Inevitably you have understood from the title of this article that Nvidia is formalizing its GT 610, GT 620 and GT 630 entry-level cards and the waltz continues as the renaming of these three references have nothing do with Kepler, nor even remotely as we are entitled to the Fermi once again…
To make it simple, because in the end there’s no need to detail this new range, the GT 610 is a renamed GT 520 (thus with a GPU GF119) while the GT 620 and GT 630 are the well known GT 430 and GT 440 (with GF108 GPU). The GT 620 is paid for the luxury of being a “sub GT 430″ because the GT 430 is officially in 128-bit memory bus, the GT 620 is available in 64-bit… so take your conclusions.
|GT 610||GT 620||GT 630|
|RAM||1GB DDR3||1GB GDDR3||1GB DDR3 / GDDR5|
|Memory Interface Width||64-bit||64-bit||128-bit|
|RAM Clock||900MHz||900MHz||900MHz / 1600MHz|
|Max Power consumption||29W||49W||65W|