The NVIDIA GeForce GT 440 was an entry-level graphics card from the Fermi architecture era, released in 2011. It featured 96 CUDA cores and came with 1GB or 1.5GB of GDDR5 memory. While not intended for high-end gaming, it provided decent performance for casual gaming at lower resolutions and was suitable for HD video playback and general computing tasks.
The GT 440 supported DirectX 11, enabling compatibility with contemporary games and applications. It offered various output options, including HDMI, DVI, and VGA, ensuring flexibility in connecting to different displays. However, it is now considered outdated, and more recent GPUs offer significantly improved performance for modern gaming and multimedia needs.