|Memory Speed||6000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
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Asus PH-GT1030-O2G OC Edition Phoenix Graphics Card, 90YV0AU0-M0NA00
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|Graphics coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030|
|Video output interface||DVI, HDMI|
|Graphics RAM type||GDDR5|
About this item
- 1531 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience
- Dual-ball bearing fan reduces spinning friction for 2 times longer lifespan and cooling efficiency
- Level up gaming performance by 6X compared to iGPU
- Enjoy up to 11X better performance in photo and video editing compared to iGPU
- For compact PC build and home entertainment
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Asus OC Edition GT1030 Phoenix Graphics Card is 1531 MHz boost clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience. Dual-ball Bearing Fan reduces spinning friction for 2 times longer lifespan and cooling efficiency. IP5X-Certified Fan is dust resistant for longer fan lifespan. Level up gaming performance by 6X compared to iGPU. Enjoy up to 11X better performance in photo and video editing compared to iGPU. Upgrade your entire PC multimedia experience with 2.5X faster performance than the Intel Core i5. Industry only auto-extreme technology with super alloy power II delivers premium quality and best reliability. GPU Tweak II makes performance tweaking easier and more visual than ever with an intuitive, all-new UI. Graphics card type: Nvidia GeForce, Graphics card type: GT1030, Graphics card type: Phoenix, RAM: 2 GB, RAM type: GDDR5 RAM, Memory clock speed: 3004 MHz, Memory interface: 64-bit, GPU boost: 1531 MHz, CPU speed: 1278 MHz, Stream processors: 384, Features: Super clocked, Bus system: PCIe x16, Range of use: GeForce GT Multimedia, Interfaces: HDMI, DVI, No. of DVI ports: 1 x, No. of HDMI ports: 1 x, Product type: GPU.
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This ASUS is a really good value. It is literally a plug and play piece of kit. Went straight in and was recognised instantly. loaded the drivers and updates and away we went. Running on Windows 10. No issues.
This comfortably runs World of Tanks on the HD client and the High settings with a decent frame rate.
I don't play games much so I cannot comment on the card's ability to cope with other games.
This is a quality bit of kit that belies it's standards with it's price.
Very good card for those gaming on a budget.
This GPU does that, but it is not much quicker than the integral graphics found in today's business laptops or lower end desktops.
It runs entirely off the PCIe bus (no 6pin power needed) and runs very quietly despite the fan. The HDMI monitor socket is fine for 4K, but the DVI can only do 1600x1200. There is no displayport.
So no frills, no fuss and basic. Recommended if you don't play games and dont need displayport. If games are your thing though you may need to buy a new rig.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 April 2021
No cables required - Massive bonus
Excellent quality for price
Got this to try and rescue my other PC which is 8 years old now, I was thinking perhaps it's just too old to upgrade, the last graphics card was a Geforce GT 340! So old that the drivers have not been supported since 2016! WOW kept blue screening the whole PC on lowest settings.
I thought I would try this as it's the same size as the old card and to my utter surprise it worked. Not only that but it runs on almost the highest settings with decent FPS ranging from 40-60.
As above there were no cables required and I chose this because it was the same size as the old card so it slotted right in, if you have a similar card to my old one I would highly recommend this as an upgrade. It is of course dependent on the other components of your old machine, with mine the graphics card was the weakest point by far but If everything in your old machine is that far behind it may not be worth it of course.
I'm really grateful this worked as I was looking at new PCs which I can't really afford, I would of had to of got a budget gaming PC which would of just been a disappointment and this upgrade has allowed me to get similar performance to a budget gaming PC.
Beware though; some PCIe slots will only provide 25-30W of power so this card may be a touch too much for those systems, I suggest checking the specs for your system board power ratings. However, some manufacturers don't provide them so you may have to do a bit of digging around the internet to see if anyone else has the answers you require.
Overall, this is a great card for the money and used in the right places it can lift a flagging system to new heights. It is never going to be a direct competitor for full-on gaming cards, but in some games, it does pretty well, and for the most part, will allow you to play most games on low/med settings and in office applications and general use it gives a significant boost over onboard graphics on older devices.