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Oct 11th, 2010

ASUS ENGT430 GeForce GT 430 Review @ Bjorn3D

ASUS ENGT430 - Bjorn3D.com
Not all new graphics cards are destined to find homes in high-end gaming rigs. Sure, most graphics cards are aimed at providing great looking images in games, but another up and coming venue is the home theater PC. This is the market that NVIDIA aims at with their new GeForce GT 430 GPU. We will be taking a look at ASUS’ iteration, the ENGT430.

The ASUS ENGT430 features the NVIDIA GeForce TG430 GPU (based on the GF108 Fermi GPU) running at 700MHz and 1GB of DDR3 memory. The memory is clocked at 1600MHz and is on a 128-bit interface. This card is ideal for HTPCs with its low profile design, allowing it to fit into thinner cases with the included optional mounting brackets. While the ENGT430 is primarily geared towards a life in the multimedia world, it still packs a punch in the 3D graphics arena, with entry-level DirectX 11 performance

Author: WhyCry