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Comparing an old video card / laptop card / card built into a new processor


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Hey,

 

I have a bit of a general question - is there any A site where you can compare performance of video cards Of Desktops / / Built-in CPU?

(I understand, performance depends on the specific use, so I will refer to some "average" or "general" use or something like that).

 

I'm afraid it's time to replace the desktop computer, and before buying a computer I want to check out the possibility of using Mobile Old in the stationary place, compared to the possibility of buying a new computer.

I want to know what improvement can be expected or alternatively what abilities I am giving up, and what it means (how it will limit me).

Specifically, I would be happy to compare:

GeForce 9600GT (Old Stationary)

GeForce 940M (several years old mobile)

Radeon Pro 560 (Mobile, Macbook Per)

Video card built into a current generation processor (is there a difference between those built in i3 to i5 to ?)

 

(Clarification: The computer of course No Intended for gaming, but I would love to know if he can run easy / old games, so the comparison to the old stationary card)

 

Another general question - what are the cards built into the processors capable of doing? When do they constitute a limitation? (Will they limit themselves to something he does not play?)

 

Thank you in advance for helpers

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https://www.notebookcheck.net/Benchmarks-Tech.123.0.html

 

You will need to look for a game that overlaps between the different cards. If the gap is large in the age of the tickets, a middle-class "mediator" is needed.

Google Video Cards There is a large range sometimes between To each other for different reasons. 

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/

Look for a card and you can then see it in relation to others in the relative table. The table is not complete and there is a significant circle of corners here.

 

The 560 Pro is probably better than any built-in video card you will find in a processor today, suitable for base gaming on fhd.  

 The 940 is enough for a gaming base in HD resolution. 

 The 9600 is an unsuccessful joke. A 15-year-old card?   

 

The more general you are, the harder it will be to get an accurate answer.

A person's degree of satisfaction is affected in direct proportion to his expectations. 

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Thank you very much for the response and explanations.

 

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The 560 Pro is probably better than any built-in video card you will find in a processor today, suitable for base gaming on fhd.  

 The 940 is enough for a gaming base in HD resolution. 

 The 9600 is an unsuccessful joke. A 15-year-old card?  

I realised. It seems to me that this is the bottom line. Thanks.

Where are the built-in cards in the processors coming in here?

 

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The more general you are, the harder it will be to get an accurate answer.

A person's degree of satisfaction is affected in direct proportion to his expectations. 

So a little more detail:

the goal is No Games.

I was wondering if it would be possible to run very old games that ran on the station with 9600GT (I understand the answer is yes), and another specific game that is also old, but as far as I think about it I understand that it is not important enough to influence the decision.

So my question is In which cases will the card built into a new processor / one of the cards in the laptops constitute a limitation? (Except games)

My expectation is that there will be no problem In: Office use, surfing, , Streaming (Netflix, etc.), watching movies in local files (some FHD, some 4k), including conversion to a computer screen with a lower resolution than , Or monitor When connected to a TV.

Will a built-in card or the 940M stand up to it?

 

 

Regarding the specific tickets:

I used the relative comparison by card (here: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/), As you suggested.

Summary of findings:

Compare to RX 11. I understand this is the card built into sample processors 5 3400G.

Is it possible to assume that it is about the same as what is built into the processors of , That is UHD Graphics 630 (He did not have a comparison table on the site)?

(The only reference I found claims that the built - in Reisen is about twice as good as the built - in Intel - could it be? Sounds like an extreme difference to me ...)

Anyway, 940M is about as good as it gets.

The old 9600GT is about half that.

Radeon Pro 560 is about 25% better.

 

On the first site you recommended I did not find what you meant (comparison by games).

Yes I was able to extract it:

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Seems to me broadly consistent with what you said - the 940M is weaker than the 560 Pro, and the built-in Seems to be faltering in relation to him.

 

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 It's a huge database. You can stand in front of him and wait for him to throw information at you and you can dig into him and get smart.

 

Clicking on the card names will open a link, scroll down and you will find game tests.

The 560 pro is a version of Only and there is no information about it. Yes it was said in the brief explanation about it that it is worth about 460 pro and probably a bit better.

And so on regarding gtx960m. 

 The 940 is better than the 630 at about 20%. When the 940 is affected by the mobile it is in and the performance range is with a difference of up to 30% between the weak and the strong. 

When also at the bottom it is slightly stronger than the 630.

 

 The 460 pro is 2.5 times more powerful than the 940. In rotr we are talking about 26 versus 11 FPS. In Divine it is 29 compared to 11. deus ex, it has been a ratio of 1: 3.

In Dom, on the other hand, the ratio seems to be less than twice. 

The 460 seems to be about 11 percent stronger than the Vega 20. The Vega 11 can improve performance if you assemble the computer with an emphasis on Fast and high quality. 

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Thanks again.

What aboutCards built into the processors?

Is it in my processor i3 / i5 is more or less equivalent to that in ?

In which cases will the card built into a new processor be a limitation? (Except games)

My expectation is that there will be no problem in: office use, surfing, YouTube, Streaming (Netflix, etc.), watching movies in local files (some FHD, some 4k), including conversion to a computer screen with a lower resolution than 4k, Or monitor 4k When connected to a TV.

Will a built-in card withstand this?

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The card that comes in my processor The latest desktops are called  uhd 630, I talked about it, I called it '630'.

The card that comes in the latest Reisen desktop processors is called 11, I talked about it, I called it 'Vega 11'.

As far as I know all the latest cards, including the built-in ones meet all the tasks that do not require strenuous XNUMXD processing.

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