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Thursday, November 26, 2009
Nvidia Releases The GeForce 310 Graphics Card


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.





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