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Published on May 29th, 2014 | by Genevieve Mc Bride

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GALAXY LAUNCHES THE GT 740 GC SLIM WITH UP TO 2GB GDDR5

Galaxy Microsystems, a leading graphics cards manufacturer, announced today the Galaxy GeForce GT 740 GC Slim with factory overclocked core and a myriad of Galaxy improvements making it the new definitive choice for the best gaming under a hundred dollars.  Galaxy’s GT 740 GC Slim is available in 1GB and 2GB configurations at launch, and both feature high speed GDDR5 memory, a performance luxury rarely seen in mainstream GT series graphic cards up until now.

 

Galaxy’s award-winning compact cooler and half-height PCB combo returns for an encore on the GT 740 GC Slim after having been met with overwhelming popularity on the Galaxy GTX 750 Ti GC Slim launched just this March.  Users can expect cooler GPU temps and drastically reduced fan noise as a result, and the GT 740 GC Slim’s uniquely miniscule size and low power requirements make it an easy upgrade choice for smaller or less powerful machines. The GT 740 GPU features support for the newest DirectX 12 API and OpenGL 4.4, and users can connect up to 3 simultaneous displays on a single card with NVIDIA Surround.

 

The Galaxy GT 740 GC Slim is available direct from Galaxy today in both 1GB and 2GB GDDR5 versions at http://store.galaxytechus.com.  For a limited time only, Galaxy will be including a free set of low profile brackets with each GT 740 GC Slim purchased at the online store.

About Galaxy Microsystems, Ltd.Founded in 1994, Galaxy has grown exponentially in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, China and Europe. After years of private labeling for many tier one brands in the US; in 2007 Galaxy entered the US etail and channel market. As consumer demand increased Galaxy entered the retail space in 2009 to help further distribute their aggressively priced high quality cards. Galaxy offers toll free 24/7 US tech support and 3 year extended warranty. For further information about Galaxy, visit http://www.galaxytechus.com

 


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