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Take advantage of discrete graphics in your PC with the EVGA GeForce 210 Graphics Card. Discrete graphics cards take the graphics processing load from the CPU and RAM, increasing computer speed and graphics performance. This GeForce GT 210 card features 1GB of DDR3 vRAM and a 520 MHz GPU core for graphics processing, allowing you to drive displays with a resolution of up to 2560 x 1600. Output options on the card include VGA, HDMI, and DVI-I DL to connect with both analog and digital monitors.
For cooling, this card uses a small active fansink cooler. This cooler uses and axial fan which pulls air in from the case and forces it through a heatsink, dissipating the heat from GPU chipset. Because it uses a fan, this cooling solution does not take up any extra space inside the tower case.
NVIDIA's parallel computing platform which enables an increase in computing performance by harnessing the parallel nature of GPU processing. CUDA compatible applications can assign intensive parallel computing tasks, such as real-time video rendering, to the GPU to process, freeing up the computer's CPU to run other tasks.
NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
Smooth video, accurate colors, precise image scaling, video decode acceleration, and post processing are all provided by the GeForce 210 for an immersive HD experience. This feature also offloads from the CPU to help reduce power consumption.
NVIDIA's hardware accelerated physics engine computes how objects move in space in real time. Having a physics engine precludes the need for programs to pre-animate rendered objects which can give an unrealistic "canned animation" feel. The PhysX engine also allows for designers to create more detailed objects, relying on the GPU's processing power rather than a bloated programming back end.