NVIDIA just announced their newest GPU the NVIDIA GeForce 310 an entry level graphics processor that replaces the users standard integrated graphics card.
The GeForce 310 offers a 589MHz processor with 512MB DDR2 Memory at 500MHz, while also featuring DisplayPort, DVI and a VGA port, two of which can be converted with a simple adapter to HDMI outputs.
While the card is able to push out enough power for hardware accelerated 1080p high def video, it’s probably not going to be enough for discerning PC gamers looking for a powerful solution for their gaming needs.
No word yet on pricing or availability for the new chipset. [Electronista]