Asus returns to the sale of the GeForce GT 730 originally from 2014

The return to operation of video cards that have long been discontinued this year has become a widespread practice many manufacturers have returned to their assortment models that, it would seem, have been reliably forgotten. And Asus is no exception: according to the source, the company has now returned to operation the GeForce GT 730 originally from 2014.

This model is built on the Kepler family of GK208 GPU and has 2 GB of GDDR5 memory with a 64-bit bus. Dimensions are 148 x 105 x 18 mm. The cooling system is extremely passive. You can't play with such a video card, but you can connect a lot of monitors to it - there are four HDMI 1.4b ports, so the image can be displayed on a 4K display. The GPU of this model has 384 CUDA cores, the frequency is from 902 to 927 MHz.

Interestingly, Nvidia previously announced the end of support for Kepler graphics cards from August 31 of this year. But old drivers for such a model should be enough.

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