EVGA’s GeForce GT 430
Well I just received an e-mail from EVGA and it is official, NVIDIA has released their GeForce GT 430. As expected it includes Blu-ray 3D Support via HDMI 1.4a and HD Audio Bitstreaming. This will be the first HTPC-centric consumer video card to offer 3D Blu-ray and HD Audio Bitstreaming support.
I’m very happy to see that it also includes a low-profile option and is single slot.
It is worth mentioning that Blu-ray playback software will need to be updated to support the new chipset but I’m positive we will see that done quickly if they are not already updated.
The EVGA GT 430 has arrived. Tap into the horsepower of the GPU for a visually-charged boost on your favorite applications. Edit your photos & HD videos and push the limits of your Web experience with a new generation of GPU-accelerated browsers like Internet Explorer 9. Boost your gaming performance with the next generation gaming architecture built from the ground up for DirectX 11 and take 3D home with the latest Blu-ray 3D movies.
The EVGA GT 430 supports NVIDIA PhysX for a new class of physical gaming interaction, and CUDA technology which allows you to unlock the power of the GPU to accelerate the most demanding tasks.