|Price incl. VAT||£57.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£48.25|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £5.80 Extended warranty + 1 year||
Before ordering kindly check that the graphic card you’ve chosen is suitable for your motherboard. Doesn’t your motherboard support only graphic cards with AGP interface?
The graphics card from Gigabyte GPU nVidia GeForce GT 730 is primarily intended for office or media reports. In our element will be primarily for use in HTPC, which is fully realized in its ability to play video Full-HD . The card supports all modern technology nVidia, as Experience GeForce, PhysX and CUDA .
Design Gigabyte is characterized by high-quality standard components Ultra Durable 2 . The use of solid capacitors and MOSFETs with low RDS (on) or ferrite inductors to achieve the ideal thermal and electrical characteristics which you can look forward to a long life and high reliability graphics cards under the hardest conditions. The card is furthermore equipped with a condenser Gigabyte 80mm fan , Which provides optimal cooling the GPU at low noise levels.
Graphics chip card is made 40nm technology and has 96 compute units. Its frequency is 700 MHz . His partner are 2 gigabytes working memory DDR3 , Ticking at a frequency 1600 MHz With which it communicates via a 128-bit bus. Connecting a monitor or TV can be done via the analog output VGA or digital DVI-D and HDMI .
Gigabyte, founded in 1986, is an irreplaceable player in the field of computer components. They put great emphasis on key technologies and the strictest quality standards. The company produces a wide range of basic computer components such as motherboards and graphics cards, but also have many computer peripherals, laptops, tablets, desktops and even network solutions and servers on offer. Recently they also introduced a line of Gigabyte mobile phones.
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