NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 Launched



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Around 3 weeks after the GeForce GT 740, NVIDIA releases today another level entry graphics card: the GeForce GT 730. The GT 730 is based on the the GK208 GPU (Kepler architecture) for the 64-bit versions and on a GF108 (Fermi architecture) for the 128-bit version. This card is available in three versions, with important differences between versions which make the choice of this almost unworthy card difficult.

GeForce GT 730 1GB DDR3 128-bit

  • GPU: GF108 @ 700MHz
  • CUDA cores: 96 (2 SMs, 48 cores/SM)
  • Memory: 1024MB DDR3 128-bit, 1800MHz
  • Max digital resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • TDP: 49W
  • 3D APIs: OpenGL 4.4, Direct3D 11

GeForce GT 730 2GB DDR3 64-bit

  • GPU: GK208 @ 902MHz
  • CUDA cores: 384 (2 SMX, 192 cores/SMX)
  • Memory: 2048MB DDR3 64-bit, 1800MHz
  • Max digital resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • TDP: 23W
  • 3D APIs: OpenGL 4.4, Direct3D 11

GeForce GT 730 1GB GDDR5 64-bit

  • GPU: GK208 @ 902MHz
  • CUDA cores: 384 (2 SMX, 192 cores/SMX)
  • Memory: 1024MB GDDR5 64-bit, 5000MHz effective (1250MHZ real speed)
  • Max digital resolution: 2560 x 1600
  • TDP: 38W
  • 3D APIs: OpenGL 4.4, Direct3D 11

8 thoughts on “NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 Launched”

  1. Kepler

    JeGX, GF108 has 48 cores per SM, so only 2 SM.

    GF100/110 has 32 cores per SM, while GF104/114, GF106/116 and GF108 has 48 cores per SM.

    Also “Memory: 2048MB DDR3 64-bit, 5000MHz effective (1250MHZ real speed)” should be GDDR5 not DDR3.

  2. WacKEDmaN

    the GeForce GT 730 1GB GDDR5 64-bit would be nice if the bus width was bigger..64bit is crippling

  3. Aleksandar

    Does anybody know what’s happening with a Maxwell project? NVIDIA released just one low-end GPU (GM107) in February, and after that … nothing. 🙁

  4. DrBalthar

    @Aleksander Probably the usual fab problems which they blame anybody but themselves for

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