Monday, October 4th 2010

Listing Reveals Details of GeForce GT 430 Desktop GPU

An Austrian hardware vendor jumped the gun and listed an unannounced GeForce GT 430 graphics card by Gigabyte, the GV-N430OC-1GI. As the model name suggests, it is overclocked out of the box. Tiny bits of details given in the listing shows that the card has 1 GB of DDR3 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface, and connectors that include one each of DVI and HDMI. Additional detailed mentioned by a price aggregator reveals that GeForce GT 430 is based on the 40 nm GF108 core, the SKU has 96 CUDA cores and 16 TMUs.
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13 Comments on Listing Reveals Details of GeForce GT 430 Desktop GPU

#1
Aleksander
Finally, after so many months a product which would make ati 5670 lower its price :P
or maybe not....
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#2
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
This looks more like a HD 5550/70 competitor to me.
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#3
Hyins
GeForce GT 430

Quadro 600

Quadro 2000
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#4
robertc
^ WTF does the Quadro have to do with this?
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#5
u2konline
There is suppose to be a GDDR5 version also.
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#6
erocker
by: robertc
^ WTF does the Quadro have to do with this?
It's a GF108 GPU like the other cards pictured.
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#7
robertc
by: erocker
It's a GF108 GPU like the other cards pictured.
Eh, then the thread should have been "Listing Reveals Details of GF108 GPU". :nutkick:
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#8
pantherx12
by: robertc
Eh, then the thread should have been "Listing Reveals Details of GF108 GPU". :nutkick:
I wonder if you would call someone out for a slight subject change in a real life conversation :laugh:


I wonder what old gen card this is equivalent too ( old gen top end specifically)
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: robertc
Eh, then the thread should have been "Listing Reveals Details of GF108 GPU". :nutkick:
No, because nobody knows if all the components (such as CUDA cores, etc.) physically present in the GF108 are enabled on the GeForce GT 430.
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#10
hat
Maximum Overclocker
So, I take it this would this be roughly as powerful as the 96 shader model 9600GSO? At what price will it sell in the US, I wonder...
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#11
Aleksander
by: robertc
^ WTF does the Quadro have to do with this?
If you pay someone to post smth, he will post it.:pimp:
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#12
Completely Bonkers
SOMEONE PAY ME to provide linkbacks to other sites. LOL. BONK.

Anyway, we love pictures, and comparatives, so IMO the post from Hyins is relevant and OK.
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#13
robertc
Lol, I just had to stir things up a bit... Anyways, GT 430 is neat... but I think I'll still keep my OC'd 384Mb 9600GSO and 9600GT with Xigmatek cooler. Unless this is drastically cheaper than those cards (~$65) or is much faster, not worth it for me.
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