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What is the difference between NVIDIA GT and GTX?

Asked by Isa , Last updated: Jul 28, 2020

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy
M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Jul 27, 2020

NVIDIA is a company that produces graphic cards, which are used in video games to increase the quality of the graphics. The latest version of the graphic card is the GeForce 8 series. It supports PCI- Express 2.0 as the first graphics card that offers the 65nm process.

The processing power of GT contains a 128 stream processor, and it also contains a 265-bit memory interface and 512 MB of GDDR3 memory. The GT contains a single slot cooler.

The GTX does not have to disable parts of GPU or a reduced RAM size, which makes the cost of production low. It comes with a 768 MB GDDR3 RAM. It has the fastest largest commercial GPU constructed. It consists of 681 million transmitters. The GTX has a double slot cooler.

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I. Woods

I. Woods

I. Woods
I. Woods

Answered Jun 18, 2020

GT and GTX are known to be graphic cards. These are high-performance cards that will allow you to play certain games depending on what your type is. GT is known to be the type of entry-level card that can be used for the different home theatre systems and so much more.

This can be used for some light games that you may want to play such as Minecraft. League of Legends is also another game that can be played well with the use of GT. If you would like to use GTX, this is something that you can use for some hardcore gaming.

For example, you would like to play GTA 5. You can expect that GTX can be very effective for various needs.

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