Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card

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ASUS GT 710 is the fantastic graphics card engineered with a highly-efficient 0dB thermal design, it dissipates heat in complete silence and makes ASUS GT 710 the perfect choice for your PC build. It has 5012MHz memory speed and is backed by a 3 years manufacturers warranty.

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  • $98.92 - July 8, 2020
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Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card
Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card

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My ASUS Nvidia GeForce GT-710 GT710 SL 2GD5 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card Review

This is a brief review of my My ASUS Nvidia GeForce GT-710 GT710 SL 2GD5 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card.

Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card Videos

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Price history for Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card
Latest updates:
  • $98.92 - July 8, 2020
  • $71.06 - April 16, 2020
Since: April 16, 2020
  • Highest Price: $98.92 - July 8, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $71.06 - April 16, 2020

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for Asus 90YV0AL1-M0NA00 GeForce GT710 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card

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  1. Mark Dilley

    Even though it’s an older card, the 2gb GDDR5 ram helps speed things up. Not a card for gaming with anything current, this can be a great addition to an older system to breath a little life into it for a decent price. I put this into a 10 year old Compaq desktop that only had onboard video and now it can be used to watch YouTube and Crunchyroll and even play some older games. Windows 10 didn’t recognize the card at first but after using the GeForce Experience and letting it update the drivers everything went smoothly. If you need to do current gen gaming this isn’t the card for you look elsewhere, but what it does for the price is great.

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  2. Yuriy Tsurikov

    This card consume only 8 watt in idle mode and max 16 watt when fully loaded. if you CPU has also passive cooling and consume 23-35 watt, you can use low power (200 watt peak) power supply with passive cooling too.

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  3. SweetChocs

    My family and I have had lots of problems with our desktop computer over the last six weeks, with me getting LOTS of help from friends and also doing lots of SEARCHES on the Google Search Engine, trying to find out (apparently the technical jargon is “isolate”) WHY I keep getting lots of pixelated images on our Computer Screen i.e. pictures come across like they ARE lots of small SQUARE TILES all put together.. NO MATTER how often I wiped out and reinstalled the WINDOWS 10 PRO Operating System (with help from You-Tube and Q & As from various google searches)…Anyway, in the end, I twigged (i.e. had the brilliant idea) that perhaps it might be the GRAPHICS CARD & its drivers that may have become corrupted..By the way, having done some searches on the internet, I was able to find out that we had an ASUS MOTHERBOARD (ASUS A8HM-PLUS) with an AMD PROCESSOR (CPU) A8-6600K with an AMD RADEON HD 8570D Graphics soldered to the processor (Now no longer manufactured)… I decided on the ASUS PCIe 2.0 GT710, as from a previous person’s Review, I KNEW it wouldn’t overload our computer or make it ground to a halt. Apparently the power supply to the previous Reviewer’s Computer was ONLY 90W…It therefore gave me hope that our little computer (built for us a few years ago) with a POWER SUPPLY UNIT (PSU) of 250W would be able to cope with the GRAPHICS CARD installed….[Apparently PCIe which stands for ‘Peripheral Component Interconnect Express’ {I looked it up!], is the way a lot of Accessories or Peripherals such as Printers, Graphics Cards, WiFi Network Modules etc now connect to a computer via the motherboard, with PCIe Version 2 or PCIe 2.0 being the outgoing standard, and PCIe 3.0, the latest version].However, my biggest problem was HOW to install the GRAPHICS card… Therefore, having read lots of helpful advice on the internet and watched quite a few videos on the internet via the GOOGLE SEARCH ENGINE, I was able to OPEN UP our Computer Case , ascertain where the PCIe Slot was on our Computer Motherboard, WORK OUT that the 4cm or so black ridge at the bottom of the ASUS GT 710 Graphics Card was a protective cap to ensure the delicate microchip was NOT damaged, INSTALL the graphics card by aligning it with the PCIe 3.0 slot on our Computer (Apparently from what I read a PCIe 2.0 or PCIe 1.0 slot would be just as effective, though the PCIe 1.0 slot would NOT make as good a use of the capabilities of the Graphics Card), FIRMLY press it in, pull out one of the metal tabs (some of them are Plastics about 7cm by 2cm approx at the back of the computer case where the GRAPHICS CARD CONNECTORS stick out i.e. VGA, HMDI & DVI sockets which are part of this particular Graphics Card would NOW be Visible), PRESS the newly-installed Graphics Card through the empty slot created by taking off the metal tab, Use a screw to FURTHER tighten the Graphics CARD to the Computer Case and FINALLY, Close up the Computer Case, Put back all the cables, Dongles & Wi-fi Extender Antennae I unplugged and Start up my Computer again…After turning on our Computer, All I needed to do THEN was insert the CD that came with the Graphics Card in our Computer DVD-RW Slot ( a CDRW – Compact Disc Rewrite Slot would also suffice), GRANT PERMISSION 1st to ASUS and then to ADOBE READER XI to make changes to our Computer, MAKE ADOBE READER the default PDF Reader on our Computer, Navigate to the DVD Drive and click on the “Setup.exe File (If you’re wary, you can always use your installed Anti-malware application to run a quick scan on the GRAPHICS CARD CD Files BEFORE Clicking on the Setup.exe Files), Choose what you want to install (I chose the options of Google Toolbar, Adobe Reader, the various GRAPHICS CARD Accessories except Google Chrome, as I had been having lots of issues with my Windows 10 Computer recently with regards to the GOOGLE CHROME & FIREFOX Desktop Browsers since I last installed the WINDOWS 10 Most Recent Updates)… And that’s it!… Sorry for my very long review, I hope you have found it Helpful reading it, and it assists you in making your Graphics Card Purchase… Thank you so much for READING….

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