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ASUS Releases the GT 520 Graphics Card

ASUS Releases the GT 520 Graphics Card

Silent, fanless design perfect for Home-Theater PCs

ASUS has released the ASUS GT 520, a graphics card that combines great performance with a low profile that is perfectly suited to be used in an HTPC. With an innovative fanless design, the GT 520 efficiently and silently dissipates heat while still offering outstanding graphics performance. 1GB of DDR3 memory and Microsoft DirectX11 support means the GT 520 displays the latest in multimedia entertainment with ease.

Silent but visually vibrant

Based on the NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 GPU, the ASUS GT 520 is equipped with an efficiently designed heatsink that passively cools the GT 520 so absolutely no sound is produced while running. This ensures a quiet environment, and combined with the low profile of the graphics card makes it perfect for hushed gaming and multimedia enjoyment via home theater PCs and multimedia centers.

Full HD multimedia enjoyment

Although the GT 520 has a small profile, it features DirectX11 hardware to ensure the latest graphics technologies such as NVIDIA PhysX and CUDA are fully supported. The GT 520 is great for gaming, but also speeds up the editing of videos and photos. Enjoy a richer web experience with GPU accelerated browsers like Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 9. Brilliant Full HD 1080p video playback displayed through native HDMI is fast and smooth, while Dual-link DVI is able to drive the industry’s largest and highest resolution flat-panel displays up to 2560x1600. A D-sub connection is also available, with all three housed in a low profile bracket for added convenience.

Specifications
Model ENGT520 SILENT/DI/1GD3(LP)
Graphics Engine NVIDIA GeForce GT 520
Bus Standard PCI Express 2.0
Video Memory 1024MB DDR3
Engine Clock 810MHz
Shader Clock 1620MHz
Memory Clock 1200MHz (600MHz DDR3)
Memory Interface 64bit
RAMDAC 400MHz
DVI Max. Resolution 2560 x 1600
D-Sub Output Yes x 1 (Native)
DVI Output Yes x 1 (Native Dual-link DVI-I)
HDMI Output Yes x 1 (Native)
HDCP compliant Yes

 

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