Nvidia has just come out with the new GeForce 310 graphics card, an entry-level graphics solution that supports 64-bit systems, HD movies, and Windows 7’s graphics-heavy interface.
It effectively replaces the 210 along Nvidia’s budget line of graphics cards, and features 16 CUDA cores, a 589MHz graphics clock, and a 1402MHz processor clock. The GeForce 310 also comes with 512MBs of 500MHz GDDR2 memory and a 64-bit interface. Despite the entry-level niche, it should be a decent graphics solution for all-around PC use, with support Direct X 10.1 and OpenGL 3.1 for 3D gaming and apps, as well as Nvidia’s PureVideo and CUDA technology. DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort connections are present, and it’ll also connect to HD displays via HDMI (with an adapter).