GIGABYTE Presents New GeForce 7300GS Series
GIGABYTE today launched the GV-NX73G128D, nVIDIA's first 90nm manufactured entry-level graphics card based on the nVIDIA GeForce 7300GS GPU, integrated with high performance 128MB GDDR2 memory. Due to the new process of the GPU, the core clock has increased to 550MHZ. Moreover, the GV-NX73G128D utilizes GIGABYTE's new patented "Screen-Cooling" thermal technology.
GIGABYTE's GV-NX73G128D features 4 pixel and 3 vertex pipelines, supports Turbo Cache technology that speeds up graphical renderings. Also supported is the CineFX 4.0 engine, HDR (High Dynamic Rendering), Intellisample 4, Microsoft DirectX Shader Model 3.0, PureVideo.
Speaking of the "Screen-Cooling" technology, this fanless solution has extended heatsink makes the low profile PCB to a standard ATX sized bracket. The heat sink with special screen design uses the natural airflow into the case for cooling down. Furthermore, the extended metal cover is able to protect the VGA cable and provide a useful handling.
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