Point of View
and its TGT overclocking and tuning team have just launched the Ultra Charged version of the GT 640 graphics card that features a high factory-overclock.
Based on Nvidia's 28nm GK107 Kepler GPU, it features 384 CUDA cores organized in 2 SMX clusters and paired up with a 128-bit memory interface. The reference design puts the GPU at 901MHz for the GPU and 1782MHz for either 1 or 2GB of DDR3 memory.
The POV/TGT GT 640 Ultra Charged on the other hand puts the GPU at an impressive 1006MHz while memory ends up factory overclocked to 2020MHz. The new GT 640 Ultra Charged graphics card still features a full height PCB and a single slot design.
The POV/TGT GT 640 Ultra Charged is, according to Point of View, available immediatelly with a suggested retail/e-tail price set at €115 incl. VAT.