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    Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI and others show off many a low profile and passive card design.
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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    Any chance you can review this card and the RX550/RX560 at some point - there are not enough reviews of these kind of sub £100 cards out there sadly!!


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    Agreed, no one seems to bother much with the lower end cards anymore.
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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Any chance you can review this card and the RX550/RX560 at some point - there are not enough reviews of these kind of sub £100 cards out there sadly!!
    Alongside IGPs from Intel and AMD, ideally it'd be good to know how much of a boost over an IGP they really are...

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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    Yeah some reviews of the low end gpu's wouldn't go a miss. They're potentially ideal for media pc's with 'light' gaming duties so testing around the use for media decoding etc as well as gaming performance would be great.

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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    I have no idea what gaming down at that range has to offer. I kinda get the impression that whilst they're better than IGP, it's still not good enough to play games at any acceptable quality?

    Could you buy one of these and still have a fairly good time mincing about in GTA5, albeit on lower settings?

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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    But can it run Cry..

    Oh, it can't run Crysis

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    Re: Nvidia partners introduce GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards

    Will this finally see the end of notebook manufacturers launching "new" laptops in the middle of 2017 with ancient, 2014-era dGPUs? (Yup, Lenovo just announced new laptops with GM107/108 based GeForce 940MX dGPUs because there's still no 10-series cards in the <50w TDP range)

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