Nvidia today released the GeForce 310 graphics card for OEMs.
According to official data, the card has exactly the same specs and design with the already available GeForce 210.
As a low-end graphics solution, the GeForce 310 can be used
to enhance photos, edit videos, watch HD movies, play mainstream 3D games, or simply support the graphics of the Windows 7 Premium OS.
The card has 16 processing cores, the GPU core is clocked at 589MHz, it comes with 512 MB DDR2 (500MHz, 64-bit) and supports Nvidia's PureVideo and CUDA technologies, Microsoft DirectX 10.1 as well as OpenGL 3.1.
It is equipped with DVI, VGA and DisplayPort connectors, supports HDMI Via dongle (DVI-HDMI or DP-HDMI) and also has a internal Audio Input for HDMI.