GIGABYTE GeForce 210 Silent 1GB DDR3 DVI-I / D-Sub / HDMI Low Profile Graphics Card, GV-N210SL-1GI
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- Gold plated HDMI for optimum signal transfer between connections
- Features DVI-I / D-Sub / HDMI outputs with HDCP protection
- Core Clock: 520MHz - Memory Clock: 1200MHz
- Silent Passive Thermal Heatsink for 0dB silent operation
- Supports NVIDIA CUDA and PhysX technologies
- Minimum recommended Power Supply 300W or Greater
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|Device Type||Video Card||Video Card||Graphics Cards||Graphics Cards||Graphics Cards||Graphic Cards|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||Integrated||PCI-E|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||Nvidia GeForce||Nvidia GeForce||AMD Radeon||Nvidia GeForce||GeForce GT 710|
|Graphics Card Ram||1 GB||1 GB||1 GB||1 GB||1 GB||2 GB|
|Graphics Ram Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR5 SDRAM|
|Hardware Connectivity||PCI||PCIE x 16||PCI||PCI||PCI||PCIE x 8|
|Built-In Media||Video Card||Graphics card, manuel, cables||Video Card||—||Video Card||graphic card, manual|
|Item Dimensions||4.72 x 9.45 x 7.87 in||11 x 1.5 x 7.5 in||5.75 x 2.7 x 0.8 in||8.9 x 6.1 x 1.2 in||5.75 x 4.41 x 1.5 in||6.48 x 4.38 x 0.78 in|
|Memory Bus Width||64 bits||1,000 bits||64 bits||64 bits||64 bits||64 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||954 MHz||520 MHz||1,600 MHz||—||954 MHz||5,010 MHz|
|Style Name||—||—||GT 710 1GD3H LP||—||PCI Express x1||—|
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card WITH a built-in fan. After only about 10 months, the fan began to slowly go out, whining,grinding and sometimes stopping. This made the unit
overheat easily, and soon my PC would want to shut down. Well....I replaced it with this new GIGABYTE Ge Force 210 FANLESS silent 1GB DDR3 unit. It
performs beautifully, and the best part it for me is that it's completely silent, yet stays cool even during heavy gaming action. Although I don't play
the very latest HD games that are extremely taxing on a video card, the ones I DO play are rendered beautifully on this GeForce 210.
I'd definitely recommend this card to mid-level gamers, or somewhat graphics intensive program use. It is a low profile card, so it fits in smaller
desktops as well. A plus for me, at least. And the price was right , too. Very affordable.
I bought this card for an eight-year old Compaq desktop that I wanted to give to my son. I needed a card with an HDMI output so that I could connect the PC to an HDTV. I don't need a lot of graphics horsepower--my son is only three--and this seemed like a good fit, with silent operation as an added bonus.
Installation was easy and it worked beautifully out of the box. Windows Vista had no problems with it and I used the computer for hours at a time without a hitch, but I did notice a slight burning smell in the room where it was running. As someone who has been building and repairing PCs since the 1980s, I recognized the smell as that of an overheating integrated circuit--they have a distinct smell. But everything seemed to be working fine, so I thought little of it. Actually, I thought it might be the power supply--the Compaq only has a 250W supply, and I was concerned the graphics card might be pulling just a little too much current for it to handle.
On Sunday, I tried to power it on and the PC wouldn't do anything. No power, nothing. I assumed the old power supply had died, so I replaced it with a new Antec 350W variety. Still nothing. I then disconnected all peripherals to see if one of them was causing the issue. Sure enough, when I removed the graphics card, the system powered up normally. When I reinserted it, the system wouldn't power on at all.
I'm returning the card and exchanging for another model, one with a fan. Silent operation is a nice-to-have, but not if it means the card isn't going to last, and it is my opinion that this card is simply not engineered to dissipate the heat that even this relatively low-power GPU generates. This is especially disappointing because I've had nothing but good results in the past with Gigabyte products.
This about it. Windows 7 and XP installed their own VGA drivers which have limited choice of resolution, means the screen picture is flattened (top/bottom).
The culprit, probably, is the Motherboard. It does not have a newest BIOS updates. Nevertheless, this card did not work for me, when ATI Radion 4xxx series does. I had many negative experiences with NVIDIA in the past. I thought they, finally, started to build better cards. Looks like not in my time frame (starting from 1997).
I can't recommend this card.
THE BAD: 16 cuda cores only. (Blu-ray/MKV nice and smooth but no gaming here) No 4K support. Only supports bit-streaming of non-HD codecs. (Win7/8) However it will MPCM what ever you want at 96khz 24bit over HDMI. So really a non-issue unless you're some insane audiophile conspiracist.
Get a GT-630 0db card if you want bit-streaming for HD codecs, but it takes up two slots.
Had to stop using this card. It overheats. I even under-clocked it as low as it would go, removed my HTPCs case and it still ran at 95 to 105c, yes "C." Auto shutdown happens around 105c.
I am using the 0db GT630 once again. Its larger cooler keeps it cool. Of course now I have no room for my USB3 expansion card since the GT630 occupies two slots. :\
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