We compared two GPUs: the NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 versus the NVIDIA GeForce GT 630. On this page you will learn about the key differences between graphics cards and find out which has the best specs and performance.
The NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 is a graphics card of the GeForce 700 generation based on the Kepler 2.0 architecture, launched on Jun 18th, 2014. It comes with 1 Gb of GDDR5 memory clocked at 1253 MHz and consumes up to 38 Watts.
The NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 is a graphics card of the GeForce 600 generation based on the Fermi architecture, launched on May 15th, 2012. It comes with 1 Gb of DDR3 memory clocked at 900 MHz and consumes up to 65 Watts.
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More modern manufacturing process - 28 nm versus 40 nm
Has 96% better performance
Consumes up to 42% less energy - 38 Watts versus 65 Watts
More advanced more type - GDDR5 versus DDR3
Has 40% higher bandwidth - 40.10 GB/s versus 28.80 GB/s
Has 123% higher pixel rate - 7.216 GPixel/s versus 3.240 GPixel/s
Has 123% higher texture rate - 28.86 GTexel/s versus 12.96 GTexel/s
Has 16 more texture units
Has 4 more raster units
Advantages of NVIDIA GeForce GT 630
Has 64 bit wider memory bus
The GeForce GT 730 delivers 96% better performance, consumes up to 42% more energy and holds same amount of memory. Based on our research GeForce GT 730 is more powerful than GeForce GT 630.
Even though GeForce GT 730 is the winner in this comparison, it's worth checking out GeForce GT 730 versus GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK. The GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK is the same generation video card as GeForce GT 730, but more powerful.