DDR3 2GB 128bit vs DDR5 2GB 64bit

NVIDIA GEFORCE GT630 2GB DDR3 128BIT PCI-E CARD (FORSA)

or

EVGA GeForce GT 730 2GB GDDR5 64bit DVI/HDMI/VGA Low Profile Graphics Card 02G-P3-3733-KR

which one of these is better ?

please help to sort out difference between DDR3 128bit and DDR5 64bit !
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  1. the GT 730 is the better of the two, but neither of those cards are very good for gaming - if that is what you plan to use it for.
  2. The 730 is a better card.....

    Our entry-level recommendation is Nvidia's GeForce GT 730 64-bit GDDR5. This card is essentially a GeForce GT 640 with more memory bandwidth. As a result, it lands between its predecessor and the GeForce GTX 650. That's a great starting point for gamers on a tight budget. If you're in the market for a solid sub-$100 discrete board, just be sure you have the 64-bit GDDR5 version in your shopping cart; the 128-bit model is actually slower due to a less-powerful GPU.
  3. Derza10 said:
    the GT 730 is the better of the two, but neither of those cards are very good for gaming - if that is what you plan to use it for.


    I am not looking for gaming car.
    I need a good card between 70-80 USD for animation programs.

    I want to make sure it runs 3ds Max and Eyeon Fusion not much I need.

    so are they good for it ?
  4. The 730 wil be fine. You cannot compare video cards by looking at the memory speed or type on the card. The only thing that matters is card has enough memory to run your application. How the card performs depends on the cards graphic processor and design specs most importantly.
  5. Sandip Gupta said:
    Derza10 said:
    the GT 730 is the better of the two, but neither of those cards are very good for gaming - if that is what you plan to use it for.


    I am not looking for gaming car.
    I need a good card between 70-80 USD for animation programs.

    I want to make sure it runs 3ds Max and Eyeon Fusion not much I need.

    so are they good for it ?


    Yes, the 730 is the best card you can get in that price range....
  6. endeavour37a said:
    The 730 is a better card.....

    Our entry-level recommendation is Nvidia's GeForce GT 730 64-bit GDDR5. This card is essentially a GeForce GT 640 with more memory bandwidth. As a result, it lands between its predecessor and the GeForce GTX 650. That's a great starting point for gamers on a tight budget. If you're in the market for a solid sub-$100 discrete board, just be sure you have the 64-bit GDDR5 version in your shopping cart; the 128-bit model is actually slower due to a less-powerful GPU.


    Anonymous said:
    The 730 wil be fine. You cannot compare video cards by looking at the memory speed or type on the card. The only thing that matters is card has enough memory to run your application. How the card performs depends on the cards graphic processor and design specs most importantly.


    EVGA GeForce GT 730 2GB GDDR5 64bit DVI/HDMI/VGA Low Profile Graphics Card 02G-P3-3733-KR

    SPECIFICATIONS
    Base Clock: 902 MHZ
    Memory Clock: 5010 MHz Effective
    CUDA Cores: 384
    Bus Type: PCI-E 2.0
    Memory Detail: 2048MB GDDR5
    Memory Bit Width: 64 Bit
    Memory Speed: 0.4ns
    Memory Bandwidth: 40 GB/s

    KEY FEATURES
    NVIDIA PhysX technology
    PCI Express 2.0 support
    NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
    Microsoft DirectX 12 API (feature level 11_0) Support
    NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready***
    NVIDIA CUDA Technology
    OpenGL 4.4 Support
    OpenCL Support
    NVIDIA FXAA Technology
    NVIDIA TXAA Technology
    NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology

    this is specs what you recommend ?
  7. endeavour37a said:
    The 730 is a better card.....

    Our entry-level recommendation is Nvidia's GeForce GT 730 64-bit GDDR5. This card is essentially a GeForce GT 640 with more memory bandwidth. As a result, it lands between its predecessor and the GeForce GTX 650. That's a great starting point for gamers on a tight budget. If you're in the market for a solid sub-$100 discrete board, just be sure you have the 64-bit GDDR5 version in your shopping cart; the 128-bit model is actually slower due to a less-powerful GPU.


    Anonymous said:
    The 730 wil be fine. You cannot compare video cards by looking at the memory speed or type on the card. The only thing that matters is card has enough memory to run your application. How the card performs depends on the cards graphic processor and design specs most importantly.


    Thank you so much for a quick and helpful response .
    It saved my time.
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