Following the GeForce GTX 1050, an even older GeForce GT 730, released in 2014, returns to the market. MSI has re-released this graphics card amid a total shortage of modern GPUs.
A more powerful version of the GT 730 based on the Kepler generation GK208B GPU has returned to life. There was also a modification on the GPU GF108 of the Fermi generation.
Recall that the discussed adapter contains 384 CUDA cores and 2 GB of DDR3 memory (there were versions with GDDR5) with a 64-bit bus. The performance of such a solution, of course, is scanty by today’s standards. In games, such an adapter is often much inferior even to the UHD 630 GPU in the Core i3-10100 processor, not to mention the more productive cores in Ryzen. However, the GT 730 was clearly not returned to build gaming PCs.
In Japan, the revived card is expected to cost around $ 40.