|商品尺寸||14.48 x 5.08 x 6.88 cm; 453.59 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
|形状大小||Low Profile Ready|
|屏幕分辨率||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|显卡芯片||GeForce GT 730|
EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC 2GB GDDR502G-P4-6332-KR 低调，被动式
<LI><SPAN class=a-list-item>Real Base Clock: 1290 MHz/Real Boost Clock: 1544 MHz; Memory Detail: 2048MB GDDR5 </SPAN> <LI><SPAN class=a-list-item>EVGA GeForce GT 1030 - Super clocked performance </SPAN> <LI><SPAN class=a-list-item>2x faster than Intel Core i5 integrated Graphics </SPAN> <LI><SPAN class=a-list-item>Includes Low profile bracket </SPAN> <LI><SPAN class=a-list-item>3 year Warranty & EVGA </SPAN></LI>
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You either have to get a tiny screw driver on that screw at a steep angle with the shroud on, or remove the shroud by removing the 7 or 8 screws that hold the fan on! (no, the cosmetic hunk of plastic doesn't just snap off). I didn't want to remove the fan as that would probably remove the heat sync requiring more heat transfer paste, etc. If they needed that extra support (as no other adapter on earth ever has) they could have afixed a thread to the face of the board and screwed the bracket on from the OUTSIDE!
I've owned probably a dozen EVGA graphics adapters, and have always thought of it as a go-to brand, so this Varsity-level stupidity really caught me off guard.
There are NO instructions covering any of this in the box, on the box, or on the included (generic) driver disc.
Given that the GPU is passively cooled I was very curious to see how it would perform thermally. While periodically checking temps in windows outside of games it was typically around 42-43C. For gaming thermals I ran it through it's paces in Unigine and a few games monitoring the GPU temps & clocks via MSI afterburner using complete factory default settings. Basically until the GPU hits ~83C the GPU core clock stays around 1.7GHz. Upon hitting ~83C it will begin to throttle the GPU clock down to around 1.5-1.6GHz and stay in that range while fluctuating from about 81-83C. Memory clock was pegged at 3GHz and never moved.
Anecdotal game experiences:
World of Warcraft: At settings 5 and foreground FPS cap set to 66 it held 60+ in most zones while I was testing. In the Auction house and Uldir 45-50 FPS seemed to be the norm. Completely playable.
Overwatch: On High at 1080p with render scale set to 100% ~45-50FPS seemed to be the average. On Medium with auto render scale it stayed pegged at 60+
In any event for a passively cooled GPU for a budget SFF HTPC this is more than I could have hoped for.