Even a Nintendo Switch is quite a bit more powerful than this, and that's a 5-yo handheld. Might make for a reasonable replacement for a dead 9600 GSO, in a late 2000s build that's somehow still otherwise alive and useful.
Good thing integrated graphics is about omnipresent in the upcoming generation.
Um, considering that the RX 6400 seems to trade blows with the GTX 1650 GDDR6, at least according to this video, then why the heck are people paying so much for this Matrox card?
Now, it's only 6 games tested, AMD leads in 3, Nvidia in the other 3. The narrator is exaggerating a bit when he states that this is GT 1030 levels of power draw, but I'll say that the performance for how little power is drawn is worth noting.
Also, it doesn't start actually getting the comparisons going until about 8 minutes in.
Finally, offhand, anyone know what software is used to have that performance overlay that's being used in the video here?