card, the Palit GeForce GT 710 series. To make your entire PC experience up to 10x faster than integrated graphics-including web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming.

The Palit GeForce GT 710 based on the 28nm GK208 silicon, the chip features 192 CUDA cores, and a 64-bit wide DDR3 memory interface, holding 2GB or 1GB of memory. It features core clock speeds of 954MHz. Based on Kepler architecture, Palit GeForce GT 710 offers ultra low power and great performance and features with 1GB/2GB of DDR3 memory that's superior to integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications. Take on modern games with advanced and reliable dedicated graphics. 80% faster performance than integrated graphics means a rich and smooth gaming experience.

Palit GeForce GT 710 series are equipped with variety of video outputs such as Dual-link DVI, VGA and HDMI which are suitable for all kinds of home theater display monitors and can support simultaneously 3 concurrent monitors. With HDMI video output, you can also enjoy the 4K resolution monitor visual effect.. Palit provides 2 thermal solutions, for users who eager to have 0-dB PC environment, can take Palit GT 710 Heatsink solution. Besides Heatstink, for some regions, users who want to have small slim one slot graphics card to fit in the small PC, Palit GeForce GT 710 active fan cooler can be the perfect choice to pick.

Palit GeForce GT 710 features:
  • 192 Kepler CUDA cores
  • 3 multi displays support
  • UHD (4K) support
  • DirectX 12 support
  • PhysX technology
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29 Comments on Palit Announces its GeForce GT 710 Graphics Card

#1
Toothless
Yes, 4k on this thing. I wanna see that.
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#2
xfia
Toothless said:
Yes, 4k on this thing. I wanna see that.[/QUOTE
I dont think anyone buying this going to expect such a thing for play BF4 but it can do 4k fine for multimedia and be much better than apu graphics
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#3
Musaab
This card small size and 4x PCIe tell me that we will see alot of these cards used as Physix cards.
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#4
HumanSmoke
Musaab said:
This card small size and 4x PCIe tell me that we will see alot of these cards used as Physix cards.
More like budget systems sold to the unsuspecting, and people upgrading their older existing machines because the onboard video out options are prehistoric.
I think you would need to have a very weak primary graphics card to consider a GK208 card for PhysX.
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#5
Toothless
Musaab said:
This card small size and 4x PCIe tell me that we will see alot of these cards used as Physix cards.
Do one uses that old, useless tech from NVIDIA anymore unless they're running 400-series GPUs and are too ignorant to see that like, 20 games support it.
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#6
nienorgt
btarunr said:
To make your entire PC experience up to 10x faster than integrated graphics-including web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming.
[...] that's superior to integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications. Take on modern games with advanced and reliable dedicated graphics.
80% faster performance than integrated graphics means a rich and smooth gaming experience.
Seriously Palit? SERIOUSLY?

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#7
hojnikb
Didn't 710GT came out like 2 years ago ?
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#8
RejZoR
Toothless said:
Yes, 4k on this thing. I wanna see that.
No one said "Superior 4K performance". They just say "4K support". Which you could basically get on S3 Savage3D. It would run like crap like on this card, but it is possible.

They probably try to assert that this is a graphic card for multimedia PC where you want to playback 4K video on it. I mean, it's passive = silence.
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#9
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
HumanSmoke said:
More like budget systems sold to the unsuspecting, and people upgrading their older existing machines because the onboard video out options are prehistoric.
I think you would need to have a very weak primary graphics card to consider a GK208 card for PhysX.
And for the upgraders a passive GT210 will be perfectly adequate - and it only costs half as much here - if all they are after is HDMI, and that is likely what they are after.
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#10
xorbe
4K would be for HTPC movie support, etc since it's also fanless (quiet). Obviously not gaming.
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#11
hojnikb
nienorgt said:
Seriously Palit? SERIOUSLY?


Not everyone has the latest i3/i5/i7 with HD530 you know....
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#12
silentbogo
Kinda late to the party. Looks exactly like a reference GT720.

Regarding performance: it is still not too bad. Tegra K1 devices can do a 4K playback, and they have the exact same GPU core.

What I don't understand is why? I'm pretty sure a price on it will be not much lower than the new revision of GT730.
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#13
las
xorbe said:
4K would be for HTPC movie support, etc since it's also fanless (quiet). Obviously not gaming.
Yeah, and they didnt even put HDMI 2.0 on it, so 30 Hz at UHD...

Useless card.

We need a 750 Ti replacement on Maxwell V2 with HDMI 2.0 and PCI-E powered only.
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#14
Parn
las said:
Yeah, and they didnt even put HDMI 2.0 on it, so 30 Hz at UHD...

Useless card.

We need a 750 Ti replacement on Maxwell V2 with HDMI 2.0 and PCI-E powered only.
I believe NV deem the GTX950 the replacement for the 750Ti even though the latter is a lot cheaper, so I doubt we will see another low-mid end card based on GM2xx.

This GT710 is barely faster than the GK20A found in Tegra K1 SoC. Maybe this is just another move to dump the old stock before Pascal arrives.
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#15
Musaab
If we ignore the three years old chip and talk about the card. I can say waaaawo this card is piece of work. In the time of three slot cards, tens of inches in length and beyond the height of expansion slots, three noisy fans and 375 w of power. This card is exactly as long as 4x PCIe and low profile slot , no fans, no power connectors, an as thick as less than single slot. This card will never ever ever ever break any records but it's fun to look at something so tiny from time to time.
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#16
Hrafn
Parn said:
I believe NV deem the GTX950 the replacement for the 750Ti even though the latter is a lot cheaper, so I doubt we will see another low-mid end card based on GM2xx.
A 90W "replacement" for a 60W card -- not exactly filling the original niche.
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#17
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Shame it's a Kepler GPU. If it was Maxwell I'd have got it just for the novelty of it.
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#18
silentbogo
qubit said:
Shame it's a Kepler GPU. If it was Maxwell I'd have got it just for the novelty of it.
Probably would be the same thing - 19W TDP, DX12 support on feature level 11_0.
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#19
micropage7
nienorgt said:
Seriously Palit? SERIOUSLY?


its just marketing words, they mean it 80% faster than IGP from 2000s era
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#20
Chaitanya
Since everyone is giving hard time to Palit regarding release of Gt710, please read this press release from nVidia. I am still wondering why didn't TPU cover this release and instead jump straight to product releases from partners.
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#21
puma99dk|
specs says interface pci-e x16 but i think they look more like x8 or x4 could be nice.
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#22
GhostRyder
Hmm, 4x slot size...This might be useful in one of my old servers.
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#23
puma99dk|
GhostRyder said:
Hmm, 4x slot size...This might be useful in one of my old servers.
I think it would be nice seeing some of these GT cards as a x4 or x8 option so it doesn't depend on x16 to work properly also could be nice with a lower GTX card like that so u can use ur PCI-E x16 slots for smth else while u can game too when IGP's ain't op for the tasks like physx delievery and more like AMD and Nvidia deliveres.
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#24
GreiverBlade
GhostRyder said:
Hmm, 4x slot size...This might be useful in one of my old servers.
i have a GT730 in 4x for my old SuperMicro H8DCP board ... altho she has 2x X4 2x X16 ... i could use my 8800 Ultra or my 3870 instead :laugh:
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#25
birdie
This is a disgrace.

Hopefully this card will be sold only through OEM channels because people just don't deserve to be sold such a "tech".
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