While everyone's attention is focused on Fermi -- Nvidia's next-gen architecture slated to ship on March 26th -- the graphics chip maker has quietly slipped a handful of entry-level GeForce 300 series videocards into its OEM lineup.
News and rumor site Fudzilla reckons these will likely be rebranded parts based on the company's GT21x 40nm family, starting with the GeForce GT 320 . This card will come equipped with 72 processing cores with the GPU, Shaders, and 1GB of memory clocked at 540MHz, 1302MHz, and 790MHz, respectively.
Sitting one step up on the totem pole is the GeForce 330 . According to Nvidia's product page, you can expect this one to ship with 96 or 112 processing cores. Nvidia also specs this one with a 128-bit, 192-bit, or 256-bit memory bus interface.
Finally there's the GT 340 with 96 processing cores. The GPU will come clocked at 550MHz, Shaders at 1340MHz, and either 512MB or 1GB of GDDR3 memory at 1700MHz. Look for this one to also come with an HDMI port.
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