|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
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ZOTAC GeForce GT 710 2GB DDR3 PCI-E2.0 DL-DVI VGA HDMI Passive Cooled Single Slot Low Profile Graphics Card (ZT-71302-20L)
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|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Video Output Interface||VGA, DVI, HDMI|
|Graphics RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
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- Nvidia GeForce GT 710, 2GB DDR3 192 CUDA cores, 64-bit Memory Bus, 954 MHz engine Clock, 1600 MHz Memory Clock
- Pci Express 2.0
- Fanless cooling
- Triple display support
- Directx 12 (feature 11_0) API, OpenGL 4.5 supports for Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP
- Power Requirement: 300-watt power supply. 25-Watt Max power consumption
- Package Content: ZT-71302-20L, Low profile I/O bracket, driver Disk, user Manual
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ZOTAC GeForce GT 710 1GB DDR3 PCIE x 1 , DVI, HDMI, VGA, Low Profile Graphic Card
The ZOTAC GeForce GT 710 PCIe x 1 dedicated graphics card adds flexibility to the computer. From small form solutions to system servers, this card is perfect for users who are looking to add support for another display, or even improve the performance of dated integrated graphics.
Based on NVIDIA Kepler architecture, the ZOTAC GeForce GT 710 PCIe x 1 comes in half height half length form factor, enabling a perfect fit for those systems with space constraint. The card's only takes tiny sips of energy when it comes to power consumption, only utilizing a maximum of 25W power, yet it has the capacity to connect up to 3 displays with DVI, HDMI and VGA output. Combined with the passive cooling thermal solution, this is the ideal silent upgrade for your system.
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|Device Type||Graphics Cards||Graphics Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphics Cards||—|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-Express x16, PCI-Express x8|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||AMD Radeon||NVIDIA GeForce GT 710||Nvidia GeForce||NVIDIA GeForce GT 710|
|Graphics Ram Size||2 GB||2 GB||2 GB||4 GB||2.00|
|Graphics Ram||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||GDDR5||DDR3 SDRAM||GDDR3|
|Hardware Interface||PCI Express x8||PCIE x 16||PCI Express x8||PCIE x 16, PCIE x 16||PCI Express x8|
|Included Components||Low profile bracket, Driver Disk, User Manual||Graphics card||GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM Graphics Card, Warrant card, user manual, software drivers||Graphics card - low profile, Drivers & Utilities, 2 low-profile brackets||—|
|Item Dimensions||5.7 x 1.1 x 4.3 inches||5.9 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches||6.7 x 0.7 x 2.7 inches||10.24 x 6.29 x 2.28 inches||5.71 x 2.72 x 0.91 inches|
|Memory Bus Width||64 bits||64 bits||64 bits||64 bits||64.00 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1600 MHz||667 MHz||954 MHz||1600 MHz||1000.00 MHz|
|Style||PCI Express 2.0||—||GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM||Zone Edition 4GB||—|
Enhance you entire PC experience with NVIDIA GeForce GT graphics cards. Upgrade to the new GeForce GT 710 dedicated card for accelerated performance in demanding PC multimedia applications that integrated graphics can't deliver. The GT 710 features advanced graphics technologies, so you can enjoy fast web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming. It's the simple, affordable way to get you PC up to speed.
NVIDIA PureVideoTM HD technology
NVIDIA FXAATM technology
NVIDIA PhysX technology
NVIDIA CUDA technology
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync technology
1 x Dual link DVI (2560x1600 @ 60 Hz)
1 x HDMI (4k @ 30 Hz)
1 x VGA (2048x1536 @ 60 Hz )
Triple display capable
NVIDIA GeForce driver
Microsoft DirectX 12 (feature level 11_0)
Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 x86/x64.
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The case is slim, only about 4" side to side, and there's no PCIe riser, so I was limited to half-width cards. he didn't need much, nor did he want to spend much, so this card was the lucky winner.
This was my first adventure into Zotac graphics cards. I've heard mixed reviews on their higher end stuff, but this was a good opportunity to step in and see how their lowest end stuff performs. I *do* want to feel them out before deciding on a GTX 1070 model for myself, after all. The GT 710 was more than enough for my dad's needs, the low-profile form factor was great, and the passive cooling made it completely silent.
1080p playback was flawless. YouTube looked and sounded great with no stutter or distortion, and local media files played just fine. The card runs a bit hot, but that's to be expected from a passively cooled GPU in a compact case.
...that didn't stop me from trying to overclock it, though. Because I was already pushing the limits of what this cheap OEM power supply could handle, not to mention the thermal limits of the card, I didn't go too crazy. I did get a nice little +60MHz core, +200MHz memory bump. Because I was perfectly stable there and hit only my thermal limits, the card probably has some more headroom for a better overclock in a bigger case with more ventilation.
That said, under no circumstances would I consider a GT 710, let alone one powered by DDR3, if I were shopping for a gaming rig. The card just isn't designed for that, and even low settings at 720p will offer choppy framerates and bad graphics quality. To put it into perspective, I still have a GTX 260 from my old PC lying around. That GTX 260 can run rings around the GT 710. The 260 is from 2009. The GT 710 is from 2015. Consider that if you're thinking about using this card for gaming, no matter how light.
That said, no one really markets the 710 as a gaming card. It's marketed for what it is: a card to add HDMI support to a PC that doesn't have a built-in HDMI port, or for old computers that need a cheap replacement for outdated untenable graphics that can't keep up. If you keep that in mind, temper your expectations and understand that you're just not going to get a brand new, high end gaming card (or any worthwhile gaming card, for that matter) for $40, you'll be very happy with this purchase.
It has a good sized heatsink without a fan, and it only requires 1 slot width of space. I would not suggest putting it next to another adapter card where air couldn't flow easily over the heatsink. I had already put a quiet case fan to exhaust heat from the CPU and its fan, and everything is staying cool without having noisy fan(s) on the graphics card. In addition to wanting the system to be quiet when watching TV or listening to music using the system, it is in my bedroom where I wanted it quiet when not in use.
Other reviewers said they have difficulty using the card with Windows, but I'm using it with UBUNTU without any problems. It runs fine with the open source drivers as well as with NVIDIA's latest drivers for UBUNTU 18.04. For people that cannot get it to work as a replacement for their systems' motherboard built-in graphics, it may help to disable the onboard graphics in CMOS setup or via jumper setting on their motherboard. The onboard graphics are often AMD-ATI-Radeon or Intel. The Windows drivers for this card using an NVIDIA GPU, sometimes don't work well when trying to have multiple display adapters active that are not the same brand.
The speed versus cost of this card compared to others isn't really great, because you're paying a slight premium for a specialty card, since this is the only one I found online that works in a tiny 1X PCIe slot.
This Zotac card fits in a single PCIe x16 slot, even with the passive heatsink. The install process was simple and less hassle than I thought, since my BIOS defaults to using any PCIe card as the primary display. Had to download & install the proprietary nVidia GPU drivers but this literally required 2 clicks after opening the Additional Drivers program.
I use the opening few minutes of my Quadrophenia BD as a graphics test because playing the beachscape in VLC used to look like
paint melting off a wall. It looks fine now.
Graphics aren't perfect as I see tearing and some judder in VLC, but none of that is apparent playing the same content in Kodi. I saw a
few frame drops with the Two Towers 1080p but these were minuscule compared to frame drops under integrated video.
Bonus surprise: the nVidia drivers added a bunch of new GPU data to my pSensors screen, I didn't even have to do anything, they just
showed up. So I'm able to track GPU temp, activity, bus use, etc..
Despite being installed right next to another card, GPU temp always falls after I stop video and it never gets too hot even during a 90 min 1080p movie. So the passive cooling is sufficient for my use.
One glitch: using the nVidia driver's default settings, dark scenes were almost unwatchable. The screen went mostly blank as black rendering was way off between this card and my LCD display. Fixed this by limiting RGB color range in the nvidia-settings program, now dark scenes look fine.
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The on-board graphics were struggling under Linux when playing back flash or any video over 720p.
The specs say it requires a minimum PSU of 300w top work (Ignore this!!). My system runs off of a 90w "laptop brick" and the card works perfectly!
I had to use a PCIe x4 to PCIe x16 adapter. PCI-E 4x to 16x M/F Riser Card Adapter Extender Cable Ribbon 19cm Gray since my motherbaord only had a PCIe x4 slot. I thought that it might cause a problem with data or power but it works. I now can play 1080p video perfectly.
if you have an old PC you want to use for something useful with it. This card will upgrade it to a good media box when used with Plex or Kodi media centre software!!
Fitting the card is very easy, just like any other PCIe graphics card, and it works very well. I don't play games on it, so that's the only reason for the 4 stars on that section. It's more than twice the amount of RAM as the old one so it handles anything I throw at it. Excellent!
The low profile bracket for the vga adapter is inside but the main low profile bracket for the GPU is missing.
The box was sealed too.
What a joke, I had to jump on ebay and purchase the low profile bracket seperately.