Decent Budget Gaming card.
Good video rendering performance.
Can be modified to fit in half-height cases.
3D Vision / 3D Media Capable.
Can Play Mainstream Games.
Lack of Second DVI connection.
Poor choice for gaming.
Games have to be "dialeddown" to playable settings.
Gaming performance not up to par with slightly more expensive cards.
By TweakNews on December 08, 2010
Asus' ENGT430 Geforce GT 430 graphics card is a very decent low profile DirectX 11 budget card for the money. Even while slightly handicapped by its slower onboard DDR3 memory, it still succeeded in matching and in some cases surpassing the ATI...-
By TechRadar on October 13, 2010
Nvidia has taken its time about it, but now we're seeing its DirectX 11 Fermi GPU filtering down into the mainstream sector with the £70 GeForce GT 430. AMD has had its lineup of DX11 cards set up since February this year, around which time the...70
By PC Mag on October 11, 2010
If you only need your video card to drive a home theater PC, Asus' ENGT430 will do the job well. Just don't expect it to excel at much else. Buy it...60
By Pureoverclock on October 11, 2010
The GeForce GT 430 is a budget graphics card, no question; at about $79 it's not intended for anyone who has aspirations of anything resembling serious gaming. For people on a very tight budget, however, it has a very attractive price tag, quiet...-
By Overclockers Club on October 11, 2010
The ENGT430 is not a gaming power house but does indeed have the ability to play games at resolutions of 1680 x 1050 (and below) with the image quality settings reduced in most of the games in which the card was tested. Casual gaming it can handle...-
By HotHardware on October 11, 2010
Now that we have been through all of the data, let's take a moment to digest the numbers. For the most part, the Asus ENGT430 performed about on par with the Radeon HD 5550. Yes, there were a few tests where they traded places, but their scores...-
By Legit Reviews on October 11, 2010
The NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 is an intriguing little card that is a great budget low resolution gaming card, but is more aimed at HTPC or digital media PC use....-
By HEXUS.net on October 11, 2010
NVIDIA's release of the GeForce GT 430 GPU is interesting insofar as it's the first partner-produced Fermi product that's not designed as a gamer's card. Rather, given the reductions in architecture needed to hit a £60 retail price...70
By HardwareZone.com on October 11, 2010
As an entry-level card, the GeForce GT 430 is a decent offering from NVIDIA. But it neither impresses nor excites, and we find it hard to recommend it to anyone who’s looking for a serious upgrade.In terms of performance, it is somewhere between...70
By Hardware Canucks on October 11, 2010
The entry level market likely won't that exciting for the vast majority of people reading this article. However, we feel the GT 430 has become a serious contender by injected just the right amount of adrenalin into this somewhat stagnant price...-