Club 3D debuts GT 430 from NVIDIA

Shane McGlaun - Oct 11, 2010
Club 3D debuts GT 430 from NVIDIA

NVIDIA fans that have been waiting for the next video card to land from the maker can now get the GT430 video card. Club 3D has unveiled its first GT430 video card that is aimed at the user wanting GPU acceleration for all manner of computing tasks like editing video and photos. The video card offers DirectX 11 support, Blu-ray 3D support, CUDA, and PhysX among other features.

The GT430 has a clock speed of 700MHz and uses 1024MB of DDR3 RAM running at 1333MHz. Cooling for the card is via a heat sink and fan. If your computer is very crowded or you are building a small form factor rig, the GT430 has a single slot form factor that will make fitting it into small machines easier.

Connectivity includes DVI, VGA, and HDMI. The card has HDTV outputs and supports HDCP for Blu-ray playback. The single slot card measures in at 154mm x 120mm x 16mm. The video card needs a PSU with a 12V rating of at least 22A.

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