NVIDIA has released three versions of the GeForce GT 730 GPU series. Cards based on this GPU series have only PCIe 2.0 support, and they will fill the market niche for GeForce 700 low-end desktop graphics.
The top-end version of GT 730 has support for GDDR5 video memory, coupled with a 64-bit wide interface. This card’s GPU features 384 CUDA cores, and has a clock speed of 902MHz, while its 1GB of video memory is rated to operate at 5000MHz. The middle-of-the-road GT 730 features 2GB of DDR3 video memory, coupled with a 64-bit wide interface. Like the top-end GT 730, this particular version also has a clock speed of 902MHz, with 384 CUDA cores. Its memory modules have an operating clock speed of 1800MHz.
The third version of GT 730 features only 96 CUDA cores, and it has a clock speed of 700MHz. It has 1GB of DDR3 video memory, with a clock speed of 1800MHz. But its interface is wider at 128-bit. Given the confusing specifications for each version of the GeForce GT 730, end-users are strongly advised to check the card’s exact specification before purchase. In the meantime, let us check out what the add-in card manufacturers have brought to the table.