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Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card

Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card

Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
Gigabyte GV-N1030OC-2GI Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card
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Features

  • Powered by GeForce GT 1030
  • Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory
  • Supports HDMI 4K@60 hertz. Digital max resolution 4096 X 2160
  • Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing
  • One click overclocking via AORUS Graphics Engine
  • Form factor: ATX. DirectX: 12

Description

Powered by GeForce GT 1030 and integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory interface. Supports HDMI 4Kat60Hz Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing. Recommended PSU 300 Watts.


Max Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160


Memory Speed 6008 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 1030


Chipset Brand Nvidia


Card Description Integrated


Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB


Brand Gigabyte


Item model number GV-N1030OC-2GI


Item Weight 1 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Manufacturer Gigabyte


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 3, 2017


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 784 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available October 3, 2017


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Features

  • Powered by GeForce GT 1030
  • Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory
  • Supports HDMI 4K@60 hertz. Digital max resolution 4096 X 2160
  • Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing
  • One click overclocking via AORUS Graphics Engine
  • Form factor: ATX. DirectX: 12

Description

Powered by GeForce GT 1030 and integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory interface. Supports HDMI 4Kat60Hz Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing. Recommended PSU 300 Watts.


Max Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160


Memory Speed 6008 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 1030


Chipset Brand Nvidia


Card Description Integrated


Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB


Brand Gigabyte


Item model number GV-N1030OC-2GI


Item Weight 1 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Manufacturer Gigabyte


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 3, 2017


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 784 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available October 3, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Powered by GeForce GT 1030
  • Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory
  • Supports HDMI 4K@60 hertz. Digital max resolution 4096 X 2160
  • Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing
  • One click overclocking via AORUS Graphics Engine
  • Form factor: ATX. DirectX: 12

Description

Powered by GeForce GT 1030 and integrated with 2GB GDDR5 64 bit memory interface. Supports HDMI 4Kat60Hz Smooth 4K video playback and HTML5 web browsing. Recommended PSU 300 Watts.


Max Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160


Memory Speed 6008 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 1030


Chipset Brand Nvidia


Card Description Integrated


Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB


Brand Gigabyte


Item model number GV-N1030OC-2GI


Item Weight 1 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.6 x 4.3 x 1 inches


Manufacturer Gigabyte


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 3, 2017


ASIN B07646VQ6T


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 784 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available October 3, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews Anyone looking to game with this card because they're on a budget this is what you can expect. My Setup -Win10 -AMD FX 4300 - 3.80GHz -8G RAM -GeForce GT 1030 Games/Settings/FPS Borderlands 2 - Max Settings - 60-75fps WarThunder - Max Settings - 65-75fps DarkSouls 3 - Max Settings - 60-75fps Fallout 4 - Med/low Settings - 45-60fps Star Wars Battlefront - Med Setting - 55-60fps Paladins - Max Setting - Solid 75fps -Note this this is based on my setup + I have fully optimized my system for gaming and did a full defrag before benchmarking or testing any of these games. The card has not been tested on any of these games in OC Mode just Gaming Mode.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good Quality, Very Quiet, Great For Medium End Gaming.;;Sand Panda;;;My 8 yr old pc is certainly overdue to be replaced but it does what I need it to do. My only issue was that the video card fan was dying so it was either build a new pc or replace the video card and squeeze out a bit more from this relic. Of course with the GPU market being overpriced due to data mining it took me a while to figure out how much performance I was willing to pay for at this time, with maybe an eye towards this being used in a new pc build over the next year. Fortunately the extra research this required allowed me to stumble upon an issue I didn’t know I had. That issue is that a few years ago PC BIOS was replaced by UEFI and the latest video cards won’t even boot on what is referred to as ‘legacy’ bios. After some research I found that this 1030 card is one of the most recent cards which will boot with legacy bios and is why I selected it. It was also only around 70 bucks which made this an easy choice. It installed easily, I pulled down drivers from Nvidia, and all is well. This card was theoretically 50% faster than the card it was replacing but when I ran new benchmarks it only reflected a few percentage points in some tests and better in others. There are other bottlenecks on this old system so I’m not surprised but since I can’t install anything newer than this model, and my old card was dying, I’m still happy with this purchase.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;works with legacy bios;;SixtyFour;;;Great graphics card for casual to medium gaming. Runs Rocket League, CSGO, the 2011 version of Skyrim, and Fallout:NV at high/ultra settings in 1920x1080 at well over 60 fps. Also runs Fortnite at medium-high settings in 1920x1080 at around 50-60fps. Can run pretty much any non AAA title, as well as most AAA titles released before 2015/16 at decent settings (depending on your CPU and RAM, of course). It is very easy to install, just pop it into your PCI-e 16 slot on your motherboard, as it only requires 30W of power. It can fit into most medium to large sized cases (the actual dimensions of the card are 4.38in x 6.6in x 1.1in for WxLxH, not what it says on the Amazon page). It is also very quiet, even when it is running games. Overall, if you are looking to upgrade your system without spending over $100 and still getting solid performance for its price point, I highly recommend it.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great card for casual to medium gaming;;Di;;;Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC. I don't do any gaming on the PC, so I didn't need anything too special.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC ...;;C. Jones;;;I received my GT 1030 OC from Amazon Warehouse Deals (AWD) today and promptly installed it in my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t [Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q9450 @ 2.66 GHz 2.67 Ghz, 8GB RAM, Win10 64 bit, PCIe 2.0}...piece of cake, and backward compatible with PCIe 2.0. As other reviewers suggested, I didn't bother with the enclosed CD-I went to the Gigabyte website to install the latest drivers & the Aorus Engine, mainly to monitor the temperature due to past video card overheating experience (no gaming). I'm replacing a seven year old EVGA GT 520 card that's been recently having a problem with the fan- it stops turning at inappropriate times and overheats (I used canned air & a vacuum a few times in the last two months to get out any dust particles that might be unseen, which helps for awhile ). Last week, I tried an open-box Gigabyte GT 1030 silent low-profile (from AWD), but within minutes, it seemed to be running quite hot, despite multiple fans in my PC, so much so that it did sudden re-boots of my PC several times. It also had such a tall heatsink that it was smashing the firewire plug on my motherboard. Not sure if that had anything to do with the hot temp & multiple re-boots. I had to send it back. My power supply is a 385W that isn't maxed out so it's not that. This GT 1030 SC isn't as tall as the fan-less GT 1030, so it's well below the firewire plug and has been running fine without any re-booting issues. The temp has stayed around 37°(C) with standard PC use (no gaming, just watching videos, web surfing, MS Office, etc). So far, this card seems like the perfect replacement for an old PC like mine or newer machine. NOT reflected in my review rating is that I went with AWD to save a few dollars over a new item. I'm not opposed to an open-box product if it works as it should. I'll admit, I was initially concerned about the condition of the card when I saw the box's condition, but the card seems to function fine. AWD's description of the item was accurate. Everything is running great! :o) UPDATE April 25, 2019: Three months later, this card is still working great on my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t (no "gaming", just Microsoft Office 2016, graphics/photo editing, some video editing, Internet, machine embroidery digitizing & designing, etc.);;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;So far, So good! (non-gaming);;California Customer;;;Best bang for buck graphics card around, especially for those with smaller power supplies. Works great with a 300-watt supply. No extra 4 or 6 pin connector necessary.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great value card.;;Henry Hunt;;;The card ran fine initially and graphics are great. However, recently I connected a second monitor using its DVI output. It ran well for a couple weeks then out of the blue my second monitor just refuses to wake up. I tried a different monitor and a different DVI cable, still no luck. Reinstall drivers, roll back windows updates and all to no avail. Contacted Nvidia and windows support who guided me step by step and problem still cannot be resolved. Windows could not detect my second monitor anymore. My main monitor worked fine still (HDMI). Overall disappointed. Now, I have a partially working card with an idle second monitor... yes, first world issue but still I'm pissed.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Broken before a year is up;;bea

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sand Panda - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018
Good Quality, Very Quiet, Great For Medium End Gaming.
Anyone looking to game with this card because they're on a budget this is what you can expect. My Setup -Win10 -AMD FX 4300 - 3.80GHz -8G RAM -GeForce GT 1030 Games/Settings/FPS Borderlands 2 - Max Settings - 60-75fps WarThunder - Max Settings - 65-75fps DarkSouls 3 - Max Settings - 60-75fps Fallout 4 - Med/low Settings - 45-60fps Star Wars Battlefront - Med Setting - 55-60fps Paladins - Max Setting - Solid 75fps -Note this this is based on my setup + I have fully optimized my system for gaming and did a full defrag before benchmarking or testing any of these games. The card has not been tested on any of these games in OC Mode just Gaming Mode.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By SixtyFour - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
works with legacy bios
My 8 yr old pc is certainly overdue to be replaced but it does what I need it to do. My only issue was that the video card fan was dying so it was either build a new pc or replace the video card and squeeze out a bit more from this relic. Of course with the GPU market being overpriced due to data mining it took me a while to figure out how much performance I was willing to pay for at this time, with maybe an eye towards this being used in a new pc build over the next year. Fortunately the extra research this required allowed me to stumble upon an issue I didn’t know I had. That issue is that a few years ago PC BIOS was replaced by UEFI and the latest video cards won’t even boot on what is referred to as ‘legacy’ bios. After some research I found that this 1030 card is one of the most recent cards which will boot with legacy bios and is why I selected it. It was also only around 70 bucks which made this an easy choice. It installed easily, I pulled down drivers from Nvidia, and all is well. This card was theoretically 50% faster than the card it was replacing but when I ran new benchmarks it only reflected a few percentage points in some tests and better in others. There are other bottlenecks on this old system so I’m not surprised but since I can’t install anything newer than this model, and my old card was dying, I’m still happy with this purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Di - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018
Great card for casual to medium gaming
Great graphics card for casual to medium gaming. Runs Rocket League, CSGO, the 2011 version of Skyrim, and Fallout:NV at high/ultra settings in 1920x1080 at well over 60 fps. Also runs Fortnite at medium-high settings in 1920x1080 at around 50-60fps. Can run pretty much any non AAA title, as well as most AAA titles released before 2015/16 at decent settings (depending on your CPU and RAM, of course). It is very easy to install, just pop it into your PCI-e 16 slot on your motherboard, as it only requires 30W of power. It can fit into most medium to large sized cases (the actual dimensions of the card are 4.38in x 6.6in x 1.1in for WxLxH, not what it says on the Amazon page). It is also very quiet, even when it is running games. Overall, if you are looking to upgrade your system without spending over $100 and still getting solid performance for its price point, I highly recommend it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Jones - Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018
Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC ...
Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC. I don't do any gaming on the PC, so I didn't need anything too special.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By California Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
So far, So good! (non-gaming)
I received my GT 1030 OC from Amazon Warehouse Deals (AWD) today and promptly installed it in my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t [Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q9450 @ 2.66 GHz 2.67 Ghz, 8GB RAM, Win10 64 bit, PCIe 2.0}...piece of cake, and backward compatible with PCIe 2.0. As other reviewers suggested, I didn't bother with the enclosed CD-I went to the Gigabyte website to install the latest drivers & the Aorus Engine, mainly to monitor the temperature due to past video card overheating experience (no gaming). I'm replacing a seven year old EVGA GT 520 card that's been recently having a problem with the fan- it stops turning at inappropriate times and overheats (I used canned air & a vacuum a few times in the last two months to get out any dust particles that might be unseen, which helps for awhile ). Last week, I tried an open-box Gigabyte GT 1030 silent low-profile (from AWD), but within minutes, it seemed to be running quite hot, despite multiple fans in my PC, so much so that it did sudden re-boots of my PC several times. It also had such a tall heatsink that it was smashing the firewire plug on my motherboard. Not sure if that had anything to do with the hot temp & multiple re-boots. I had to send it back. My power supply is a 385W that isn't maxed out so it's not that. This GT 1030 SC isn't as tall as the fan-less GT 1030, so it's well below the firewire plug and has been running fine without any re-booting issues. The temp has stayed around 37°(C) with standard PC use (no gaming, just watching videos, web surfing, MS Office, etc). So far, this card seems like the perfect replacement for an old PC like mine or newer machine. NOT reflected in my review rating is that I went with AWD to save a few dollars over a new item. I'm not opposed to an open-box product if it works as it should. I'll admit, I was initially concerned about the condition of the card when I saw the box's condition, but the card seems to function fine. AWD's description of the item was accurate. Everything is running great! :o) UPDATE April 25, 2019: Three months later, this card is still working great on my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t (no "gaming", just Microsoft Office 2016, graphics/photo editing, some video editing, Internet, machine embroidery digitizing & designing, etc.)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Henry Hunt - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
Great value card.
Best bang for buck graphics card around, especially for those with smaller power supplies. Works great with a 300-watt supply. No extra 4 or 6 pin connector necessary.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By bea - Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
Broken before a year is up
The card ran fine initially and graphics are great. However, recently I connected a second monitor using its DVI output. It ran well for a couple weeks then out of the blue my second monitor just refuses to wake up. I tried a different monitor and a different DVI cable, still no luck. Reinstall drivers, roll back windows updates and all to no avail. Contacted Nvidia and windows support who guided me step by step and problem still cannot be resolved. Windows could not detect my second monitor anymore. My main monitor worked fine still (HDMI). Overall disappointed. Now, I have a partially working card with an idle second monitor... yes, first world issue but still I'm pissed.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sand Panda - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018
Good Quality, Very Quiet, Great For Medium End Gaming.
Anyone looking to game with this card because they're on a budget this is what you can expect. My Setup -Win10 -AMD FX 4300 - 3.80GHz -8G RAM -GeForce GT 1030 Games/Settings/FPS Borderlands 2 - Max Settings - 60-75fps WarThunder - Max Settings - 65-75fps DarkSouls 3 - Max Settings - 60-75fps Fallout 4 - Med/low Settings - 45-60fps Star Wars Battlefront - Med Setting - 55-60fps Paladins - Max Setting - Solid 75fps -Note this this is based on my setup + I have fully optimized my system for gaming and did a full defrag before benchmarking or testing any of these games. The card has not been tested on any of these games in OC Mode just Gaming Mode.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By SixtyFour - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
works with legacy bios
My 8 yr old pc is certainly overdue to be replaced but it does what I need it to do. My only issue was that the video card fan was dying so it was either build a new pc or replace the video card and squeeze out a bit more from this relic. Of course with the GPU market being overpriced due to data mining it took me a while to figure out how much performance I was willing to pay for at this time, with maybe an eye towards this being used in a new pc build over the next year. Fortunately the extra research this required allowed me to stumble upon an issue I didn’t know I had. That issue is that a few years ago PC BIOS was replaced by UEFI and the latest video cards won’t even boot on what is referred to as ‘legacy’ bios. After some research I found that this 1030 card is one of the most recent cards which will boot with legacy bios and is why I selected it. It was also only around 70 bucks which made this an easy choice. It installed easily, I pulled down drivers from Nvidia, and all is well. This card was theoretically 50% faster than the card it was replacing but when I ran new benchmarks it only reflected a few percentage points in some tests and better in others. There are other bottlenecks on this old system so I’m not surprised but since I can’t install anything newer than this model, and my old card was dying, I’m still happy with this purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Di - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018
Great card for casual to medium gaming
Great graphics card for casual to medium gaming. Runs Rocket League, CSGO, the 2011 version of Skyrim, and Fallout:NV at high/ultra settings in 1920x1080 at well over 60 fps. Also runs Fortnite at medium-high settings in 1920x1080 at around 50-60fps. Can run pretty much any non AAA title, as well as most AAA titles released before 2015/16 at decent settings (depending on your CPU and RAM, of course). It is very easy to install, just pop it into your PCI-e 16 slot on your motherboard, as it only requires 30W of power. It can fit into most medium to large sized cases (the actual dimensions of the card are 4.38in x 6.6in x 1.1in for WxLxH, not what it says on the Amazon page). It is also very quiet, even when it is running games. Overall, if you are looking to upgrade your system without spending over $100 and still getting solid performance for its price point, I highly recommend it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Jones - Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2018
Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC ...
Purchased this card to add 4K capability to my HTPC. I don't do any gaming on the PC, so I didn't need anything too special.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By California Customer - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
So far, So good! (non-gaming)
I received my GT 1030 OC from Amazon Warehouse Deals (AWD) today and promptly installed it in my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t [Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q9450 @ 2.66 GHz 2.67 Ghz, 8GB RAM, Win10 64 bit, PCIe 2.0}...piece of cake, and backward compatible with PCIe 2.0. As other reviewers suggested, I didn't bother with the enclosed CD-I went to the Gigabyte website to install the latest drivers & the Aorus Engine, mainly to monitor the temperature due to past video card overheating experience (no gaming). I'm replacing a seven year old EVGA GT 520 card that's been recently having a problem with the fan- it stops turning at inappropriate times and overheats (I used canned air & a vacuum a few times in the last two months to get out any dust particles that might be unseen, which helps for awhile ). Last week, I tried an open-box Gigabyte GT 1030 silent low-profile (from AWD), but within minutes, it seemed to be running quite hot, despite multiple fans in my PC, so much so that it did sudden re-boots of my PC several times. It also had such a tall heatsink that it was smashing the firewire plug on my motherboard. Not sure if that had anything to do with the hot temp & multiple re-boots. I had to send it back. My power supply is a 385W that isn't maxed out so it's not that. This GT 1030 SC isn't as tall as the fan-less GT 1030, so it's well below the firewire plug and has been running fine without any re-booting issues. The temp has stayed around 37°(C) with standard PC use (no gaming, just watching videos, web surfing, MS Office, etc). So far, this card seems like the perfect replacement for an old PC like mine or newer machine. NOT reflected in my review rating is that I went with AWD to save a few dollars over a new item. I'm not opposed to an open-box product if it works as it should. I'll admit, I was initially concerned about the condition of the card when I saw the box's condition, but the card seems to function fine. AWD's description of the item was accurate. Everything is running great! :o) UPDATE April 25, 2019: Three months later, this card is still working great on my 11 year old HP Pavilion Elite M9200t (no "gaming", just Microsoft Office 2016, graphics/photo editing, some video editing, Internet, machine embroidery digitizing & designing, etc.)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Henry Hunt - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
Great value card.
Best bang for buck graphics card around, especially for those with smaller power supplies. Works great with a 300-watt supply. No extra 4 or 6 pin connector necessary.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By bea - Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
Broken before a year is up
The card ran fine initially and graphics are great. However, recently I connected a second monitor using its DVI output. It ran well for a couple weeks then out of the blue my second monitor just refuses to wake up. I tried a different monitor and a different DVI cable, still no luck. Reinstall drivers, roll back windows updates and all to no avail. Contacted Nvidia and windows support who guided me step by step and problem still cannot be resolved. Windows could not detect my second monitor anymore. My main monitor worked fine still (HDMI). Overall disappointed. Now, I have a partially working card with an idle second monitor... yes, first world issue but still I'm pissed.