This particular set of cards didn’t receive a big announcement from NVIDIA, so don’t be surprised if you stumbled upon them at your favourite IT retailers soon. Available in the three variants, the new NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 might be suitable for users that want to replace the built-in graphics processor in their desktop PC.
This is where it gets tricky: since there are three distinct models of NVIDIA GeForce GT 730, users that are planning to get theirs hands on a GeForce GT 730 card might want to read the labels on the box just to make sure you didn’t bought the wrong model. Just look at this brief specs comparison:
As you can see, the lowest end model in the family (the most left model on the table above) actually has the least amount of CUDA cores and the slowest clock speed for both memory and processor even though the card might has a 128-bit memory interface. Meanwhile, both the mid and top end model of the series are equipped with 384 CUDA cores and identical memory options just like the higher end GeForce GT 740 but with narrower memory bus width and slower GPU clock speed.
The exact pricing for all these NVIDIA GT 730 cards are not known at the moment but expect them to be rather affordable. To learn more, visit www.nvidia.com.