Palit Microsystems today announced the GeForce GT 710 series graphics card aimed at users who are currently relying only on integrated graphics.
The Palit GeForce GT 710 offers up to 10x faster performance in web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming, when compared to integrated graphics on most systems. The GT 710 is based on the 28nm GK208 silicon (Kepler) and features a total of 192 CUDA cores with 2 or 1GB GDDR3 memory on a 64-bit wide interface. The core has been clocked at 954MHz.
The card offers multiple video outputs such as Dual-link DVI, VGA, and an HDMI port. It also supports 4K monitors via the HDMI video output. Two different cooling solutions are on offer – the Palit GT 710 Heatsink solution that promises 0-dB PC environment, and the Palit GeForce GT 710 active fan cooler that is more desirable for smaller PCs. Palit GeForce GT 710 supports DirectX12 and PhysX technologies.