Gigabyte GeForce GT 730 Fan Cooled Graphics Card - 2GB
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Using high quality components on graphics cards is the key factor for having a long lasting, stable and reliable product. GIGABYTE is again setting a new standard by using Ferrite Core Chokes, Low RDS (on) MOSFET and Lower ESR Solid Capacitors, providing the stability and reliability from their high-end graphics solution. In addition, GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 2 Edition graphics cards now feature a sophisticated layout topology. This state-of-the-art power design from GIGABYTE delivers the ideal integration of thermal, electric characteristics, digital signals, power circuitry and optimum placement of components for enhanced graphics performance.
GIGABYTE custom-designed 10cm cooler
As opposed to the stereotype, GIGABYTE is able to maximize fan size to 10cm with the latest cooling design. With a 10cm fan, the card is virtually silent that its noise level runs much lower
OC GURU II
Brand-new instinctive user interface, easier to monitoring and adjusting all important settings. Users can set up MONITORING, GPU CLOCK, MEMORY CLOCK,FAN, OSD, ONLINE SUPPORT and update driver, BIOS directly.
Features • Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 GPU
• Integrated with the first 2048MB GDDR5 memory and 64-bit memory interface
• Core Clock: 902 MHz
• Features Dual-Link DVI-D / HDMI / D-Sub
• Support PCI Express 2.0 x8 bus interface
|Chipset||GeForce GT 730|
|Core Clock||902 MHz|
|Memory Clock||5000 MHz|
|Memory Bus||64 Bit|
|Cooling Solution||Single Fan (1)|
|Interface||PCIe 2.0 (x16)|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||4096x2160|
|Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution||2048x1536|
|Max. Concurrent Displays||3 Displays|
|NVIDIA SLI Support|
|GeForce GTX VR Ready||No|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Low Profile Compatible||No|
|Low Profile Support||N/A|
|Graphics Card TDP/Power||23W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature||98 °C|
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