|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||1800 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 710|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
MSI nVidia Geforce GT 710 2GB LP Low Profile VGA Card GDDR3 2560x1600 1xHDMI 1xDVI PCIE2.0x16 954 MHz Core
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|Graphics coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT 710|
|Video output interface||VGA, DVI, HDMI|
|Graphics RAM type||DDR3 SDRAM|
About this item
- Chipset is NVIDIA GeForce GT 710, Memory Interface is 64-bit
- Low profile design which saves more spaces and can build slim or smaller system easier
- Provides the best environment for gaming and multimedia
- Large heat sink covers the area of GPU and memory
- Video Memory is 2GB DDR3, Core Clock is 954 MHz, Support 2x Display Monitors
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MSI GeForce GT710 2GD3H LP Graphics Card has low profile design which saves more spaces and can build slim or smaller system easier. With all solid capacitors. It keeps any system suitable for long-term use. The large heat sink covers the area of GPU and memory. It provides the best environment for gaming and multimedia. It supports in-game video recording, support wireless control by android/iOS handheld devices. Also, support built-in dx12 effect test. It offers a noise-free experience for those looking for an absolutely quiet working environment. Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GT 710, Video Memory: 2GB DDR3. Core Clock: 954 MHz. Thermal: Fanless, Memory Interface: 64-bit. Connectors: VGA, DVI-D Dual Link, HDMI, Memory speed: 1600 MHz.
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Usually for 10 - 30 seconds but twice needed to reboot.
Had to wait for replacement and checked that one worked properly so was somewhat annoying but replacement was sent post haste so that changeover could be accomplished.
Arrived in 2 days, top notch.
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This review may seem harsh and the criticism isn't on MSI, it's on NVIDIA, whose chipset MSI are using on this card.
If I knew that, since I last bought a graphics card, NVIDIA now try to force users to create an account/link their use with their social media, simply to enable the download/update of the driver necessary to make their purchased hardware functional, I would not have bought a card with an NVIDIA chipset.
I've already paid with my £££s, I'm not paying with my data too.
There are unsupported workarounds to circumvent the login demand, but it shouldn't be necessary and it totally stuffs up the user experience and leaves a bitter taste.
After a few hours the hardware itself seems fine. Of course it's silent, there are no fans, it plugs in to the socket and works. I don't play games, I watch films and make non-taxing everyday use of my computer.
Therefore, what should be a simple and satisfying install and setup, and a positive experience, is instead frustrating and slow thanks to NVIDIA's unnecessary, greedy, nosey application design. It's done now, I CBA returning it but I've not signed up, I've used the dodgy workaround. Never again with NVIDIA though.
My PC had inbuilt DisplayPort and VGA and I need 2 displays. The VGA was blurry due to analog signal and digital monitor so was looking for a card with low power consumption that would run 2 digital monitors.
Saw the MSI GT710 Low profile and was pleasantly surprised to find the TDP measurement (power consumption in watts) was only 19 which is incredibly low. My PC has a 230 w power supply and the PCIe slot has a maximum of 26 w per slot so I was somewhat limited. Most GPUs have a TDP measurement in excess of 50 w.
Plugged this card into the black PCIe slot the PC rebooted twice and hey presto 2 crystal clear digital monitors on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit - I couldn’t be happier.
I’m not into gaming so can’t advise on performance but if you want a low power consumption graphics upgrade for 2 monitors in a SFF card this is the one for you - under £50 too can’t go wrong.
The card arrived with a full profile bracket already fitted, and 2 low profile brackets in the box. The paper instructions don't explain how to swap them over but it's easy to work out. One issue in my Acer is there is only 1 low profile PCI-E slot free, so I have installed the card with only the HDMI and DVI ports available. I may be able to hack the case to install the D-Sub, but in all honesty i'm unlikely to use it. The 15-pin D-sub is attached to the card and second LP bracket by a short ribbon cable.
Plugged in to the new HDMI socket and booted the computer to Windows 10. Immediately it uses the MS basic display adapter, but after a short time the display adapter is showing as Nvidia. Just as well really as the autorun on the bundled CD wouldn't start due to the driver being digitally unsigned! You can navigate the CD folders and manually start setup but by the time I got to that bit, Windows had already installed a later version of the Nvidia driver. Also on the CD are a couple of Msi tools like afterburner. I may try them out later.
Size wise, the card is single thickness. Some passive cards have MASSIVE heatsinks effectively making them a double card. The low profile and single thickness is why I went for this particular card.
No benchmarks, and whilst games *seem* smoother it could just be a placebo effect!
One thing I'm not pleased about is that I spent £5 on some low-profile/half-height brackets so i could fit this card into my mini tower pc. Yet i didnt need them because this graphics card came with both full height and half height brackets, yet nowhere in the product description does it state that it comes with both types of brackets. So I wasted my money.
My pc has an Intel i3-550 processor, adding this graphics card has improved graphics performance, for example i can now run the game Starcraft 2 on medium graphics setting, before it struggled on the low setting. ( My monitor resolution is 1920x1200 ).