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EVGA outs GeForce GT 545 for retail market

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 545, originally an OEM card, has hit the retail market thanks to EVGA. The EVGA GeForce GT 545 is based on the GF116 GPU and has been paired with 1.5GB of GDDR3 memory running on a 192-bit bus. 2-way NVIDIA SLI is supported and the card does not require additional power.

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 545, originally an OEM card, has hit the retail market thanks to EVGA. The EVGA GeForce GT 545 is based on the GF116 GPU, which is also the chip powering the faster GeForce GTX 550 Ti.

A fully-enabled GF116 has 192 CUDA cores, 32 texture units and 24 ROPs. For the GeForce GT 545, some portions of the GPU have been disabled, leaving it with 144 CUDA cores and 24 texture units. The number of ROPs and memory bus depends on the memory type used on the GT 545. There are 24 ROPs and a 192-bit memory bus if GDDR3 memory is used, and 16 ROPs and a 128-bit memory bus if GDDR5 memory is used.

As for the EVGA card, the company has decided to go with 1.5GB of GDDR3 memory, hence its GeForce GT 545 has 24 ROPs and a 192-bit memory bus. The graphics core clock and memory clock are 720MHz and 1800MHz respectively, similar to reference operating frequencies for the GDDR3-equipped variant. 2-way NVIDIA SLI is supported and the card does not require additional power (connectors).

For more information about the EVGA GeForce GT 545, do check out the product page here.

 

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