According to Nvidia, the new Geforce GT 710 is not only up to 10 times faster than "most integrated graphics solutions" but it is also around 70 percent faster than the previous generation, GT 610, and also offers multi-monitor support for up to three HD displays.
The Geforce GT 710 is based on an older Kepler GPU with 192 CUDA cores and will be available with either 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 memory paired up with a 64-bit memory interface. It is obvious that this is a significant boost from 64 CUDA cores on the GT 610. The GPU on the GT 710 is clocked at 954MHz while memory will be clocked at up to 1800MHz.
As expected, the Geforce GT 710 does not need a PCI-Express power connector, which means that its TDP is lower than 75W it draws from the PCI-Express slot. To be precise and according to Nvidia's specification page, the TDP of the GT 710 is set at 19W. EVGA is a bit more precise as the TDP listed at EVGA's specification page is set at 25W.
Following Nvidia's launch of the new Geforce GT 710, EVGA has prepared a full lineup with a total of three different graphics cards, all available with either 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 memory. The lineup includes a single slot GT 710 with dual DVI outputs; single slot, low profile GT 710; and dual slot, low profile passive Geforce GT 710.
While Nvidia did not announce any details regarding the price, EVGA's lineup goes for around US $49.99 for the 2GB version and US $42.99 for the 1GB version.