Inno3D Enters The GT 1030 Market With A 0dB Offering

Inno3D joined the Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 market with the new Inno3D GeForce GT 1030 0dB graphics card, which features a low-profile, dual-slot design and passive cooling. It also boasts a rather large aluminum heatsink, and sports a 1,227MHz core clock speed and a 1,468MHz boost clock.

Specifications for the Inno3D GeForce GT 1030 include 384 CUDA cores, 2GB of 6 GTps GDDR5 memory on a 64-bit memory bus, and a 30W power draw. The card’s video outputs are a single-link DVI-D port and an HDMI 2.0b port, which can handle a 4K display at 60Hz.

EVGA and Zotac have launched GeForce GT 1030 cards as well, and earlier today, Nvidia revealed the card’s reference specs.


Inno3D is touting its GT 1030 offering as a 0dB solution that provides a significant performance boost to low-end computers equipped with Intel’s HD 510 / 530 integrated graphics. While the GT 1030 is not considered a gaming card, it should readily be able to handle Counter Strike: Global Offensive and other, less graphics-intensive games. To hear Inno3D tell it, the sweet spot for this new GPU is its silent operation while playing games, watching videos, or listening to music.

Inno3D marketing manager Lori Tsang said:

Graphics drive our PCs more and more these days and need products that give them that high performance for both work, games and entertainment. Not only do we make products the best they can be, we have focused to improve the user's experience by making the GT 1030 family completely silent. Games, videos and music simply come out even better with non-audible hardware and improve that overall user experience which, in the end of the day, is our only concern.

Inno3D's GeForce GT 1030 0dB will be available next week. Pricing was not available at press time.

Product

Inno3D GeForce GT 1030 0dB

GPU

GeForce GT 1030

CUDA Cores

384

Core Clock

1,227MHz

Boost Clock

1,468MHz

Video Memory

2GB GDDR5

Memory Bus

64-bit

Memory Clock

6Gbps

PCI Express

PCIE 3.0

Display Outputs

DVI-D, HDMI 2.0b

HDCP Support

Yes

Multi Display Capability

2

Recommended PSU

300W

Direct X

12

OpenGL

4.5

Cooling

Heatsink (passive)

Slot Size

Dual

Supported OS

Windows 10 / 8 / 7 (32/64-bit)

Size

167 x 55mm (L x H) 2 Slot

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  • Th3pwn3r
    I don't see the point in installing a $20 video card just because it's 0db. A potato also outputs 0db but at least I can eat the potato.
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  • rush21hit
    It was meant for office workloads and light everyday task. Not all GPU are meant for gaming.

    Yet, this still faster than any old small GPU like HD6670, HD5570, HD4650/70 while using even less power that those already are.

    However, the RX460 are sold slightly higher than this already. I even found one at $79 just last night. Heck, even if the 460 came at sub $90 is still making this card a moot point.
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  • Th3pwn3r
    Anonymous said:
    It was meant for office workloads and light everyday task. Not all GPU are meant for gaming.

    Yet, this still faster than any old small GPU like HD6670, HD5570, HD4650/70 while using even less power that those already are.

    However, the RX460 are sold slightly higher than this already. I even found one at $79 just last night. Heck, even if the 460 came at sub $90 is still making this card a moot point.


    I just feel like integrated graphics could accomplish the same thing. If I'm going to open my case to install a video card I might as well spend a little bit of money, that's just me though. On a very tight budget I still don't know if this is worth installing is my point.
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