Gigabyte GeForce GT 730 Passive Silent Graphics Card - 2GB
2GB Gigabyte GeForce GT 730 Silent, Single Slot, PCIe 2.0 (x16), 1800MHz GDDR3, GPU 902MHz, 384 Cores, LP, HDMI/DVI/VGA
GIGABYTE rewrites the history of silent cooling to perfect the thermal performance, introducing the exclusive passive thermal design. This stylish heatsink uses the natural air flow in the case to cool down and provides great gaming experience under silent 0dB environment.
• Ultra Cooling - Low RDS(on) MOSFET Design
• Low Power Loss - Ferrite Core Choke Design
• Longer Life - All-Solid Capacitor Design
Features • Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 GPU
• Integrated with the first 2048MB DDR3 memory and 64-bit memory interface
• Core Clock: 902MHz
• Features Dual-link DVI-D / D-Sub / HDMI
• Support PCI Express 2.0 x8 bus interface
|Chipset||GeForce GT 730|
|Manufacturing process||28 nm|
|NVIDIA Tensor Cores|
|Core Clock||902 MHz|
|Memory Clock||1800 MHz|
|Memory Bus||64 Bit|
|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||Yes|
|Low Profile Support||Yes - Bracket Included|
|Graphics Card TDP/Power|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature||98 °C|
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