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The Ranking for nVIDIA cards goes as follows:
- G or GS - The standard video cards with core clocks that are not high and are made to keep a minimum performance.
- GT - Slightly higher core clocks and possibly more onboard memory than the GT, It is mainly a budget performance card.
- GTS - Includes possibly more onboard ram and higher than average core clocks possibly more pixel shaders or pipelines to increase performance.
- GTX - Has the most memory of the group and higher clocks than all previous also includes more pixel pipelines and usually outperforms the GTS by at least 10 - 15 percent.
|Prefix||Target||Number Range||Shader amount||Memory||Outputs||Example products|
|No prefix, G, or GT
||GeForce 210, GeForce GT 220, GeForce G 405, GeForce 430, GeForce GT 440
||Video Games, Multimedia
|GeForce GT 240, GeForce GTS 250, GeForce GTS 450
|(200 Series) GeForce GTX 260/275/280/285/295, (400 Series) GeForce GTX 460/465/470/480, (500 Series) GeForce GTX 550 Ti/560/560 Ti/570/580/590
Similar to the mobile GPUs, Nvidia also released a few GPUs in "small form factor" format, for use in all-in-one desktops. These GPUs are suffixed with an S, similar to the M used for mobile products.
Further Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce
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