|Price incl. VAT||£78.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£65.75|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £7.90 Extended warranty + 1 year||
ASUS brings the hilarious piece that looks at a low price, but also on quality design. The new model designation GeForce GT 730 goes into regular reports with an emphasis on multimedia performance. Ensure no problems playing back Full HD video and launching a whole range of games. In this field, you have to compromise on their demands and set rather less detail.
Model from Asus please own design radiator with increased resistance to dust particles. Factory core frequency of 700 MHz and 4 GB DDR3 1100 MHz memory can easily be expanded by using the software GPU Tweak In which adjust CPU frequency and voltage, fan speed, and more with an intuitive interface. GPU Tweak utility also provides for easy streaming in real time - so others may live watch exactly what you see and what you do on your monitor.
For the required high stability, longer life and less heat equipped Asus graphics card components Super Alloy Power . The interesting increase overall performance will take care technology GeForce Experience Which automatically updates the drivers and set all the parameters to the ideal values. Definitely pleased by the presence of desired outputs in the form of VGA, DVI and HDMI .
ASUS is a symbol of the growth of Taiwan's economy. The firm's beginnings date back to April 2, 1989, when as a small manufacturer of motherboards began his work with a few employees. Today, Asus employs more than 12,500 employees worldwide.
ASUS products can be found in almost every category of the information technology marketplace. ASUS is focused on desktops, laptops, phones, optical drives and components. In the manufacture of motherboards, the company is now the dominant player with a staggering 40% market share.
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