MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Single Fan Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 2GD3 LP)

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Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $51.99.

  • Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GT 710; Maximum displays: 2
  • Video memory: 2gb DDR3/memory clock: 1600 MHz/memory interface: 64 bit
  • 300w system power supply requirement; Interface is PCI express 2.0 x16 uses x8
  • Connectors: VGA, dvi d dual link, HDMI; Form factor: Low profile.Avoid using unofficial software
  • HDMI connectors is maximum resolution 4096 x 2160 at 24 hertz; DVI connectors is maximum resolution 2560 x 1600 at 60 hertz
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MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Single Fan Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 2GD3 LP)
MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Single Fan Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 2GD3 LP)

Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $51.99.

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Specification: MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Single Fan Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 2GD3 LP)

Max Screen Resolution

‎4096 x 2160

Memory Speed

‎1600 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Nvidia GeForce

Chipset Brand

‎NVIDIA

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎2 GB

Brand

‎MSI

Series

‎GT 710 2GB GDRR3

Item model number

‎GT 710 2GD3 LP

Item Weight

‎5.1 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.75 x 0.75 x 2.72 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.75 x 0.75 x 2.72 inches

Department

‎accessories general

Manufacturer

‎MSI Computer

Country of Origin

‎China

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎March 30, 2016

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Single Fan Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 2GD3 LP)

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  1. redragons

    Installée dans mon Dell Optiplex 780 SFF ,fourni avec équerre low profile. J’ai téléchargé les drivers chez moi.com.tw et installation nickel sous windows 10 pro 64

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  2. redragons

    I was nervous at buying such a cheap graphics card to complete my build, but this passive graphics card is fantastic. It powers from the cpu, so no extra cabling, and it does not falter when playing video or desktop programs. It is not a gaming card, but if all you do is desktop programs, this is entirely enough. I bought the cheapest version I could possibly buy, which is the one gig, and I have never encountered any flickers, fluctuations, or problems in display. It is plug and Play and is very straightforward, I highly recommend this card for desktop applications.

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  3. Al A.

    (Review is for the GT 710 2GD3 LP)

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    UPDATE 12/17/2019:
    I just picked up a new HDTV, the Samsung 43″ model UN43NU6900BXZA which offers 4K and UHD. Amazon carries it as does Bestbuy and others locally. It may be a baseline model, but, wow, the pic quality is extremely crisp and clean. The MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 2GB is working perfectly with my new 4K Samsung, using my Mac Pro running Mojave.

    This card supports 4K and there was no adjustments in settings needed for setup, the card and my 4K Samsung communicated perfectly and my Mac Pro make the resolution settngs seamlessly in the background upon connecting.
    The quality of my Mac Pro now (running Mojave for the present) is stellar. Details, fine text, screen fit, contrast, color…etc…it all looks superb.

    If you are considering a 4K display upgrade, YES, this card will work perfectly with it!
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    I needed an inexpensive card to upgrade my Mac Pro 5.1 mid-2012 and this card works perfectly for that. No power cable needed and a very small profile that won’t get in the way of other cards and slots. It is self powered by the PCIe bus so no power cable was needed.

    Of course there is no boot screen during boot nor a way to select which drive to boot from if you have more than one OS drive. You can easily though, change the “start-up” drive once the OS is booted and loaded in System Preferences, so not a big deal for me.

    I am using the HDMI output to a Samsung 1080 HDTV and there was no need to tweak screen fit or anything. The card booted right up to a perfect screen display.

    I’ve tried a few other Apple recommended cards in the past and honestly, none did any better than this. I returned one at over $150 simply because I decided to wait for a lower priced card to do the same thing and this MSI card does! Additionally, this card seems to wake my Mac out of sleep very quickly. The older cards I tried seemed very sluggish to do that, this card seems much more responsive to wake my Mac. A Win-Win in here!

    HMDI won’t pass the audio, but, no cards out there will do that unless specifically made for a Mac Pro and flashed correctly. I have optical and digital output on my M. Pro so not a biggie.

    The card seems responsive and fast and at some point I will do a “Geekbench” test. The 1080 on my Samsung HDTV looks crisp and clear output from this card. I would say 1080 looks slightly better on this card than my old OEM one that came installed on my Mac. Small icon seems a bit crisper and clearer. Close to the old card, but, there is definitely a bit of improvement there.

    The card is fan cooled and since I won’t be gaming with this desktop, it should run very cool routinely.

    5 Stars all around and a great way to upgrade an older Mac Pro on the cheap.

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  4. Jean-Pierre GRILLOT

    I bought this to use as a temporary graphics card for my old PC so that I can still access it (downgrading from a GTX 1060 6GB which I have temporarily had to put in my new PC build due to the graphic card shortage).

    I cannot vote much for the gaming because I have not used it for that purpose. It seems capable of loading websites with a lot of graphics content. It doesn’t look too safe for gaming due to the lack of fans to cool the GPU.

    A good card for browsing and VERY low intensive games.

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  5. Scarlet

    Je suis vraiment très satisfait de cette carte graphique Nvidia GeForce GT 710 1 GB DDR3 954 MHz.
    En effet, j’ai pu l’installer sans aucune difficulté sur un ordinateur de bureau HP Z620.
    La carte graphique a été reconnu immédiatement par la carte mère et le système d’exploitation. (Testes réalisés sous Windows 7, Windows 10, Kali Linux)
    Je recommande cette carte graphique Nvidia GeForce pour les petits budgets.

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  6. Anon Customer

    I bought this for an Inspiron 3647 running Windows 10 and it took me ELEVEN hours to figure out how to install it…because I’m a noob. Solution is in last paragraph if you don’t want to read about my trials and tribulations.

    My pc has only VGA and HDMI for monitor output, and the HDMI quit working. I wanted to have a dual monitor setup and I had an empty PCIe slot, so I figured I’d get a graphics card. My main monitor was VGA and I was hoping to get the 2nd (an old monitor I brought from work so I could work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic) into HDMI. Got the card inserted into the slot and powered everything back up. BLACK SCREEN!!! Not even the integrated graphics VGA worked! I had no clue what to do! I powered down, took the graphics card back out and was able to see via the VGA again.

    The product did not come with a cd for the driver, so I went to the NVIDIA website to download it. Got the .exe going, but it wouldn’t let me run the install wizard because it couldn’t detect the card. (Nooo duhhh…because I had to take the card out to even SEE how to get to the website to download the driver!!!) Only the integrated graphics showed up under display in Device Manager.

    I thought that maybe my HDMI cable was bad so I tested them out with the laptop. They worked great. Turns out the old monitor from work was no good. Back to the drawing board. I scoured tons of forums for solutions and pored over them for hours.

    One solution was to boot up in safe mode and enable the PCIe slot in BIOS. So, I go to BIOS and there is absolutely NOTHING about graphics, video interface, northbound or southbound (or whatever it is) settings…NOTHING. Spent about an hour trying to read up on BIOS and where else it could possibly be. Couldn’t find a thing. So I decided to look up if I should update my BIOS. After all, I was running version A04. I got conflicting answers about whether or not I should – this did not really help me at all.

    I tried to find out how I could even update the BIOS…I didn’t know where to go. My search led me to Dell’s website, where I input the service code of my pc and it showed me about 11 different updates it needed to do – one of which was a BIOS marked URGENT! Matter of fact, it was wanting to update to BIOS version A11!!! No WONDER I was having trouble! Intel’s website told me, if I understood it correctly, that I could not use an external graphics card in addition to the integrated graphics card…that only one would be active. That bummed me out because in order to make the graphics card fit, I had to take off the VGA port and install it with the smallest bracket, which only left me with HDMI and DVI. I was hoping to use the integrated VGA and the HDMI on the new graphics card.

    Solution: I updated my BIOS to the latest version, enabled Intel Multi-Display in BIOS, and was then able to continue the NVIDIA control panel installation, which enabled my new graphics card. I was also able to use the integrated VGA AND the HDMI on the new graphics card with no trouble! Hopefully, this poor sap is able to help another poor sap out. 🙂

    Con: My only con (other than the legwork required for me to install it – but that is most likely due to my pc being old) is that the fan is noisier than I expected.

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  7. Hector R.

    Llevo tres con la tarjeta gráfica y sigue siendo una gran opción.
    Funciona bien, renderiza video 4K muy rápido.
    Además, NVIDIA Broadcast tiene funcoines de edición de video en tiempo real muy interesantes como seguimiento de ojos, chroma jey, sustitución de fondos, limpieza de ruidos…

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