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eVGA 512-P3-1300-LR 8400GS PCI-E 512MB GDDR3 Video Card with HDMI

eVGA 512-P3-1300-LR 8400GS PCI-E 512MB GDDR3 Video Card with HDMI
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General Features:

  • eVGA 512-P3-1300-LR Video Card
  • Powered by an nVidia GeForce 8400GS GPU
  • Allows the use of two monitors through one adaptor
  • Integrated DDR3 memory offers improved graphics capabilities
  • Capable of bringing full 1080p video to your PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Port
  • Bus Type
    • PCI Express x16 2.0
  • Processing Capacity
    • nVidia GeForce 8400 GS
    • Core Clock: 600MHz
    • Shader Clock: 1230MHz
    • Stream Processors: 8
  • Memory
    • Effective Memory Clock: 600MHz
    • Memory Size: 512MB
    • Memory Interface: 32-bit
    • Memory Type: DDR3
  • Ports
    • One (1) HDMI
    • One (1) DVI
    • One (1) VGA
  • Resolution
    • Max Resolution: 2048 x 1536
  • Standards/Support
    • DirectX 10
    • Supports OpenGL
    • HDCP Ready
    • Supports Dual-Link DVI
    • HDCP Ready
    • 6.23" x 2.71"3

Package Includes

  • One (1) eVGA 512-P3-1300-LR Video Card

Item#: EZ6786
Brand: EVGA
MPN: 512-P3-1300-LR
Compatibility: Compatible with PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Ports
Packaging: OEM
Availability: In Stock

Condition: New

By DAVE KAISER from Syracuse, ut on January 20, 2012
By Customer Service on January 20, 2012

The card itself is not 64bit, but does support 64bit operating systems. You can find those drivers here:

By C from Prinville, Oregon on October 6, 2012
I noticed that this card had dual link DVIand was wondering if it came with the adapter/splitter to make use of the dual monitor feature of the card.
By Customer Service on October 8, 2012

No, this card does not come with an cables/adapters, you can find our selection of video cables and adapters here:

By deborah from Jacksonville, Fl on July 16, 2012
don't know if this applies to this item, but looking for a card for my asus gt50-vt to replace the Nvidia 9800ms that has quit on me
By Customer Service on July 17, 2012

Unfortunately this graphics card is for a desktop computer and not a laptop.

By David from Mesa, Arizona on March 2, 2013
I have your Motherboard combo of the ECS A780LM-M2 mobo. the docs included with this combo reports that it has the PCI Express slot that is fully compliant for Revision 1.1
will this card operate at this Rev level?
By Customer Service on March 4, 2013

PCIe x16 cards are fully backwards compatible with prior revisions, so this card will work just fine with your motherboard.

By Jeremy from RI on July 10, 2012
Can this file suppoet windows 7? I had one it was telling me That it only supports direct x 9
By Customer Service on July 11, 2012

Here is a a link tot he manufacturer's website for the GeForce 8 series drivers:

This card is capable of running on Windows 7 and has a driver for the operating system there.

By Jeremy from RI on July 10, 2012
Can this file support windows 7? I had one. but my pc was telling me That it only supports direct x 9 video cards.
By Customer Service on July 11, 2012

yes, here is a link to the nvidia website for drivers for the GeForce 8 series \cards:

By Tuan from sanford, nc on October 15, 2012
would this fit on ASRock N68C-GS FX AM3+ mATX Motherboard?

By Pierre M from Vancouver, BC on September 20, 2016
can I replace my current GeForce 8300 GS with this card?
By Customer Service on September 20, 2016

Absolutely! This card would be a suitable replacement for the 8300 GS

By bruce from pa on March 8, 2013
is this a good card to put in my dell pc so i can hook up to my sharp aquos smart tv to veiw movies on my tv?
By Customer Service on March 8, 2013

So long as you have a vacant PCI-Express x16 slot, this card should work just fine for your needs.

Check out this page for an example of the type of port you'll need to have.

By James C Robinson from NC on August 13, 2012
I have the ASRock n68C-GS FX. . Will the improve it
By Customer Service on August 13, 2012

Yes, this will be an improvement over t6he onboard graphics on your motherboard.

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