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PNY Introduces Its GeForce GT 730 Graphics Card

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    PNY Technologies, a leading manufacturer and supplier of upgrade, graphics and storage solutions, has launched the GeForce GT 730, designed to provide PC users with a premium, accelerated multimedia experience and improved gaming. The GeForce GT 730 is the second addition to the PNY GeForce GT 700 Series, designed to drive the most demanding and modern PC applications.

    At a recommended retail price of only £59.99, the GeForce GT 730 is an affordable upgrade solution for those wishing to optimise their PC experience without investing in a new device.

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    Consistently reliable for all PC use, the GeForce GT 730 brings the benefits of NVIDIA dedicated graphics, based on the latest refresh of the Kepler microarchitecture. A faster, more immersive multimedia experience is guaranteed every time, with particularly impressive performance improvements in photo editing (9x faster) and video editing (8x faster) compared to integrated graphics.

    The GT 730 also provides 5x faster web browsing and faster, smoother gaming with rock-solid driver support.

    Thanks to PCI Express 3.0 compatibility, the GT 730 is suitable for using the latest applications at double the bandwidth of PCI Express 2.0.

    Product specifications
    • Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0 8x
    • Outputs: DVI, VGA, HDMI
    • CUDA Cores: 384
    • Memory Capacity: 1 GB DDR3
    • Memory Interface: 64-bit
    • Core Speed: 902 MHz
    • Memory Speed : 1.804 MHz

    PNY offers a three-year warranty on the GeForce GT 730.

    Pricing and availability:
    The PNY GeForce GT 730 is now available at a suggested retail price of £59.99.

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