First heard about back in March, NVIDIA's GeForce GT 430 graphics card has been missing ever since. But, thanks to a new rumor floating around the Internet today, it seems that NVIDIA may indeed be getting ready to pull the curtain off their newest graphics card. Though, the specifications of the new card may be sub-par enough not to attract new eyes, but move them towards the other GeForce GT cards set to launch later this year as well.
Thanks to a new leak today, NVIDIA's GeForce GT 430 graphics card is rumored to launch sooner than later. The specs look something like this: a 700MHz core clock speed -- while the 128-bit memory speed has the card set at 900MHz. Unfortunately, one of the biggest questions, about whether or not this will be pre-packaged in PCs or a retail item has yet to be cleared up.
The card itself is PCI Express 2.0 x16. And while we wish we could tell you that the leak divulged a price for us, that's not the case. Along wit the exact launch date, the price is a mystery. Though, considering the cards that NVIDIA already sells, these base graphics cards could easily be sold for somewhere around $100.