GeForce GT 430  / 1024MB DDR3 / DirectX 11 / CUDA / PhysX / GPU 700 MHz / OpenGL 4 / £ 50 @ CCL
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GeForce GT 430 / 1024MB DDR3 / DirectX 11 / CUDA / PhysX / GPU 700 MHz / OpenGL 4 / £ 50 @ CCL

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Found 8th Dec 2010
Features

* Microsoft DirectX 11 support
* Blue-Ray 3D Support
* Nvidia Geforce Drivers
* NVIDIA CUDA technology with CUDA C/C++,DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support
* NVIDIA PhysX technology
* Hardware Video Decode Acceleration
* TrueHD and DTS-HD Audio Bitstreaming Support
* PCI Express 2.0 support
* Dual-link DVI-I connector
* HDMI 1.4a connector
* Dual-link HDCP-Capable
* OpenGL 4.0 support

Specification
# Graphics Engine - GeForce GT430
# Bus Standard - PCI Express® 2.0
# Video Memory - 1GB DDR3
# Engine Clock - 700 MHz
# Memory Clock - 1600MHz (800MHz DDR3)
# Memory Interface - 128 bit
# DVI Max. Resolution - 2560 * 1600
# D-Sub Max. Resolution - 2048 * 1536
# D-Sub Output - X1
# DVI Output - X1
# HDMI Output - X1 (Native)
# HDCP Compliant - YES

7 Comments

This is slower than my GT 250 card, which cost about that price.

Original Poster

Darklord

This is slower than my GT 250 card, which cost about that price.



But gts 250 dont have directx 11 and open gl4

Would rather go for a HD 5570.

EDIT: Actually, scrap that. I didn't realise there was a low profile HD 5670 -
ebuyer.com/pro…cts

Well worth the extra.
Edited by: "jukkie" 8th Dec 2010

tasman23

But gts 250 dont have directx 11 and open gl4


True but to be fair this card doesn't seem like it'd be able to handle tessellation (main thing of DX11) very well. Still given the choice a newer card with better features would be my choice (hence why I want 6870 rather than 5870) so heat added. For £50 it seems fine.
Edited by: "Llost" 8th Dec 2010

How would this compare to an ATO HD4850 ???, always used nvidia (8800GT) but looking to change and quite fancy the ATI range now !!

sticko

How would this compare to an ATO HD4850 ???, always used nvidia (8800GT) … How would this compare to an ATO HD4850 ???, always used nvidia (8800GT) but looking to change and quite fancy the ATI range now !!


ATI 4850 is a bit more powerful. Not by much but its cheaper too since its older. You'll not get direct x 11 or 3D (if you wanted a 3D screen and glasses anyway) but it would be a good cheap option.
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