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Sparkle Announces New Low-Profile GeForce GT 430 with 512 MB Memory

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SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today announced New Edition of SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card, bringing unparalleled levels of price/performance to mainstream users. Exquisitely made cooling fan, which has high performance thermal compound ensures optimal thermal dissipation even after years of use.

Using NVIDIA’s next generation GF108 chip architecture. The SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card are designed with unparalleled levels of price/performance. With more than 2x the DirectX 11 geometry processing power over competing product, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card dominate the competition and offers amazing game realism on the latest DirectX 11 titles like Civilization V. Equipped with the latest industry leading technologies including NVIDIA 3D Vision, NVIDIA PhysX, high performance NVIDIA GeForce drivers, and more, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card has everything mainstream users need to spoil their senses.



NVIDIA CUDA Technology With 96 cores CUDA C/C++ Support
CUDA technology unlocks the power of the SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card's 96 processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks such as video transcoding.

DX11 Done Right
With more than 2x the geometry processing power over competing products, the SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 Graphics Cards can deliver the game realism with incredibly detailed characters, terrain, and game environments - all with blazing fast performance. The SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 Graphics Cards also bring stunning gaming effects with cutting-edge Microsoft DirectX 11 graphics and NVIDIA PhysX technology take gaming to a new level.

Big on Performance. Easy on the Wallet.
The SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card let you to get the most graphics bang for your buck. With NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 graphics chip, you can dominate the competition in the hottest titles like StarCraft 2 without breaking your wallet.

512MB DDR3
The SPARKLE GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card provides 512MB DDR3 video memory to mainstream users, to satisfy the need on the video memory size, conquering mainstream PC games and application programs.

3nd Generation PureVideo HD
High-definition video decoder and post-processor delivers unprecedented picture clarity, smooth video and accurate color for movies and video.

OpenGL 4.0 Optimization and Support
Ensures top-notch compatibility and performance for OpenGL applications.

Native HDMI 1.4a Support and Audio Input for HDMI
Fully integrated support for HDMI 1.4a including xvYCC, Deep color and 7.1 digital surround sound. High-definition audio transmission can be realized without spdif wiring.
 
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I think i just jeezed my pants. Wait, wrong thread. Um...









...boring. Yet another GT430 uh oh...
 
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Nvidia please get off your lazy butts and release a 430 or 440 GDDR5 card :(

Big on Performance. Easy on the Wallet

Yea right, the 430 cards are expensive, those cards should cost no more than 39 bucks.
 

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Nvidia please get off your lazy butts and release a 430 or 440 GDDR5 card :(

Big on Performance. Easy on the Wallet

Yea right, the 430 cards are expensive, those cards should cost no more than 39 bucks.
It has nothing to do with nVidia. AFAIK, they have already released the GT 430/440 with GDDR5, because the core already supported GDDR5, it is up to the actual card manufacturers to actually use GDDR5 and put cards out on the market that use it.

As for the price, it performs at the $70 price point level, so that is about right.
 
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It has nothing to do with nVidia. AFAIK, they have already released the GT 430/440 with GDDR5, because the core already supported GDDR5, it is up to the actual card manufacturers to actually use GDDR5 and put cards out on the market that use it.
the 440 is oem only so its up to nvidia to release it for everybody
 

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the 440 is oem only so its up to nvidia to release it for everybody
Yes, but there is nothing stopping them from putting GDDR5 on a GT430.:D
 
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GeForce GT 430 512MB Graphics Card dominate the competition and offers amazing game realism on the latest DirectX 11 titles like Civilization V
YAY rly!


@800x600
 
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It has nothing to do with nVidia. AFAIK, they have already released the GT 430/440 with GDDR5, because the core already supported GDDR5, it is up to the actual card manufacturers to actually use GDDR5 and put cards out on the market that use it.

As for the price, it performs at the $70 price point level, so that is about right.
Oh i see, thanks for explaining that. But from the looks of it, i don't believe its going to happen. Its all good tho, next Nvidia card i buy will be a GDDR5, the GTS 450 :) :rockout:

I really doubt anyone plays games at 800x600. Also for a DX11 card, playing at lower resolutions will decrease performance, hell i tried to play games in the past with a 8400GS and 2400HD PCI card and playing games anything lower than 1280x1024 will decrease performance. Someone explain to me the deal with that, but i forgot what it was.
 
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With more than 2x the DirectX 11 geometry processing power over competing product
Hahahah "over competing product". [COMPETING_PRODUCT]


Congratulations on your purchase [CUSTOMER_NAME], your [PRODUCT_NAME] is vastly superior over [COMPETING_PRODUCT].
 

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Hahahah "over competing product". [COMPETING_PRODUCT]


Congratulations on your purchase [CUSTOMER_NAME], your [PRODUCT_NAME] is vastly superior over [COMPETING_PRODUCT].
you beat me to it.