NVIDIA continues to rebrand 2xx-series up to 3xx-series

Today sees NVIDIA release three new OEM graphics cards ... although they're not really new cards at all.

Today sees NVIDIA release three new OEM graphics cards ... although they're not really new cards at all.

The three cards in question are the GeForce GT 340, GT 330 and GT 320. But let's take a closer look ...

The GT 340 has a GPU humming along at 500MHz, 96 stream processors, 512MB or 1GB of RAM clocked at 1,700MHz, and DirectX 10.1 support. That sounds familiar ... a lot like the GeForce GT 240.

Then there's the GT 330. A 550MHz GPU, 1GB or 2GB of either DDR2 or DDR3 RAM and either 96 or 112 processor cores clocked to a maximum of 1,340MHz. This card is similar to a GeForce 9600 GSO and GeForce 9800 GT.

Finally, the GT 320, a card that has a GPU running at 540MHz, 1GB of RAM running at 790MHz, 72 processor cores and DirectX 10.1 support. This doesn't correspond directly to any card, but it's still a mashup of 2xx-series technology.

(via Hexus)

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