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Welcome back, 2013! Asus presents a "new" NVIDIA GeForce GT 710

The GeForce GT 710 returns! (Image source: Asus)
The GeForce GT 710 returns! (Image source: Asus)
NVIDIA originally launched the GeForce GT 700 series in 2013, but the Kepler architecture has returned seven years on. Released by Asus, the "new" GeForce GT 710 has 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, 192 CUDA cores, a 954 MHz base clock and four HDMI ports.

Asus has listed a "new" NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 on its website. Brought to our attention by Fanless Tech, the GPU was anything but powerful when it launched in 2016. Fast forward four years and the GT 710 is ancient. The older model remains popular on Amazon, though.

Based on the Kepler architecture, the GT 710 features 192 CUDA cores, 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM and a bandwidth of just 40 GB/s. The card has a 954 MHz base clock, too.

The passively cooled card also supports PCIe 2.0 x1 and has four HDMI ports. Fanless Tech notes that while the card can output in up to 4K across all HDMI ports, it can only do so at 60 Hz on one port. All other ports are limited to 30 Hz.

Asus is yet to announce pricing or availability. However, the "new" GeForce GT 710 should retail for around US$50.

(Image source: Asus)


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Alex Alderson, 2020-04-15 (Update: 2020-04-15)