EVGA GeForce G 210 Graphics Card - 1GB
1GB EVGA GeForce G 210 Low Profile, PCIe 2.0 (x16), 1200MHz GDDR3, 520MHz GPU, 16 Cores, HDMI/DVI-I DL/D-Sub(VGA)
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Whether you are doing video and photo editing, gaming, HD video Playback, or just looking for a premium Windows® 7 experiences, the EVGA GeForce® 210 brings incredible processing power, at an incredible price.
• DVI-I Output
• 2nd Generation Unified Shader Architecture
• NVIDIA® CUDA™ Support
• NVIDIA® PhysX™ Ready
• NVIDIA® PureVideo™ HD Technology
• OpenGL® 3.1 Support
• Windows XP™ Support
• Windows Vista / Windows 7/8™ Support
• DirectX 10.1 Features • 128-bit floating point High Dynamic-Range (HDR).
• GigaThread Technology.
• Microsoft DirectX® 10.1.
• NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology.
• NVIDIA Lumenex Engine.
• NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready.
• NVIDIA Quantum Effects.
• NVIDIA Turbocache.
• OpenGL 3.2.
• PureVideo HD.
• Shader Model 4.0.
• Two Low Profile Brackets Included for varying connectivity options
|Manufacturing process||40 nm|
|NVIDIA Tensor Cores|
|Core Clock||520 MHz|
|Memory Clock||1200 MHz|
|Memory Bus||64 Bit|
|Interface||PCIe 2.0 (x16)|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||2560x1600 (WQXGA)|
|Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution||2048x1536|
|Max. Concurrent Displays||2 Displays|
|Multi-Way Graphics Support|
|Real-Time Ray Tracing||No|
|GeForce GTX VR Ready||No|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Low Profile Compatible||Yes|
|Low Profile Support||Yes - Bracket Included|
|Graphics Card TDP/Power||30.5W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature|
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- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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