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PNY Launches Its GeForce GT 740 Graphics Card

PNY Technologies, a leading manufacturer and supplier of upgrade, graphics and storage solutions, announces the launch of its GeForce GT 740 graphics card, offering consumers as significant performance boost for their PC at an excellent price/quality ratio.

The GeForce GT 740 is based on NVIDIA Kepler architecture and guarantees lightning-fast web browsing at 9X faster than integrated graphics. Photos and videos can also be edited at far greater speeds and enjoyed in HD resolution, while gamers will love the 4X faster performance which makes gameplay richer and smoother.

Inno3D Launches its GeForce GT 740 Series

Inno3D is excited to announce the new iChill & Inno3D GeForce GT 740. Go faster with GeForce GT 740 for increased productivity with the support for multiple monitors whilst experiencing faster multimedia with 13x faster photo editing and 10x faster video creation, and web browsing is now 9x faster. The GeForce GT 740 has a performance upgrade of 4x which is better for gaming compared to integrated graphics. The iChill and Inno3D GeForce GT 740 is a dedicated GPU for those that require more performance that can be gained from an IGP. Get theatre quality 3D movies by using the latest GeForce drivers with a 3D TV and watch Blu-Ray 3D in it's full glory.

ASUS Announces its GeForce GT 740 Series

ASUS launched a trio of GeForce GT 740 graphics cards, the GT740-2GD3, which sticks to reference clock speeds of 933 MHz core and 1750 MHz (DDR), featuring 2 GB of DDR3 memory; the GT740-1GD5, featuring factory-overclocked speeds of 1053 MHz, and an untouched 5.00 GHz GDDR5 memory clock; and its 2 GB variant, the GT740-2GD5. Based on the 28 nm GK107 silicon, the GeForce GT 740 offers 384 CUDA cores 32 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface. It's NVIDIA's bid to capture the sub-$100 market.

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.

Galaxy Launches a Low-profile, Overclocked GeForce GT 740

Galaxy launched one of the first few factory-overclocked, low-profile GeForce GT 740 graphics cards, the Galaxy GT 740 OC Slim 2GB. The card relies entirely on the PCI-Express 3.0 x16 bus for power, and features an aluminium fan-heatsink that, sadly, is thicker than one slot. The card offers a slight factory OC of 1058 MHz core (vs. 1006 MHz reference), while leaving the memory untouched at 5.00 GHz (GDDR5 effective). Based on the 28 nm GK107 silicon, the GT 740 offers 384 CUDA cores, 32 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and features a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. Galaxy's card offers a dual-link DVI, an HDMI 1.4a, and D-Sub. Low-profile brackets are included.

MSI Announces its GeForce GT 740 Series

MSI joined the GeForce GT 740 launch party with two cards, the N740-2GD5, which features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, and the N740-2GD3, which features 2 GB DDR3. Both cards are based on essentially the same board design, and offer NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 1006 MHz core. The N740-2GD5 features reference GDDR5 memory clocks of 5.00 GHz, while the N740-2GD3 offers 1782 MHz (DDR). Based on the 28 nm GK107 silicon, the GeForce GT 740 offers 384 CUDA cores, 32 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface.

KFA2 Launches the GeForce GT 740 OC Series

KFA2 (Galaxy Microsystems), a leading graphics cards manufacturer, announced today the new KFA2 GeForce GT 740 OC Series with a factory overclocked core and custom cooler design, available in 1 GB / 2 GB editions, featuring high speed GDDR5 memory, a performance luxury rarely seen in mainstream GT series graphic cards up until now.

KFA2's award-winning compact cooler and half-height PCB combo as featured on the previously released KFA2 GTX 750 OC series returns for an encore on the GT 740 OC editions. Users can expect cooler GPU temps and drastically reduced fan noise as a result, and the KFA2 GeForce GT 740 OC uniquely micro size and on-board power makes it an easy upgrade for smaller or less powerful machines.

Introducing the EVGA GeForce GT 740

Accelerate your entire PC experience with a new EVGA GeForce GT 740 graphics card. Enjoy all your videos and pictures at HD resolutions, with 10X faster video editing, 13X faster photo editing, and 9X faster web browsing compared to integrated graphics. Plus, experience 4X faster gaming performance that makes all your gameplay richer and smoother. You can even tap into GeForce Experience to automatically get the latest drivers and optimize game settings with a single click. The EVGA GeForce GT 740 is everything you love, a whole lot faster.

Palit Releases the GeForce GT 740 OC Edition

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, introduces a new GT 740 to 700 series line-up -- Palit GeForce GT 740 series. With FXAA, PhysX and the latest NVIDIA technologies support, Palit GeForce GT 740 enables to let graphics users to go faster and enjoy a premium PC experience.

Featuring 5 GHz for the 1 GB/2 GB GDDR5 frame buffer and added 65 MHz for core speed from 993 MHz to 1058 MHz, Palit GT 740 OC edition can boost gaming performance average 5% higher than non-OCed GT740, and furthermore, 4 times performance upgrade compared to the integrated GPU. Palit GT 740 allows you to enjoy lightning-speed, media rich web browsing, fast photo and video capabilities, and gaming that you just can't do on integrated graphics.

Gainward Announces its GeForce GT 740

As a world-renowned market leader, Gainward officially introduces Gainward GeForce GT 740 graphics accelerators for the performance VGA market. Gainward GeForce GT 740 powered by NVIDIA Kepler architecture and 28nm ASIC process-- offers low power and high performance that provides you smoother game and multimedia experiences while staying cool also saving power. The Gainward GeForce GT 740 series, with the full support of latest DirectX multimedia gaming standard and supplied with Gainward components for greatest stability, performs up to 35% performance enhanced than previous generation - GeForce GT 640.

Gainward GeForce GT 740 series leads by factory over-clocked - "Golden Samples" version and GDDR5 design with standard clock speed, as well as low-profile design - DDR3 version. All the design requires no external power connectors. It is the best solution for the person computer with limited system power budget to upgrade to GeForce GT graphics solution.

NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GT 740

NVIDIA announced its entry-level graphics card offering for the 700 series, the GeForce GTX 740. A rebadge of the GT 640, the card is based on the GK107 GPU, based on the "Kepler" micro-architecture. It features 384 CUDA cores, 32 TMUs, and 16 ROPs. Also featured is a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 1 GB of memory. 2 GB variants will also be available. The card has a TDP of just 64W, and should make do with slot-supplied power, although some variants with 2 GB or factory overclocks, should feature a 6-pin PCIe power input. NVIDIA hopes to capture the sub-$100 market with this card. It faces competition from integrated solutions such as AMD A-Series APUs, and Intel Iris Pro 5000 series.

ZOTAC Announces GeForce GT 740 Series

ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs, today announces the ZOTAC GeForce GT 740 series graphics cards, the perfect upgrade to accelerate visual computing experiences. The ZOTAC GeForce GT 740 series enhances video, images and gaming tasks with a performance boost to make everything a whole lot faster and smoother.

"Visuals are a main part of our computing needs and the ZOTAC GeForce GT 740 series is the perfect everyday graphics card," says Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International. "The ZOTAC GeForce GT 740 series accelerates your regular tasks such as image and video editing, web browsing, video transcoding and gives you enough of a performance kick for casual gaming."

Inno3D GeForce GT 740 iChill Pictured, Tested

Here are some of the first pictures of an Inno3D branded GeForce GT 740 graphics card, the GT 740 iChill. Based on a custom-design PCB, the card features a strong VRM (by GK107 requirements), which draws power from a 6-pin PCIe power connector. It features 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, across a 128-bit wide memory interface. Confirming that the GT 740 is based on the GK107, the marketing poster leaked to the web reads its ASIC string to be "GK107-425." It's configured with 384 CUDA cores, 32 TMUs, and 16 ROPs. The GPU is clocked at 1100 MHz (a factory-overclock), while the memory runs at 5.20 GHz (GDDR5-effective).

Cooling the 65W TDP GPU is a similarly overkill iChill HerculeZ 2000 cooler, designed in-house by Inno3D, which uses a dense aluminium fin-stack, to which heat drawn from the GPU, is fed by a pair of 8 mm-thick copper heat pipes, and ventilated by a pair of 100 mm fans. The cooler shroud on which the fans are suspended, can be detached, by simply removing six thumb-screws, letting you clean the heatsink underneath, which has been a USP of Inno3D's cooling solutions. Inno3D also put out its own performance numbers for the card, in which it claims the GT 740 iChill to be faster than previous generation GTX 650 (they're both based on the same chip).
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GeForce GT 740 Pictured, Arrives Later This Week

NVIDIA is planning to drag its entry-level GPU lineup through 2014 with the 'new' GeForce GT 740. Reports suggest that the card is a re-branding of the 28 nm GK107-based GeForce GT 640, with higher clock speeds. The chip will feature 384 CUDA cores, 32 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 1 GB of memory. Variants with 2 GB of memory will also be available. The card draws all its power from its PCI-Express 3.0 x16 bus interface, however some custom-designs could feature single 6-pin power connectors. NVIDIA AIC partners will have their custom-design cards out on day-one. Expreview revealed pictures of two such cards, by Galaxy and Gainward.

Source: Expreview
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