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Listing Reveals Details of GeForce GT 430 Desktop GPU

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    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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    Finally, after so many months a product which would make ati 5670 lower its price :p
    or maybe not....
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    This looks more like a HD 5550/70 competitor to me.
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    GeForce GT 430
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    Quadro 600
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    Quadro 2000
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    ^ WTF does the Quadro have to do with this?
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    There is suppose to be a GDDR5 version also.
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    It's a GF108 GPU like the other cards pictured.
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    Eh, then the thread should have been "Listing Reveals Details of GF108 GPU". :nutkick:
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    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)
  10. btarunr

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    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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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    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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    If you pay someone to post smth, he will post it.:pimp:
    Completely Bonkers says thanks.
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    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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    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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