Category: GPU

ZOTAC GT 710

Zotac GT 710

The Zotac GT 710 (ZT-71304-20L) will not top the benchmark charts but it does have some interesting features. The Kepler GK208 processor is clocked at 954 MHz and has compute performance of around 150 GFLOPS. The low cost of the GT 710 is below the price of even as single popular high-end game. First off the …

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GIGABYTE GT 710

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The Gigabyte GT 710 (GV-N710D3-2GL) will not top the benchmark charts but it does have some interesting features. The Kepler GK208 processor is clocked at 954 MHz and has compute performance of around 366 GFLOPS. The low cost of the GT 710 is below the price of even as single popular game. Gigabyte GT 710 is …

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EVGA GT 710

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The EVGA GT 710 (02G-P3-2713-KR) will not top the benchmark charts but it does have some interesting features. The Kepler GK208 processor is clocked at 954 MHz and has compute performance of around 366 GFLOPS. The low cost of the GT 710 is below the price of even as single popular game. EVGA GT 710 is made …

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EVGA GTX 950 LINEUP

The EVGA GeForce GTX 950 is a true gaming GPU designed for every PC gamer. It’s built to the exact specifications of the GeForce GTX family and powered by NVIDIA Maxwell – the most advanced GPU architecture ever created – to deliver 3x the performance of previous-generation cards. The GTX 950 competes with the R7 …

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WINDOWS 10 AND DUAL NVIDIA VIDEO CARDS

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Generally dual video cards are envisioned by most consumers as 2 identical cards for NVIDIA SLI or AMD CFX. Windows 10 and DX12 however have changed the way video cards can be used. For older games a high end card can handle games through DX11 easily at 1920×1080. Dual cards are only needed with 3820×2160 …

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MONITOR CABLES

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Monitor cables are mass produced but they vary considerably in quality. VGA VGA has no defined limit to its maximum resolution. HDMI and DisplayPort can achieve a better picture quality. Video card makers limit VGA to 2048×1536 which is the top resolution of professional monitors like our old Dell P991. We used an NVIDIA …

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HDCP 2.2

High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) has been used (most commonly, over HDMI links) to protect the path between the player and display from unauthorized access. Unfortunately, the version of HDCP used to protect HD Blu-Ray content was compromised quite some time back. Content owners decided that 4K content would require an updated protection mechanism, and …

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ZOTAC GT 720

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The Zotac GT 720 (ZT-71204-10L) will not top the benchmark charts but it does have some interesting features. The Kepler GK208 processor is clocked at 797 MHz and has compute performance of around 366 GFLOPS (well below that of modern integrated graphics). First off the card using a PCI Express x16 slot which means it can be …

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NVIDIA GTX 970 BUG

There has been a lot of media over the problems with the GTX 970 and the 4096MB VRAM it ships with. This page will make it clear why you should return the card as defective. First we use MSI Afterburner and the OSD so we can see immediately how much VRAM is being used ay …

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ZOTAC GT 730

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The Zotac GT 730 (ZT-71101-10L) is a big step up from the GT 710 and GT 720. The Kepler GK208 processor is clocked at 902 MHz and has compute performance of around 720 GFLOPS First off the card using a PCI Express x16 slot which means it can be installed in any available slot. …

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