NVIDIA GeForce GT 740 reference board
Yesterday, NVIDIA launched its ultra high end gaming card, the GTX TITAN Z, and today, NVIDIA introduces another Kepler-based card but in an entry level product (sub $100 market): the GeForce GT 740. This GT 740 is available in two versions: one with DDR3 memory and the other one with GDDR5 memory.
GeForce GT 740 specifications
- GPU: Kepler GK107 @ 993MHz base clock
- CUDA cores: 384 (2 SMX)
- Texture units: 32
- ROPs: 16
- Memory: 1GB GDDR5 @ 5000MHz OR 2GB DDR3 @ 1800MHz – 128-bit memory bus width
- TDP: 64W
5 thoughts on “NVIDIA GeForce GT 740 Launched”
I don’t understand for what if there is Maxwell 750 already, more powerful less power consumption.
30 of this are more Powerful then the Titan Z but cost only 2400 money !!!!!!!!11111
Must be for some very low-end rigs.
For reference: german discounter ALDI sells the cheapest Medion OEM PC for 399 Euro, which includes a GTX 745 Maxwell.
Here’s a linecard for GT 740
To distract from the DX 11.2 discussion, every recent GPU is tagged DX 12 capable 😛
what is the point in releasing so many models.
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