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Club 3D debuts NVIDIA GT430 video card

GT430 will be a nice HTPC video card for budget builds

| Video Cards News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

One of the newest video cards that covers the home theater and modestly priced segments of the video card market to come from Big Green is the GT430. Club 3D has pulled the wraps off its own single slot GT430 video card and the small little card should be a nice choice for a HTPC machine that doesn't need the most powerful hardware on the market.

 

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The GT430 from Club 3D is aimed at accelerating photos and HD video according to the company and will allow the user to watch 3D Blu-ray flicks on a computer screen or a big screen in the living room. The video card uses the PCIe v2.0 slot and has a core clock of 700MHz. The card uses 1024MB of DDR3 RAM that is clocked at 1333MHz and has a 128-bit memory interface.

 

A fan and heat sink keeps the GPU cool while producing little noise to distract you from your favorite movie. Dimensions of the single slot card are 154mm x 120mm x 16mm. The card has a single DVI output, a VGA output, and HDMI out. It supports HDCP for Blu-ray films and has a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Club-3d.com

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