EVGA got a new graphics card that is called GeForce GT 730! Good if you can’t afford the more expensive cards out on the market.
This card comes with 2GB of 64-Bit GDDR5, Core Clock is 902MHz, 1x DVI-D, 1x mini HDMI, 384 CUDA Cores and PCI Express 2.0, NVIDIA SMX shaders, NVIDIA surround, NVIDIA adaptive vertical sync and 28nm Kepler architecture.
Perfect if you are tired of integrated graphics and want something that is a little more powerful for multimedia and gaming. The card also got a passive cooling solution the heatsink on the card dissipates the heat with zero noise.
GeForce GT 730 is also featuring a low profile design so it will fit into HTPC, mini PC and smaller configurations. It comes with three outputs 1x HDMI, 1x DVI-D and 1x D-sub. This is useful because now it will work with most displays available to purchase!
The card has a black design and looks very compact. On the top side it has the text EVGA and below GEFORCE GT 730 in white colour. Overall the card looks very slim and compact.
The question is how good it will perform is games compared to integrated graphics solutions. Will it be worth it? Obviously it won’t perform as a 1080 graphics card but I bet it can perform decent. You don’t always have to go for the latest high-end game!
This card is probably good if you wanna stream multimedia or play some normal graphics games. Without having to spend a fortune. I will probably check out more graphics cards in the future to see if there is a massive difference. What do you think about the GeForce GT 730?
A few days ago I checked out a new graphics card from GIGABYTE that had created a new super compact card. Be sure to check it out if you are interested in cool cards!