Add-in card partners announce NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 wares


Add-in card partners announce NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 wares

NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 graphics card (Image source: NVIDIA)

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 graphics card has the GK208 GPU at its heart, and the chip features 28nm-based Kepler architecture. It has 192 CUDA cores, paired with 1GB of DDR3 video memory over a 64-bit interface. Another variant has 2GB of GDDR5 video memory. The GPU operates at the default base clock speed of 797MHz; while the DDR3 memory modules are rated at 900MHz, and the GDDR5 ones are rated at 1250MHz. The TDP of the board is a low 25W. Do take note the GeForce GT 720 card supports PCIe 2.0 bus architecture.

Palit GeForce GT 720 (NEAT7200HD06-2080H) (Image source: Palit)Palit GeForce GT 720 (NEAT7200HD06-2080H) (Image source: Palit)

Palit has released two NVIDIA GeForce GT 720 cards and both feature 1GB of DDR3 graphics memory. The first card is a two-slot component (P/N: NEAT7200HD06-2080H) with a passive cooling system. The other card (P/N: NEAT7200HD06-2080F) has an active cooling system and only occupies one slot when installed. The cards’ memory modules have been downclocked to 800MHz, and both of their rated TDP are the same, a low of 19W.

EVGA GeForce GT 720 1GB. (Image source: EVGA) EVGA GeForce GT 720 1GB. (Image source: EVGA)

Like Palit, EVGA has also released two GeForce GT 720 graphics cards. Both of them are dual-slot components, with passive cooling systems. The only difference is the size of their DDR3 video memory. One of them features 1GB of video memory; while the other has doubled the size. However, unlike their Palit counterparts, the memory modules are rated to operate at the default speed of 900MHz; while their GPUs also operate at stock clock speed of 797MHz. For more information on their specifications, please visit their respective product pages.

(Source: NVIDIA, Palit, EVGA)

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