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2016/01/26 06:01:24 (permalink)
 
Make your entire PC experience faster with the EVGA GeForce GT 710 dedicated graphics card. Now, you can enjoy up to 10x better performance than integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications.
 
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    the_Scarlet_one
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/01/26 06:19:04 (permalink)
    I am just curious about the timing on this one.

    It is nice to see it is single slot, so that will be useful to the user's that are on integrated graphics right now.
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    drchoi21
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/01/26 17:25:51 (permalink)
    Yes finally a usable PCIe x8 GPU for servers.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/01/26 17:58:43 (permalink)
    Does it come with UEFI vBIOS?
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    BrandonS
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/02/06 06:36:04 (permalink)
    Yes, the GT 710 will come with a UEFI vBIOS.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/03/24 09:15:29 (permalink)
    I've just registered my month-old gt 710 2GB single slot low profile (with 1/2 h cudahc load it heats up to 45C° +20 deltaT above room one) does any one know a linux tool for tweak rom, which I've already backup :)
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/03/24 09:24:05 (permalink)
    45C is very low, especially for 100% load. The max temperature for that card is 95C. Why are you trying to tweak the BIOS?
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/03/24 13:54:34 (permalink)
    To get as much as I can out of this gt710 even it is just +10/15 % performance, till the limit before migrating to new GTX 1080/90. And I need it that could be possible natively on Linux. THX 4 replies.
    @EVGATech_BrandonS
    Hey Brandon which TIM was under my GT710, because changing with mx2 temp drops to 36 C°
    @EVGATech_BrandonS

    Why does my EVGA GT710 lp sl 2GB does not qualifies for the STEP UP program? And someone can step up to the cheaper gpu than mine (know that seems impossible but that's it)? Why does not advertise the step up program (it is just 1st time you organised that a wonderful idea?)? Thx
    post edited by marilona - 2016/03/28 05:01:05
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/04/18 05:09:05 (permalink)
    drchoi21
    Yes finally a usable PCIe x8 GPU for servers.


    EVGA also makes a 730, with the same GK208-301-A1 chip, but with better clock speeds, giving you 693 GFLOPS vs the 366 GFLOPS of the 710.  I've bought two of them now, for ~US$65.  They work beautifully on my Supermicro H8DM8-2. 
     
    I'm beginning to feel like a salesman for EVGA - two posts, and two recommendations for the 730.  When do I get a commission?
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/04/18 05:24:26 (permalink)
    marilona
    To get as much as I can out of this gt710 even it is just +10/15 % performance, till the limit before migrating to new GTX 1080/90. And I need it that could be possible natively on Linux. THX 4 replies.
    @EVGATech_BrandonS
    Hey Brandon which TIM was under my GT710, because changing with mx2 temp drops to 36 C°
    @EVGATech_BrandonS

    Why does my EVGA GT710 lp sl 2GB does not qualifies for the STEP UP program? And someone can step up to the cheaper gpu than mine (know that seems impossible but that's it)? Why does not advertise the step up program (it is just 1st time you organised that a wonderful idea?)? Thx



     
    I presume that you have nvidia-settings installed? 
     
    /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-xorg.conf should have the following lines to maintain the clock speeds at max.
    Section "Device"
       Identifier "My GPU"
       Driver "nvidia"
       Option "RegistryDwords" "PowerMizerEnable=0x1; PerfLevelSrc=0x2222; PowerMizerDefaultAC=0x1"
       Option "Coolbits" "12"
    EndSection


    Opening nvidia-settings, go to the PowerMizer tab, and you will find that level 0 performance levels are grayed out, and level 1 performance puts both GPU and memory clocks at max.  Attempting to change "preferred mode" has no effect.
     
    For info, my GT730 runs at 66 Celsius, while crunching numbers for folding at home.
     
    And, finally, that GT730 offers almost double the GFLOPS that the GT710 does, for about US$65 bucks.  EVGA part number 02G-P3-1733-KR - the other two versions of the GT730 WILL NOT work on my Supermicro H8DM8-2
     
    I hope some of that helps.  ;^)
    post edited by Runaway1956 - 2016/04/18 05:28:45
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    marilona
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/04/18 10:20:12 (permalink)
    Runaway1956
    marilona
    To get as much as I can out of this gt710 even it is just +10/15 % performance, till the limit before migrating to new GTX 1080/90. And I need it that could be possible natively on Linux. THX 4 replies.
    @EVGATech_BrandonS
    Hey Brandon which TIM was under my GT710, because changing with mx2 temp drops to 36 C°
    @EVGATech_BrandonS

    Why does my EVGA GT710 lp sl 2GB does not qualifies for the STEP UP program? And someone can step up to the cheaper gpu than mine (know that seems impossible but that's it)? Why does not advertise the step up program (it is just 1st time you organised that a wonderful idea?)? Thx

     
    I presume that you have nvidia-settings installed? 
     
    /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-xorg.conf should have the following lines to maintain the clock speeds at max.
    Section "Device"
      Identifier "My GPU"
      Driver "nvidia"
      Option "RegistryDwords" "PowerMizerEnable=0x1; PerfLevelSrc=0x2222; PowerMizerDefaultAC=0x1"
      Option "Coolbits" "12"
    EndSection

    Opening nvidia-settings, go to the PowerMizer tab, and you will find that level 0 performance levels are grayed out, and level 1 performance puts both GPU , while crunching numbers for folding at homeand memory clocks at max.  Attempting to change "preferred mode" has no effect.
     
    I was looking to push the GT 710 beyond the defult limit, was talking OC that EVGA provides a PrecisionX for Windows Platform
    . Even Rom Tweaking in linux.
    Runaway1956
    I'm beginning to feel like a salesman for EVGA - two posts, and two recommendations for the 730. When do I get a commission?
    I hope some of that helps.  ;^)

    Dude EVGA's policy is clear, if you're looking for commission Become an Affiliate you will get evga buck and
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    vii77
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/11/29 14:11:56 (permalink)
    Hi,
    Can you advise how can I use this card on Windows Server 2016? I tried the latest driver for Windows 10 x64 but it is incompatible.
     
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/11/29 18:41:56 (permalink)
    vii77
    Hi,
    Can you advise how can I use this card on Windows Server 2016? I tried the latest driver for Windows 10 x64 but it is incompatible.
     


    What about Windows 8.1 x64 Driver, I use that driver on Server 2012R2.

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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/11/30 18:04:57 (permalink)
    That's funny! Looks like they expected me to buy this card.
    Just 2 days ago they released new version of driver for Win 10 and it installed without complains. Not sure about performance (which I do not really care about) but it supports both monitors with right resolution.
    Thanks to everyone!
    post edited by vii77 - 2016/11/30 18:09:58
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2016/12/31 02:41:28 (permalink)
    Nice.Dose it come with UEFI Bios? like mine evga gtx 760?
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/03/06 08:01:25 (permalink)
    Just installed one of these GT710 cards. Works great when its not crashing.
    Any solutions to the common issue of NVIDIA GT 710 376.5 KERNEL DRIVER STOPPED RESPONDING ?
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/03/06 19:52:18 (permalink)
    toddsdonald
    Just installed one of these GT710 cards. Works great when its not crashing.
    Any solutions to the common issue of NVIDIA GT 710 376.5 KERNEL DRIVER STOPPED RESPONDING ?


    This thread isn't the best place to ask for help. Please start your own thread for further assistance. Thanks.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/04/18 05:58:35 (permalink)
    What resolutions does this card *actually* support? (I've got part 01G-P3-2716-KR)
     
    It claims "two dual-link DVI" connectors but it doesn't seem able to supply a dual-link resolution to both of them together.
    My two monitors are 2560x1440, they both worked at that resolution with an old GT620.
    The GT710 doesn't work, the one on the DVI-D port is always limited to 1920 resolution.
     
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/10/25 13:22:38 (permalink)
    evgaarb
    What resolutions does this card *actually* support? (I've got part 01G-P3-2716-KR)
     
    It claims "two dual-link DVI" connectors but it doesn't seem able to supply a dual-link resolution to both of them together.
    My two monitors are 2560x1440, they both worked at that resolution with an old GT620.
    The GT710 doesn't work, the one on the DVI-D port is always limited to 1920 resolution.
     


    I'm having the same problem. I get 1920x1080 on one and 1024x768 on the other. No option higher than 1024x768 in the control panel on the second monitor. Need them both at 1920x1080. Had no problems with the old card.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/10/26 12:32:09 (permalink)
    Okay so I got mine working. Just had to try drivers off the list until I found one that worked.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2017/11/10 07:10:11 (permalink)
    Can i run 3x HD Monitors 1920x1080, two per DVI and one per HDMI?
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2018/07/13 03:38:17 (permalink)
    No, you can not run it. If you want more detail answer then contact us at and you will get your answer.
     
    post edited by smithfr - 2018/07/31 04:32:03
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2018/07/13 07:36:19 (permalink)
    smithfr
    No, you can not run it. If you want more detail answer then contact us at  and you will get your answer.
     


    Your link was removed because evga doesnt allow the use of links for a set period of time after joining.

    This post is also 9 months old.

    If an evga employee is trying to reach out, they use their employee account and not a newpy created personal account.
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2019/01/23 19:56:40 (permalink)
    Just bought my third EVGA GT 700 Series card - 1 x GT710, 2 x GT730. I love these things. 
     
    Had a heck of a time finding my latest card, EVGA GeForce GT 730 2G-P3-3733-KR (2048 MB GDDR5). After searching the web for two days, this is the only site where I could find them in stock.
     
    Thanks, for that! Keep 'em coming... 
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2019/01/23 20:23:54 (permalink)
    EVGATech_BrandonS
    45C is very low, especially for 100% load. The max temperature for that card is 95C.



    Thanks! I've always wondered what the max temp is, on the EVGA GT 710. I'm running a fan-less version in this machine. I watch it like a hawk - never seen it go over 70°C. 
     
    I'm running Peppermint Linux OS, with three Dell displays - 1 x 29", 2 x 24". Uptime is 3d 7h. I've got 2 Chromium browser windows open playing music videos, and 2 Opera browser windows surfing the web. The second display is monitoring my emails, and the third display is playing podcasts.
     
    ╭─vindsl@Boogaloo-6 ~ 
    ╰─$ inxi -SGxxxz
    System: Host: Boogaloo-6 Kernel: 4.15.0-23-generic x86_64 bits: 64 gcc: 7.3.0
               Desktop: N/A info: xfce4-panel dm: lightdm Distro: Peppermint Nine
    Graphics: Card: NVIDIA GK208 [GeForce GT 710B] bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 10de:128b
               Display Server: x11 (X.Org 1.19.6 ) driver: nvidia
               Resolution: 1920x1200@59.95hz, 1920x1200@59.95hz, 2560x1080@60.00hz
               OpenGL: renderer: GeForce GT 710/PCIe/SSE2
               version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 410.93 Direct Render: Yes

     
    The current temp on this fan-less EVGA GT 710 is 59°C.
     
    I love these cards (but I already said that)
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    Re: EVGA GT 710 2019/01/23 21:51:43 (permalink)
    BTW, here's a little 'trick' I use to (effectively) run 4 monitors on these GT 710/730 cards...
     
    I start with a 3 monitor tree, and put an Ultra-Wide display (16:10 aspect ratio) on top. When you mirror 2 equally sized browser windows on this top display, you end up with the equivalent of 2 x (1280x1024) 19" monitors.
     
    Using the machine I'm on, as an example, 2 x 19" displays on top, and 2 x 24" displays on the bottom.
     
    Makes sense? GREAT cards! And, with that, I'll stop... 
     

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