Yup. However they will still work as a basic display output. Driver updates are mostly game optimisations and I doubt many people are planning to play games released after support dropped on these cards. You don’t need specific updates for general desktop use for the most part. It’s also highly unlikely that they will work with Windows 11 (I haven’t looked into it personally).Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't driver support for the GTX 700 series get dropped? These are already EOL out of the box...
Not exactly. Kepler is on a long term release branch based on the 470 driver set and will get updates until 2024.Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't driver support for the GTX 700 series get dropped? These are already EOL out of the box...
My incompetence notwithstanding, I haven't been lucky, or anywhere successful getting any of the the 3 7xx series cards I've bought and attempted to install working..Sure, for a number of reasons. Which include that these cards provide dedicated VRAM, while your IGP takes a chunk of your system memory. And they allow you to use modern Nvidia drivers, and come with a decent H264 decoder. There are versions with VGA/HDMI/DisplayPort to fit one's need. And this GPU is still about twice as fast in 3D, for what it's worth.
Woah, sorry to hear about your issues with the 7xx Cranky. Bad luck or some incompatibility maybe. Mine have been fine but I did have a 1650 in one system that just would not work right and had to be replaced.My incompetence notwithstanding, I haven't been lucky, or anywhere successful getting any of the the 3 7xx series cards I've bought and attempted to install working..
However, both of the 1000 series I've bought, simply dropped in and worked right off the bat.
That was an interesting link you posted. So, while I was there I looked up a few other Intel IGPs, and the later GT-1030.
yes 730 is trash but 4 displays you dont get anywhere (if that is real)That was an interesting link you posted. So, while I was there I looked up a few other Intel IGPs, and the later GT-1030.
The Intel HD-530 eats the 730 for breakfast, although the 730, , (as you pointed out) surpasses the earlier HD-4000. The 1030 does win against the HD 530.
Thus, as I suspected, the GT-1030 is quite a bit superior to the 730. Those dealers who aren't trying to scalp the 1030 card, don't have it. Funnily enough, the 1030s which are available are shipping from China. One has to question if they are re-boxed used mining cards...
I would check the "maximum digital resolution " numbers before anyone decided it was "4 full displays". We know it's .not going to put up, "4 times 4K" In fact, I doubt it would put up 4 times 2K.yes 730 is trash but 4 displays you dont get anywhere (if that is real)
One member @theruck posted the link below. The IGP you're looking is probably on there, and you can compare it directly with the 730.Is that pic for real - can you actually install 3 cards onto a single motherboard? 12 displays to the 1 system!? What about bandwidth? How does this card or what card would match up to a Ryzen 5 5600G's graphic capability? - Looking to build a 2nd system on a budget and with graphic card prices was thinking a CPU with a GPU might be a better option for now and just upgrade later.