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ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card

ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card
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  • •  Silent passive cooling means true 0dB •  Resolution: 1920x1200 •  Video Memory: 2GB GDDR5 •  Engine Clock: 1506 MHz (OC Mode)
General information
GPU Memory Size2 GB
Graphics ChipsetNVIDIA
NVIDIA SeriesGeForce GTX 1000
Recommended PSU300 W
Video Memory TypeGDDR5

ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card

ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card is the fantastic graphics card from ASUS. Engineered with a highly-efficient 0dB thermal design, it dissipates heat in complete silence — making GT 1030 the perfect choice for your slimline home-theater PC (HTPC) build. Exclusive AUTO-EXTREME Technology for premium quality and best reliability. ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 also has GPU Tweak II for intuitive performance tweaking. 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. All ASUS graphics cards are now produced using AUTO-EXTREME Technology, an industry-first, 100% automated production process that incorporates premium materials to set a new standard of quality.AUTO-EXTREME Technology ensures consistent graphics card quality as well as improved performance and longevity. ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 new manufacturing process is also environmentally friendly, eliminating harsh chemicals and reducing power consumption by 50%. Redesigned with an intuitive, all-new UI, GPU Tweak II makes overclocking easier and more visual than ever, while still retaining advanced options for seasoned overclockers. With one click, the new Gaming Booster function maximizes system performance by removing redundant processes and allocating all available resources automatically.

ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Review

Now, after more than a year of dominance at the high end with its Pascal-based 10-series cards, Nvidia is ready to challenge AMD’s entry-level position with GeForce GT 1030.Gigabyte sent over its GeForce GT 1030 Low Profile 2G to represent Nvidia’s latest addition. The card ships with a full-sized slot bracket in place, but it includes a half-height bracket for slim enclosures as well. Although our sample is actively cooled, Gigabyte also sells a passive model sporting the same clock rates. Low-profile and passively-cooled? Yup.ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 TDP is a mere 30W, so we can already guess that power consumption, thermals, and acoustics will be some of this board’s advantages over the competition. But can it keep up in our benchmark suite? After all, that’s what determines whether the GT 1030 succeeds GT 730 in our list of gaming graphics cards.ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 utilizes an all-new graphics processor called GP108, composed of 1.8 billion transistors. It’s a teeny thing at just 70mm², thanks to the same 14nm FinFET process used to manufacture GP107. Compare that to GeForce GT 730’s GK208 chip with 1.02 billion transistors in an 84mm² die. Or how about the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, which we’re making the GT 1030 battle in today’s benchmarks? That card’s GM107 GPU has a similar transistor count as GP108, but in a 148mm² die, owing to its 28nm manufacturing process.Here’s the thing, though: whereas GeForce GTX 750 Ti employs five Streaming Multiprocessors, GT 1030 comes equipped with three. Given 128 CUDA cores per SM/SMM in the Pascal and Maxwell architectures, that’s 384 cores for GT 1030 and 640 for GTX 750 Ti. Both designs also expose eight texture units per SM, totaling 24 on GeForce GT 1030, while GTX 750 Ti gets 40. The two GPUs feature a pair of ROP partitions, giving you up to 16 32-bit integer pixels per clock. However, those partitions are aligned with 256KB slices of L2 cache on GP108 and 1MB slices of L2 on GM107. That means GeForce GT 1030 includes 512KB L2 total—a big reduction from GTX 750 Ti’s 2MB. And whereas GeForce GTX 750 Ti utilizes two 64-bit memory controllers, GT 1030’s specs break the memory bus down into a pair of 32-bit controllers, adding up to a 64-bit interface. That’s a lot of lost resources for a ~4% difference in complexity. 

Specifications:

Video Memory Specifications
TypeGDDR5
Size2GB
ResolutionDVI Max Resolution : 1920x1200
Core ClockOC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1506 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1266 MHz Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1468 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1228 MHz
Memory Clock6002 MHz
BUS TypePCI Express 3.0
Memory Interface64-bit
CUDA Cores384
Interface
HDMIYes x 1
DVIYes x 1
HDCPYes
Power Specifications
Recommended PSU300W
Display Option
Multi Display3
Application Programming Interfaces
DirectX12
OpenGL4.5
Physical Specifications
Dimensions173 x 69 x40 mm
Warranty
Manufacturing Warranty2 Years

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SummaryASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Graphics Card is the fantastic graphics card from ASUS. Engineered with a highly-efficient 0dB thermal design, it dissipates heat in complete silence — making GT 1030 the perfect choice for your slimline home-theater PC (HTPC) build. Exclusive AUTO-EXTREME Technology for premium quality and best reliability. ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 also has GPU Tweak II for intuitive performance tweaking. 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. All ASUS graphics cards are now produced using AUTO-EXTREME Technology, an industry-first, 100% automated production process that incorporates premium materials to set a new standard of quality.AUTO-EXTREME Technology ensures consistent graphics card quality as well as improved performance and longevity. ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 new manufacturing process is also environmentally friendly, eliminating harsh chemicals and reducing power consumption by 50%. Redesigned with an intuitive, all-new UI, GPU Tweak II makes overclocking easier and more visual than ever, while still retaining advanced options for seasoned overclockers. With one click, the new Gaming Booster function maximizes system performance by removing redundant processes and allocating all available resources automatically. ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 low Profile Review Now, after more than a year of dominance at the high end with its Pascal-based 10-series cards, Nvidia is ready to challenge AMD’s entry-level position with GeForce GT 1030.Gigabyte sent over its GeForce GT 1030 Low Profile 2G to represent Nvidia’s latest addition. The card ships with a full-sized slot bracket in place, but it includes a half-height bracket for slim enclosures as well. Although our sample is actively cooled, Gigabyte also sells a passive model sporting the same clock rates. Low-profile and passively-cooled? Yup.ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 TDP is a mere 30W, so we can already guess that power consumption, thermals, and acoustics will be some of this board’s advantages over the competition. But can it keep up in our benchmark suite? After all, that’s what determines whether the GT 1030 succeeds GT 730 in our list of gaming graphics cards.ASUS GeForce GT 1030 2GB GDDR5 utilizes an all-new graphics processor called GP108, composed of 1.8 billion transistors. It’s a teeny thing at just 70mm², thanks to the same 14nm FinFET process used to manufacture GP107. Compare that to GeForce GT 730’s GK208 chip with 1.02 billion transistors in an 84mm² die. Or how about the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, which we’re making the GT 1030 battle in today’s benchmarks? That card’s GM107 GPU has a similar transistor count as GP108, but in a 148mm² die, owing to its 28nm manufacturing process.Here’s the thing, though: whereas GeForce GTX 750 Ti employs five Streaming Multiprocessors, GT 1030 comes equipped with three. Given 128 CUDA cores per SM/SMM in the Pascal and Maxwell architectures, that’s 384 cores for GT 1030 and 640 for GTX 750 Ti. Both designs also expose eight texture units per SM, totaling 24 on GeForce GT 1030, while GTX 750 Ti gets 40. The two GPUs feature a pair of ROP partitions, giving you up to 16 32-bit integer pixels per clock. However, those partitions are aligned with 256KB slices of L2 cache on GP108 and 1MB slices of L2 on GM107. That means GeForce GT 1030 includes 512KB L2 total—a big reduction from GTX 750 Ti’s 2MB. And whereas GeForce GTX 750 Ti utilizes two 64-bit memory controllers, GT 1030’s specs break the memory bus down into a pair of 32-bit controllers, adding up to a 64-bit interface. That’s a lot of lost resources for a ~4% difference in complexity.  Specifications:Video Memory SpecificationsType GDDR5Size 2GBResolution DVI Max Resolution : 1920x1200Core Clock OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1506 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1266 MHz Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1468 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1228 MHzMemory Clock 6002 MHzBUS Type PCI Express 3.0Memory Interface 64-bitCUDA Cores 384InterfaceHDMI Yes x 1DVI Yes x 1HDCP YesPower SpecificationsRecommended PSU 300WDisplay OptionMulti Display 3Application Programming InterfacesDirectX 12OpenGL 4.5Physical SpecificationsDimensions 173 x 69 x40 mmWarrantyManufacturing Warranty 2 Years.. Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030 2GB OC Graphics Card Gigabyte GT 1030 2GBPowered by Gigabyte GT 1030 2GB Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64bit memory Supports HDMI 4K@60Hz Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing One-click overclocking via AORUS Graphics EngineCore ClockBoost: 1544 MHz/ Base: 1290 MHz in OC Mode Boost: 1518 MHz/ Base: 1265 MHz in Gaming ModeGigabyte GeForce GT 1030 2GB OC Review Although we might have hoped for better performance in taxing graphics workloads, Nvidia's GeForce GT 1030 performs admirably in the competitive gaming titles it was designed to service. Moreover, a low price, power-friendly architecture, and compelling form factor make the card accessible to just about anyone with an available PCIe slot.Gigabyte sent over its GeForce GT 1030 Low Profile 2G to represent Nvidia’s latest addition. The card ships with a full-sized slot bracket in place, but it includes a half-height bracket for slim enclosures as well. Although our sample is actively cooled, Gigabyte also sells a passive model sporting the same clock rates. Low-profile and passively-cooled? Yup.Gigabyte GT 1030 2GB TDP is a mere 30W, so we can already guess that power consumption, thermals, and acoustics will be some of this board’s advantages over the competition. But can it keep up in our benchmark suite? After all, that’s what determines whether the GT 1030 succeeds GT 730 in our list of gaming graphics cards.Gigabyte GT 1030 2GB utilizes an all-new graphics processor called GP108, composed of 1.8 billion transistors. It’s a teeny thing at just 70mm², thanks to the same 14nm FinFET process used to manufacture GP107. Compare that to GeForce GT 730’s GK208 chip with 1.02 billion transistors in an 84mm² die. Or how about the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, which we’re making the GT 1030 battle in today’s benchmarks? That card’s GM107 GPU has a similar transistor count as GP108, but in a 148mm² die, owing to its 28nm manufacturing process.Here’s the thing, though: whereas Gigabyte GT 1030 2GB employs five Streaming Multiprocessors, GT 1030 comes equipped with three. Given 128 CUDA cores per SM/SMM in the Pascal and Maxwell architectures, that’s 384 cores for GT 1030 and 640 for GTX 750 Ti. Both designs also expose eight texture units per SM, totaling 24 on GeForce GT 1030, while GTX 750 Ti gets 40. The two GPUs feature a pair of ROP partitions, giving you up to 16 32-bit integer pixels per clock. However, those partitions are aligned with 256KB slices of L2 cache on GP108 and 1MB slices of L2 on GM107. That means GeForce GT 1030 includes 512KB L2 total—a big reduction from GTX 750 Ti’s 2MB. And whereas GeForce GTX 750 Ti utilizes two 64-bit memory controllers, GT 1030’s specs break the memory bus down into a pair of 32-bit controllers, adding up to a 64-bit interface. That’s a lot of lost resources for a ~4% difference in complexity.Nvidia goes a long way to overcoming those deficits in GT 1030 with higher clock rates. Our sample employs a 1227 MHz base frequency and a typical GPU Boost rating of 1468 MHz. In contrast, GeForce GTX 750 Ti starts at 1020 MHz and boosts just slightly to 1085 MHz. Of course, a 64-bit aggregate memory bus cripples GT 1030’s peak bandwidth to 48 GB/s using 6 Gb/s GDDR5; GTX 750 Ti’s wider interface facilitates up to 86.4 GB/s. Specifications:Graphics CardMemory Size 2GBGraphics Engine GeForce® GT 1030Core Clock Boost: 1544 MHz/ Base: 1290 MHz in OC Mode Boost: 1518 MHz/ Base: 1265 MHz in Gaming ModeMemory Type GDDR5Memory Clock 6008 MHzWarranty 2 Years..SpecificationTypeGDDR5Size4GBCore Clock1071MHzMemory Clock1500MHzBUS Type128BitMemory InterfacePCI Express 3.0Display Port1x DPHDMI1x HDMIDVI1x DVIRecommended PSU300WConsumption50WMulti Display3Dimensions202*112*39mmManufacturing Warranty2 Years Manufacturer WarrantyPELADN RX 550 4G Gaming GDDR5 128 Bit Black Graphics CardThe PELADN RX 550 4G Gaming GDDR5 Graphics Card comes with a core clock of 1071MHz and a memory clock of 1500MHz. It offers a memory capacity of 4GB and operates on a 128-bit memory bit width. Crafted with 14nm technology, it utilizes GDDR5 memory type and supports output interfaces such as DP, HD, and DVI. Utilizing the PCI Express 3.0 interface type, it has a power consumption of 50W and is recommended for use with a 300W power supply. Encased in a package size of 202*112*39mm, PELADN RX 550 4G Gaming GDDR5 Graphics Card provides a platform for enhanced gaming performance...Colorful GeForce GT1030 V4-V 2GB Graphics Card The Colorful GeForce GT1030 V4-V 2GB Graphics Card is based on the recently announced GeForce GT 1030, which has 384 CUDA cores, a 64-bit memory bus, and a 30W power draw that requires no external power connectors. Colorful set the core clock of its GT 1030 at 1,277MHz and the boost clock at 1,468MHz. The card is equipped with 2GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 6,008MHz.The company boasts an all-solid-state capacitor power delivery design that Colorful stated delivers higher stability and reliability. The custom cooling solution features a black and red plastic shroud mated to an aluminum heatsink and a 90mm cooling fan. The additional cooling enables higher boost clock speeds and overclocking headroom. Specifications:Video Memory SpecificationsType GDDR5Size 2 GBResolution 3840 x 2160Core Clock 1152MhzMemory Clock 6000MhzBUS Type 64bitCUDA Cores 384InterfaceHDMI HDMI x 1Power SpecificationsRecommended PSU 300 WConsumption 30 WApplication Programming InterfacesDirectX 12OpenGL 4.5Physical SpecificationsDimensions 167*120*26mmWarrantyManufacturing Warranty 2 Years..

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