ZOTAC GeForce GT 610, GT 620, GT 630 series cards have a wide combination of configurations. Options for on-board memory range from 512 MB to 4GB of memory options for PCI Interfaces, PCI Express X1, and PCI Express 2.0 x16. With this many options, ZOTAC is aiming to bring their products to the casual computer users to the hardcore gamers. Diving deeper into these graphic cards, we can take a quick glance at the specifications: First off, with the GeForce GT 610 series of graphic cards you are going to be getting 48-processing cores. There will be options for 512 MB, 1GB, or 2GB memory configuration and a 64-bit memory interface. As for the GeForce 620 series of graphic cards you are going to get more power with a 96-processor cores. As with the GeForce GT 510, this line still remains the same in memory configurations with your choice of 1GB or 2GB, and your memory interface also remains at a 64-bit memory interface.
With the highest end card in this new series, gamers will be offered a lot of extras that will bring people to pine for the GeForce 630 series card. This graphics card is going to offer 96-processor cores and 1GB, 2GB and 4GB memory configurations. It is also going to offer a higher end memory interface with a 128-Bit memory interface. But the entire GeForce 600 GT series is going to offer a lot more, as they are all going to offer NVIDIA 3D Vision capability and NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync. They are going to offer DirectX 11 technology and Shader Model 5.0. They are going to be OpenGL 4.2 Compatible and Blu-Ray 3D ready. Finally, they are also going to be Hardware-accelerated Full HD video playback and Loss-less audio bit stream capability. Marketing director for ZOTAC International, Carsten Berger said, “By installing one of our ZOTAC GeForce GT 610, GT 620, or GT 630 series graphics cards, users can experience faster video and image processing and perfect high-definition video playback with a simple upgrade.” From the announcement, it seems that ZTOAC is offering all these features without the pricing of the 680 series of GeForce graphic cards. With the high demand of powerful yet affordable graphic card ever increasing, these cards look like they could be exactly what gamers on a budget needed.