Point of View video card manufacturer has decided to make sure its new Nvidia GeForce GT 640 video card is clearly faster than AMD’s upcoming desktop Trinity APUs and is now presenting a pre-overclocked model.
Many were wondering why would Nvidia make GPUs that are less potent than AMD’s Trinity iGPU. The thing is that not all applications give AMD’s APU as the winner when pitting it against the GT 620, GT 630 or GT 640. More importantly, about 80% of the desktop computer systems in the world today are using Intel CPUs and we all know how badly Intel’s iGPUs and IGPs perform. So the new single slot Nvidia GeForce GT 640 Ultra Charged video card by Point of View has a huge potential market to address and to make sure it will distinguish its product from anything similar, POV had a new PCB and higher frequencies.
As reported by Fudzilla, The PCB is only 15 centimeters long and the default 901MHz / 1782MHz GPU/memory frequencies have been increased to an impressive 1006MHz / 2020MHz. Despite this considerable frequency increase, the single slot Nvidia GeForce GT 640 Ultra Charged video card by Point of View comes with a simple 60 millimeters cooing fan.
|POV Nvidia GeForce GT 640 Ultra Charged Video Card|
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