I went from a GT 740 to an RX 5600 XT. The GT 740 is kinda okay, but it's definitely not great. Honestly, integrated graphics, especially AMD's, are better than that these days.
They sure won't be putting this up on a banner anywhere.Oh yes, this makes me feel much better.
I'd reiterate the belief TH got a kickback from MSI for publishing this one, because it sure isn't a tech news story.
rubs chin Ya don't say?
DigitalGriffin said:Architecture is so old it won't make any difference on modern games. Anyone trying to run a modern game on one of these is open to a rude awakening.
That said NOS (new old stock) GTX 730s are selling like hotcakes right now because it's the only card you can get your hands on at a reasonable price. People are using them as stop gaps until prices come back down.
Vega 11 graphics on a Ryzen 3400g is faster than a 1030 DDR3 in a number of scenarios (Especially at higher res). So I would imagine you are right.This GPU is really only good for getting a system with no graphic card to work. Beyond that, its not fit for multimedia and certainly not gaming. I agree that even Intel's UHD graphics may do better and also more efficient at the same time.
What's curious about this is 14nm parts were alive and well during the last crypto shortage. I remember $750+ RX580's at one point. Between Samsung, and TSMC 7nm, + the old 14/12nm nodes from GloFlo and TSMC you would think there would be enough older node capacity left to mfg these older lines.Really sad times when you see the "leading edge" tech makers launching a 2014 product again, 7 years after its original launch date.
This is nvidia fighting the cryptocurrency issue, crap for gamers, best tech for miners.
Is this a joke? It must be... I got a Voodoo 2 and Riva TNT2 laying around thank you lord for that I am saved so I dont need to worry about the GPU crisis.