Club 3D has unveiled its latest videocard offering called the GT430. The new NVIDIAvideo card is a single slot design that is aimed at HTPC users looking for a card that takes up little space inside a machine and offers decent HD performance.
The video card has a PCIe interface and sports 1024MB of RAM clocked at 1333MHz. The core clock for the GPU is 700MHz and the card has a 128-bit memory interface. The card is cooled with a traditional heat sink and fan. It supports all the NVIDIA features you expect like PhysX, CUDA, and others.
The card is small enough for cases that are more compact measuring in at 154mm x 120mm x 16mm. Connectivity includes DVI, VGA, HDMI, and the card is HDCP ready. The max resolution supported is 2560 x 1600.
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