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GeForce GT 1030
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- 15 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build I Have No Name
Runs fine under Windows and Linux (nonfree drivers), can play Xonotic and Minecraft, too slow for DOOM 2016 (but what were you expecting?)...
- 12 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Bloodborn
Powerful card for general desktop use and light (old) games.
- 9 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build FViZ-CHRONO U
You're better off getting a 750ti or even a 670 for a much better value but at least this card is 625% faster than the one in my laptop. This was the cheapest card at Canada's Computers I had no choice.
- 8 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build The GTi3
Like I said before this graphics card is amazing, I went for this particular model because it is half height(obviously) and because it comes with a small fan. I would have liked to have gone fanless. but I didn't want to risk the lifespan of the GC. It's been said enough times already but if you're looking for a card on a tight budget look no further. I would have to criticize it on the fact that it doesn't work well with some of the emulators I am using also you can use it with Recal box (https://www.recalbox.com) which is a shame.
- 8 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Late 2019 SFF Linux Desktop
Best bang for buck low-profile video card. At present (2019-12-15), the comparable AMD Radeon RX550 board is hard to find for less than $150, whereas you can get this for $80.
This is also the right choice for a Linux rig. Popular wisdom is to go with AMD because they're friendlier with the open-source community, but this worked fine out of the box with the open source "Nouveau" drivers that most Linux distributions ship with, and upgrading to the proprietary Nvidia drivers was a straightforward process under Fedora 31. (This is worth doing, by the way. My glmark2 score went from about 170 to about 5000.)
- 7 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Project ROBLOX (my first build)
its the best ultra budget card can play gta @ 80