GeForce 410M 1GB Review
GeForce 410M 1GB is a variant of the entry level GeForce 410M.
Based on the Fermi GF119 Core, offers 64 CUDA Cores and supports standard DDR3 memory type. It's similar in every way to the entry-level GeForce GT 520M, but lower clocked.
Its gaming performance is very limited and below today's most powerful integrated graphics (e.g. Intel HD 4000), meaning consumers will be better off with the default GPU that comes with today's modern Ivy Bridge CPUs, as they offer better performance, with low power consumption and at no extra cost (theoretically).
It's worth mentioning the 1GB frame buffer is a gimmick, bottlenecked by the small bandwidth and low processing power of the chip.
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