Although NVIDIA's announcement regarding their brand-new GT430 graphics card went a bit under the radar yesterday (after all, the most important event of the day was the launch of the global Windows Phone 7 portfolio), we're now starting to see a trail of announcements that typically ensue any release from the famous GPU manufacturer, one of the first integrators to announce its GT430-related offerings being Point of View.
The company actually released not one, but two new cards, although the differences between the two low-profile models are almost insignificant, as we're only talking about their respective memory clocks.
So, while one of the cards from Point of View has the 1GB of DDR3 VRAM memory set to 1600 MHz, the other is clocked at 1800 MHz.
Apart from that, the features provided by the two cards are more or less the same, the components featuring DirectX 11 support, 96 CUDA Cores and 128-bit memory interface, while the GPU/shaders are set at 700/1400 MHz respectively.
The two active-cooled graphics cards pack roughly the same set of interfaces, namely DVI, HDMI, VG and SPDIF, and require an extra power connector in order to work properly.
The same goes for the pricing, that has been set for both models somewhere in the vicinity of 80 US dollars, in line with most of the other such products released by the other NVIDIA integrators.
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