Nvidia GF116S

Nvidia GF116S

Nvidia GF116S Chipset

The NVIDIA GF116S, also known as the GeForce GT 635M, was a graphics processing unit (GPU) designed for desktop computers. It was part of the Fermi architecture and released in 2011. Key features and specifications of the NVIDIA GF116S include:

  1. Core Count: The GF116S featured 144 CUDA cores, responsible for processing graphics and parallel computing tasks.

  2. Clock Speed: It typically operated at a base clock speed of 720 MHz.

  3. Memory: The GPU was equipped with 1GB or 2GB of GDDR5 memory, providing adequate memory for gaming and multimedia tasks.

  4. Performance: It offered decent gaming performance for its time, making it suitable for mid-range gaming and multimedia consumption.

  5. Connectivity: The GPU supported various display outputs, including DVI, HDMI, and VGA.

  6. TDP: The thermal design power (TDP) of the GF116S was around 75 watts.

While the NVIDIA GF116S is now considered outdated, it provided satisfactory performance for gaming and general graphics tasks during its era. Modern graphics cards have since evolved to deliver significantly higher performance and support for advanced features.