The NVIDIA GeForce GT 340 is a desktop graphics card released by NVIDIA as part of their GeForce 300 Series. It is positioned as an entry-level to mid-range graphics card with basic gaming and multimedia capabilities.
The GeForce GT 340 features dedicated video memory, typically ranging from 512MB to 1GB, and supports DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1. While it may not offer high-end gaming performance, it is capable of running older or less demanding games at moderate settings and resolutions.
The graphics card supports multiple display outputs, including DVI, HDMI, and VGA, enabling connectivity to a wide range of monitors and displays. It can handle HD video playback and supports hardware acceleration for video decoding and encoding.
The GeForce GT 340 is often used in budget-friendly desktop systems or as an upgrade option for users looking to improve their graphics performance compared to integrated graphics solutions. It provides a decent level of graphical performance for everyday tasks, multimedia consumption, and casual gaming.