Add more graphics power to your PC with the ZOTAC GeForce GT 630 graphics card. DirectX 11 architecture, with new features and state-of-the-art technology, enhances your experience in multimedia, website surfing and even Windows 7 operation. The fan-less design helps create a peaceful environment for both work and play, while the dense, premium-quality heatsink quickly and efficiently dissipates the heat for reliable operation.
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Cons: Ok,let's start: 1st it doesnt update its data base,stops at 24% and thats it,2nd i tried to uninstall and guess what i cant. It made so angry.. :(
Other Thoughts: I like the PURE version,but this one is just a rage maker! Dont bother! Go check the PURE VERSION it's the best one.
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Update to my previous review
Pros: See previous review by Desla Slade
Cons: See previous review by Desla Slade
Other Thoughts: I mentioned in the previous review that this card is a single slot card. Unfortunately the heat sink is slightly too large to accommodate any neighboring cards. I see this as a real detriment to the value of the card though it is still passively cooled and low profile. In light of this I would recommend either the GIGABYTE GV-N640D5-1GL for performance at the GT level and still a single slot and low profile or a GIGABYTE GV-N630D3-2GL for a good GT card with low power consumption, single slot and low profile.
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Excellent and powerful budget card, fanless but hot.
Pros: This is a Kepler version of the GT 630 card series as opposed to being a re-branded GT 440 Fermi. The most remarkable feature of this card is the large number of CUDA cores (384) and the low power consumption of 25W. It is also a single slot card though I have not yet installed another card next to it to see what the clearance over the heat sink would be. I have been very impressed with how well it handles most games. I have been playing a couple of demanding games on it regularly and it does a fantastic job of delivering good FPS and details on a 70 Hz 1920 by 1080 monitor.
Cons: My tower does not have enough airflow to keep the card at a reasonable temperature. The max temperature in the nvidia specifications is 90 C. Usually the card sits at about 75 C under load and around 40 C idle but I have seen the temperature go over the 90 C mark. Again, this is more of a function of my tower than of any failing of the card, however with that in mind, I would probably recommend a version of this card with a fan or a tower that has good airflow over the expansion card slots. I have considered installing a PCI slot case fan to blow air onto the card even though that defeats some of the novelty of having a small single slot low, profile card. Additionally I have applied aftermarket heat sink paste to the gpu and that did help considerably (about 10 C better under load).
Other Thoughts: I know that nvidia and their card manufacturers recommend a GTX series card for gaming, but for those who might be more interested in a budget card or a low power option this is a great fit. Again, I think a fan is good idea.
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