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PNY GeForce 7300 GT Video Card

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by Kr00C, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. Kr00C

    Kr00C Member

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    is this a good card?

    PNY GeForce 7300 GT Video Card

    Specifications:

    GPU/VPU: NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT

    RAMDAC: Dual 400 MHz

    Fill Rate per Second: 2.8 billion pixels

    Vertices per Second: 413 Million

    Pixel Pipelines: 8

    Maximum Resolution: 2048 x 1536 @ 85Hz (Analog)

    Video Memory: 256MB

    Memory Type: 128-bit GDDR2

    Core Clock: 350 MHz

    Memory Clock: 667 MHz

    Memory Bandwidth: 10.66GB/sec.
     
  2. Zer0ink

    Zer0ink Regular member

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    i would buy it if i needed a PCI Express. Dual monitor capable 2.

    PNY GeForce 7300 GT Video Card - 256MB GDDR2, PCI Express, SLI, DVI, VGA, HDTV, Video Card


    PNY GeForce 7300 GT Video Card
    Equip your PC with a GeForce® 7300 GT graphics processing unit (GPU) for best-in-class 3D graphics features and performance, home-theater quality video, and rock-solid stability. Designed for extreme HD gaming, the NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready GeForce® 7-Series graphics processing units (GPUs) deliver ultra-realistic gaming experiences and unparalled image quality at resolutions up to 2560x1600. The GeForce 7-Series graphics cards also deliver smooth, high-definition video playback and crisp picture quality due to advanced NVIDIA® PureVideo™ technology.
     
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    No that is NOT a good card. That is what you would call a piece of S**t lol. Seriously though, it sucks and stay away from it.
     
  4. sammorris

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    It sucks. Get at least a 7600GT, preferably better.
     
  5. Kr00C

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    what card is the best card for no more than $80?
     
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    Do you have AGP or PCI-E slots?
     
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    Sorry I didn't see that. Yeah that's a pretty good card. It will run bioshock for sure.
     

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