Conclusion: 3D is starting to show up everywhere. It’s not just for the movies anymore. 3D TVs with 3D Blu-Ray players and their 3D glasses can be found at almost any electronics store. 120 Hz computer monitors capable of 3D playback can be paired with more than a couple of manufacturers glasses and software to...
Conclusion: The ASUS ENGT430 is an interesting video card, as I pointed out in my original review article . The ENGT430 comes in at the low-end of the video card price segment for $79.99 at NewEgg. It also provides features such as DX11 and PhysX support.
Conclusion: IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
Pros: DirectX-11 Compatible, 3D Vision / 3D Media Capable, Can Play Mainstream Games, Low Profile Video Card, Great Media Center GPU, Full-size HDMI 1.3 Output
Cons: Games have to be "dialed-down" to playable settings
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Conclusion: With an MSRP of around $79, the ASUS ENGT430 will be a welcome upgrade to many PCs utilizing on-board graphics chipsets. And while this card will be available in the retail and e-tail realms, over 90% of the GT430 line will be sold to system integrators.
Excerpt: During this review we will be looking at one of the most popular markets there might be for graphic cards and that is the Digital Media PC’s market. This market is were you might have your HTPC’s and average desktop PC located.
Pros: Quiet, Powerful for BLu-ray playback, Can do 3D playback, Built in audio for the loss less sound, Configurable to fit into narrower cases, Fermi chipset
Cons: Struggles with more challenging DX10 and DX11 games
ASUS ENGT430 GeForce GT 430 1GB DDR3 Video Card Review
11 October 2010
Excerpt: NVIDIA has been slowly trickling out GeForce 400 series graphics cards since April 2010 when the company first launched the GeForce GTX 480. Today, NVIDIA is releasing another new DX11 graphics card, but this time around it is an entry level card with an MSRP of just $79.99.
Excerpt: Asus' ENGT430 Geforce GT 430 graphics card is a very decent low profile DirectX 11 budget card for the money. Even while slightly handicapped by its slower onboard DDR3 memory, it still succeeded in matching and in some cases surpassing the ATI alternative in terms of performance.