ASUS GeForce GT 520 Low Profile 1024MB GDDR3 PCI-Express Passive Graphics Card
Core: 810MHz, Memory: 1024MB 1200MHz GDDR3, Stream Processors: 96, Shader Clock: 1620MHz, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty.
Description:The latest addition to the Nvidia 5xx series graphics cards is the GT520 fully equipped with the most advanced 3D features including DirectX 11 and Physx bringing new levels of realism to 3D applications plus improved processing power thanks to the embedded CUDA technology which utilises the GPU cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks, all designed to maximise your home theatre experience.
The Asus ENGT520 SILENT/DI/1GD3(LP) Provides fully integrated support for 1.3a HDMI allowing for outstandingly deep video colour and 7.1 digital surround sound, essential for any future proof home theatre system. The included low profile bracket ensures perfect compatibility with even the smallest mini ITX form factor and to finish off the ENGT520 SILENT/DI/1GD3(LP) is equipped with a fully passive heat-sink producing a 0db sound level even at peak operation, perfect for all usage scenarios in today's performance demanding era.
• Passive Heatsink: 0db operation for silent running.
• Low Profile Bracket Bundled: Ensures perfect compatibility with even the smallest mini ITX form factor.
• Gamer OSD: Real-time overclocking, benchmarking and video capturing in any PC game!
• Splendid: Watching movies on PC is as good as on Top-of-the-line consumer television.
• Microsoft Windows 7 Support: Enable PC users to enjoy an advanced computing experience.
• DirectX 11 Ready: Bring new levels of visual realism to gaming.
• NVIDIA PhysX ready: Dynamic visual effects like blazing explosions, reactive debris, realistic water, and lifelike characters.
• GeForce® CUDA Support: Unlocks the power of GPU’s processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks.
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Manufacturer Phone||01442 265548|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by BobH
I have a HP compaq dc 5700 small form factor with s spare PCI 16 slot. However there is only a small amount of height in the case. Would this card fit with e supplied low profile bracket. If not can you recommend a suitable card (256mb will be fine)
Thanks Bob Harding
Low profile cards are a standard size, so if the PC takes low profile cards this should fit.
HOWEVER, the spec for that system says "2 low profile PCI, 1 low profile PCI Express x1" - note that PCI and PCI-E are NOT the same, so I do not think that this would work; your system seems to support only PCI (not Express) graphics cards, which you may have to track down on the second hand market as they have not been manufactured for a number of years now.
I got this information from here:
(under 'Expansion Slot').
Comment by mikemanc
Is this greater or equal to an nVidia 7800? There are no 7000, 8000 or 9000 series nvidia cards on here to compare it to.
Should be very slightly better than a 7800GTX in terms of raw processing, and will provide a few other bells and whistles such as DX11 support. The nVidia 7XXX, 8XXX and 9XXX series cards are pretty much ancient history now, we still get them in stock occasionally, but they are now few and far between.
Support active 3d? by techno
Does this card support active 3D? I see in the spec it is HDMI 1.3a, I thought HDMI 1.4 and above was required for active 3D?
No, this card does not support any form of S3D - active or passive.
Question by james
ALiveSATA2-GLAN will it be compatible
yes it should be
HDCP by Gingr
Hi, I've had a mare buying passively cooled video cards that were supposed to be HDCP compliant and aren't. Is this definitely HDCP compliant so I can watch Blue Rays?
i belive this should be hdcp compliant though i cannot guarantee that , the nvidia website says it supports blueray 3d so i guess you shouldnt have problems with bluerays , it does mention however that you will need a software program like the ones provided by cyberlink/arcsoft etc to play blueray3d