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Asus GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA DVI Graphics Card Graphic Cards GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM

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Make your entire PC experience faster with the EVGA GeForce GT 710 dedicated graphics card. Now, you can enjoy up to 10x better performance than integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications. Take on modern games with advanced and reliable dedicated graphics. 80% faster performance…

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  • $52.94 - August 9, 2020
  • $56.81 - July 8, 2020
  • $59.02 - May 28, 2020
  • $59.04 - April 30, 2020
  • $54.11 - April 16, 2020
Since: April 16, 2020
  • Highest Price: $59.04 - April 30, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $52.94 - August 9, 2020
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Asus GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA DVI Graphics Card Graphic Cards GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM
Asus GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA DVI Graphics Card Graphic Cards GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM

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ASUS GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA DVI Graphics Card Graphic Cards

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Price history for EVGA GeForce GT 710 2GB Low Profile 02G-P3-2713-KR Graphics Card
Latest updates:
  • $52.94 - August 9, 2020
  • $56.81 - July 8, 2020
  • $59.02 - May 28, 2020
  • $59.04 - April 30, 2020
  • $54.11 - April 16, 2020
Since: April 16, 2020
  • Highest Price: $59.04 - April 30, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $52.94 - August 9, 2020

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3 reviews for Asus GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA DVI Graphics Card Graphic Cards GT710-SL-2GD5-CSM

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  1. E. Frank Ball

    I got this for my home theater computer, it’s a first generation i5-650, so it needs help. I have a UHD (4k) TV and a FHD (1920×1080) monitor on the side. It runs about 40 deg C when idle and only about 57 deg C when busy. I have a large desktop PC case with only one fan in the case and one in the power supply.I’m using it with Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and MythTV. 1920×1080 @ 60Hz looks great and the CPU load running MythTV with the “VDPAU Advanced” setting is almost nothing. A big improvement over the 9400 GT it replaced, and it only uses 40% of the power and there’s no fan.Netflix or YouTube at 1080 @ 60Hz work great – the CPU gets a little busy, but it handles it.YouTube at 2160 @ 30Hz bogs and stutters. This card does not have VP9 codec support (used for YouTube 1440 & 2160 videos). I installed the Chrome extension H264ify so that YouTube will use H.264 codec for 1440 & 2160 videos and then they play smoothly, but the CPU is near max.This card also does NOT support HEVC / H.265 which is used by Netflix for 4k video, and It cannot do 4k/60Hz. If you want good 4k/60Hz performance you need a GTX 950, which also supports HEVC for Netflix 4k.

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  2. PhotoGraphics

    Although my desktop computer is a workhorse business-grade workstation, the way I bought it was in its basic configuration. I did that purposely so I could add my own preference of upgrades. I do have a work computer dedicated to high-end video, photo and graphics editing and another dedicated to gaming, but I wanted to be able to do both from time-to-time on my home PC where I usually work of projects.That being said, no one including me will ever say this card is a high-end gaming/graphics card. It isn’t. But don’t believe that anything low-end is without merit, or as I saw one claim that the onboard video that comes with a basic computer is better than any low-end graphics card. Logic says that shared memory vs. dedicated memory and a card optimized for graphics can be a useful and valuable upgrade. Note that the company classifies this as a Corporate Stable Model. What does that mean? I asked and the answer was simply that products with that designation are designed for business to be compatible with a wide range of operating systems and hardware and to have enhanced product support not usually available with consumer-grade products. Maybe the most intriguing is what they call advance-swap – if you’re having trouble with your card they let you keep it in service until they send you a replacement, so you’re not left with a non-working computer for days or weeks. Owning a business I know that can mean running task-intensive software, the need for stable graphic performance, and the expectation that the components in a business computer likely will be powered on and often in use 24/7.But which one to choose? There are so many brands with so many specs that sound similar but fall down when it comes to the quality of the components, which can result in intermittent performance, not actually achieving expected performance or early failure. So for me the place to start is with the ASUS brand name. The people who really know about graphics cards rarely disagree about the fact that this company is fanatical about quality.After that decision I found that reading what others have to say doesn’t mean much, there are so many variables when it comes to every other component in their computer system, what apps they are using, how bogged down with apps their computer is, the list goes on … this is one product that I believe the only way to know if it is going to work for you is to get it and try it in your systems for your unique purposes.So the first hint I think can be useful if you are in a daze and simply don’t know which one to choose is to look at the fine print above. Every item here has a date of first sale (you can actually do a sort by several parameters and one of them is to list the most recently added products in any category). You’ll find that some of the video graphics cards still being sold here can go back as far as Windows XP or even earlier. Not coincidentally, it seems the number one reason people say they aren’t satisfied with a graphics card is that it isn’t compatible with newer operating systems like WIN10. By buying a card like this that was designed and manufactured after WIN10 was introduced and has drivers included written for WIN10 you’ve upped your chances of 100% compatibility a lot and took a big step toward future compatibility as well.So, after several weeks of research and saving at least a dozen semi-finalists to my cart, this is the one I chose. And I think I did good, it works extremely well, it’s such a breath of fresh air for something to just work like it’s supposed to.Two final words of caution: I don’t have any problems with the most popular search engine that starts with G—, it’s always been my preferred search engine. But if you don’t want their chrome or their search bar option please note that both are set to install by default unless you catch it and opt out. You have to uncheck them if you don’t want them. The other heads-up is just my duh mistake – the card ships with a plastic protective piece over the contacts. I didn’t see it and tried to insert it into the motherboard. Hmm, it wouldn’t go into the slot. Hey, don’t laugh at me, at least I caught it before trying to force it in.

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  3. RasPiCase

    Title is EXTREMELY dishonest and misleading. CSM means something totally different to ASUS, apparently. I thought it meant compatibility with older systems that don’t use UEFI as their boot firmware. Apparently not. I plugged it in and there was no video output from the card. I installed all the drivers from the CD, website, etc under Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. Still nothing. Heat sinks got warm so I knew it was drawing power, and I have a 300w PSU (the minimum for the card according to the box). It said absolutely nothing about requiring UEFI. Now I’m stuck buying a different card for this PC.I guess I’m lucky that my other desktop was compatible with this card, so it’s not a total waste. But it did not work in the system it was intended for, which I found quite frustrating and disappointing. This is the first and last ASUS product I’ll be buying, due to misleading advertising. Everything else was as advertised and quality is fine. But when the card won’t display video output at all it’s a bit of a show-stopper.

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