For all those gamers out there who cannot play high-def games because their graphic card does not support the high requirements, here is some good news. Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 1GB DDR5 Graphics Card is the name thaqt you need to keep in mind whenever the hame experiences a lag. Designed for the cost sensitive segment of the gamers community, this is wht you have been waiting all this time. For a very reasonable price, you can play games like Max Payne 3, battlefield, far cry and prototype easily.
Running on an 810 MHz GPU clock speed, the 1GB DDR5 graphics card plays the most sophisticated games easily. The maximum digital resolution the card has to offer is 2560 x 1600. At such high rates, it is possible that the card may get heated up, and that is where the cooling fan, integrated with the card itself, comes handy.
The Zotac graphic card consumes very less power, approximately just 300 W. that is very less compared to what other 1GB graphic cards demand. The card also gives a taste of the Microsoft Directx11Open GL optimization configuration that helps the gamers get a better output and a better performance from their systems. PCI express 2.0x1.6 is the standard bus of the graphic card and it runs on a 96 stream processor. Additional features that have been added to the Zotac graphic card are NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync Technology, Hardware Video Decode Acceleration, Compatible with PCI Express 1.1, NVIDIA Unified Architecture, NVIDIA CUDA Technology, Blu-ray 3D Ready, Lossless Audio Bitstream Capable, RoHS Compliant, NVIDIA PhysX Technology, HDMI xvYCC Color and DeepColor Technologies, HDTV READY.
The connectivity of this graphic card is pretty awesome and can be connected to systems old and new alike. It can run on windows XP as well as Vista and windows 7. It has a Mini HDMI output, so it can also be connected and disconnected from the system as the user wishes. No need to embed the card in the CPU directly. Just use a mini hdmi cable and GO. It has 2 DVI Output outs as well, so that the card can be used to run the audio visual on other platforms as well. But the best part of this feature comes up now. The DVI output can be connected to a VGA adapter. So, a new system can be used to hook up to an old system, maybe a CRT monitor and can be used easily to play the video there, instead of buying a new monitor as well.