NVIDIA Releases GeForce GT 620 and GeForce 605

Published: Apr 4th 2012, 16:57 GMT

GeForce GT 620 (OEM) - GeForce
It appears that the next graphics cards from 600 Series are refreshed Fermi chips. NVIDIA decided to release GeForce GT 520 as a ‘brand new’ GT 620 but additionally slicing its memory size by half. Secondly, by reviving old chap GT 510 NVIDIA prepared GeForce 605 (without any prefixes). Both cards are intended for OEM markets only.

NVIDIA says that GeForce GT 620 can increase multimedia performance twice in comparison to Intel HD 2500 graphics chip. Since this is only a replacement for integrated graphics cards it’s devoted for multimedia and business operations. It will accelerate web-browsing, Beauty Box for Adobe Photoshop and Nik Silver EFX Pro 2. So far so good. NVIDIA also promises that this card will guarantee full DirectX 11 experience in Diablo 3, but who can verify this since there is no such game yet?

Moving forward to ethusiast-segment, well I meant mainstream segment of course, with GeForce 605. Well looking at specifications we find only one detail worth of attention – this card can consume up to 25 Watts, which is the maximum power draw.

Both cards look exactly the same.


GeForce GT 620GeForce 605
CUDA Cores:4848
Core Clock:810 MHz523 MHz
Shaders Clock:1620 MHz1046 MHz
Memory Clock:898 MHz898 MHz
Memory Size:512 / 1024 MB512 / 1024 MB
Memory Interface:GDDR3 64-bitGDDR3 64-bit
Memory Bandwidth:14.414.4
Bus Support:PCI Express 2.0PCI Express 2.0
Open GL:4.24.2
Maximum Digital Resolution:2560×16002560×1600
Maximum VGA Resolution:2048×15362048×1536
HDCP and HDMI Support:YesYes
Display Connectors:DSUB, HDMI, DVI-IDSUB, HDMI, DVI-I
Length:5.7 inches5.7 inches
Height:2.7 inches2.7 inches
Width:Single slotSingle slot
Maximum GPU Temperature102 (C)102 (C)
Maximum Power Draw30 W25 W
3D Vision ReadyYesYes

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