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Looking for an upgrade or building your very own gaming PC? Make sure you choose wisely and grab the very best graphics card available out there that suits your needs! If you’re a little confused as to how to pick one, scroll down or click here for a quick guide to choosing a graphics card.

Graphics galore for everyone! GT 730 is the fantastic new graphics card from Asus. Engineered with a highly-efficient 0dB thermal design, it dissipates heat in complete silence — making GT 730 the perfect choice for your slimline home-theater PC (Htpc) build. Advanced EMI shielding reduces electromagnetic interference by up to 66% for a stable signal, pin-sharp images and safer and healthier computing. And because we know you love to customize, use the included GPU Tweak software to control video memory, voltages and cooling fans and even stream live gameplay in real time! 0dB Silent Cooling Perfect for building a hushed Htpc Exclusive ASUS-designed heatsinks with large surface areas effectively cool graphics cards passively so absolutely no sound is produced while running - perfect for high definition and silent home theater PCs and multimedia centers. Enhanced durability and cooling Exclusively-formulated alloy components boost performance by reducing power loss, enhancing durability, and achieving cooler operation. Choke concrete cores eliminate buzzing sound under full load while capacitors assure a 50,000-hour lifespan: equivalent to 2.5 times longer than traditional capacitors. GPU Tweak with Streaming Real-time intuitive graphics tuning Shows detailed specs and actual card status with Gpu-Z Monitoring widget provides real-time detailed multi-parameter info Automatically checks and updates drivers and Bios versions. Stream online instantly GPU Tweak streaming tool that lets you share on-screen action in real time – so others can watch live as games are played. It's even possible to add to the streaming window scrolling text, pictures and webcam images. Processor Graphics processor family Nvidia Processor frequency 902 MHz Cuda cores 384 Cuda Yes Maximum resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels Graphics processor GeForce GT 730 Memory Discrete graphics adapter memory 2 GB Memory clock speed 900 MHz Memory bus 64 bit Graphics adapter memory type Gddr3-Sdram Ports & interfaces Hdmi ports quantity 1 Dvi-D ports quantity 1 Interface type PCI Express 2.0 Video DirectX version 11 Hdcp Yes Dual Link DVI Yes Cuda cores 384 PhysX Yes Performance Nvidia G-Sync No Nvidia GameWorks VR No DirectX version 11 Hdcp Yes Dual Link DVI Yes TV tuner integrated No PhysX Yes Design Cooling type Passive Colour of product Black Software Windows operating systems supported Windows 8 Power Energy Star certified No Power consumption (typical) 75 W Technical details Cooling type Passive Colour of product Black TV tuner integrated No System requirements Windows operating systems supported Windows 8 Certificates Energy Star certified No Weight & dimensions Width 13.7 cm Height 6.9 cm Depth 3 cm Read more

Guide to Choosing a Graphics Card

As one of the most important parts of a PCs performance, choosing a good graphics card is paramount for smooth usage, especially if you’ll be using your PC for gaming or video editing. It should be said however that typical things like streaming videos, browsing the web, and even light editing can be done with a normal graphics card. But when it comes to playing graphics demanding games and editing videos, high graphics capabilities are required in order to run efficiently and not run into problems.

You run into some problems while picking a graphics card, as there are many considerations to be made when choosing one. If you’re worried as to how to make a decision, here’s a rundown on some things to know before picking a graphics card.

Is it Compatible with the Hardware?

Before purchasing a graphics card, it’s important to ensure that the card you’ve selected is compatible to your already existing hardware. You can do this by downloading free software online in order to check your existing base hardware.

Most of the time, graphics cards are liable to run into problems as is, so it won’t hurt to double check, either by Google searching it or by checking the PCI Express slot for the length and height. Common problems with graphics cards are the power source, as in how much amps the card needs to work, and whether or not the card will fit into the slot in your motherboard.

Graphics cards can overheat so ensure that the case is big enough to fit your card and has room for cooling. Overheating your graphics card can lead to lag and delay to the rest of your PC so at least ensure that you have case fans.

Price is Relative to Performance

One thing that you’ll need to comprehend would be that quality doesn’t come cheap, least of all with video cards for PC and particularly for gaming video cards. Graphics cards from brands like Nvidia are high quality but the literal payoff would be their steep prices. But most agree that it’s worth it to be able to play high demand games in their highest settings.

And you’ll need to keep in mind that the technology will only keep improving, so what is the best now might not be the best in a couple of months.

Will it Suit your Needs?

There’s plenty of information available for graphics cards, but the most important thing in the end will be whether it suits you needs. If you’re looking for something that can run Overwatch at its highest setting then you’ll need to check the graphics requirements for the game before purchasing; likewise, when it comes to video rendering. Once you have a clear idea on the resolution and quality you want your display to run at, then you’ll have a guide to the baseline of your graphics and you can only go up from there.


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