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EVGA GeForce GT 710 1GB

Video Card

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The GeForce 710 is an entry-level dedicated video card from NVIDIA. It has performance roughly on par with contemporary onboard graphics from Intel and AMD, so it isn't usually an upgrade for a modern system with onboard video - but it can be employed on motherboards where graphics are not included, or when combined with onboard graphics can add support for more monitors.

EVGA's version of this card is passively-cooled, meaning it has no fan. It has a wide range of video outputs: DVI, HDMI and VGA; all three can be used at the same time, if need be. It is also low-profile, allowing use in slim cases, but when configured that way the VGA port is removed. The passive heatsink sticks out a bit, so use of this card blocks the slot directly below it on the motherboard.
Jeff Stubbers (Technology Consultant)
Jeff Stubbers (Technology Consultant) Says:
This is an entry-level graphics card to offer video output for motherboards that do not offer that. If you have a mainstream motherboard that supports onboard video, I recommend choosing that over this card as it tends to offer more performance. If you plan to run any graphically demanding programs, then I would recommend going with a higher-end graphics card.

It is also important to note that this card does not work well with Linux, so would recommend a different graphics card if you plan to have that OS installed.
Christopher Crader (Customer Support)
Christopher Crader (Customer Support) Says:

This card is pretty much the same as onboard in terms of video performance. I'd recommend going with onboard just for simplicity's sake. Fewer parts means fewer things to break!

I'd really only recommend this if you absolutely need more video ports than what's included in the onboard and have no need for higher performance at all. That, or if you're running a system that doesn't have an onboard video and don't want to go with a more powerful video card.

Oh, and note that while technically the digital output will go up to 4096x2160, it does that at a 24Hz and only on HDMI, so I would really only recommend this for lower resolution displays.

Model: EVGA 01G-P3-2710-KR

Chipset Manufacturer  NVIDIA
Product Line  GeForce
Motherboard Connection  PCI Express 2.0 x8
Maximum Digital Resolution  4096x2160
Maximum Monitors Supported  3
HDCP Compliant  Yes
GPU Specifications
Core Speed  954 MHz
Stream Processors  192
Memory Specifications
Video Memory  1GB
Memory Type  DDR3
Memory Speed  1800 MHz
Memory Bus Width  64-bit
Bandwidth  14.4 GB/s
Single Precision Floating Point (Peak)  366.3 Tflops
Additional Information
Cooling System  Silent Heatsink
DirectX Support  DirectX 12
CUDA Support  3.5
OpenGL Support  4.5
Removable Backplate  No
Port 1  Dual-Link DVI
Port 2  HDMI
Port 3  VGA
Power Connectors
Plug 1  None
Length  114.3 mm (4.5 in)
Height  68.8 mm (2.7 in)

Supports HDMI 1.4a

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