Reply 100 of 177, by 386SX
For the saddest GPU launch in two decades history I was thinking at least to another GPU in the early 2000's. What I find sad of this situation I don't care anymore is the lowest end market that seems evaporated. Those might have been the only products I might have been interested to give a boost to my old daily config with some modern acceleration as much as it can help and expecting to be at least similar to some middle-end product of few years ago and not few decade ago considering the same GPU still seems produced forever for this market segment that are almost unsupported on different side, let's think to the video codec decoding or encoding acceleration.
To see cards like the GT730 sold at those prices make me going back to the still supported on board iGPU.. who cares at this point it's not that important and another motivation for the retrohardware hobby.