NVIDIA debuts GeForce GT 730

NVIDIA debuts GeForce GT 730

NVIDIA has added a new graphics card to its product portfolio and this is the GeForce GT 730. Do not expect miracles though as the new card is a budget offer.

The GeForce GT 730 is based on the same 28 nm GK107 GPU as the GeForce GT 740. In fact it can be said that the GT 730 is a slower version of the GT 740 as it comes with lower clock speeds and DDR3 memory. Thus the GPU runs at 908 MHz while the DDR3 memory runs at 1800 MHz. Users can expect to find 1 GB of DDR3 memory on board as this is the standard amound of memory the GT 730 comes with.

While the GT 730 will not set records the card will likely boast half-height PCBs, single or double-slot cooling as well as passive or active cooling. In addition to that the card is cheap although an official minimum price has not been announced.

Source: NVIDIA

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