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Windows 7: OB Intel HD Graphics 530 vs Sapphire HD5570 vs GeForce GTS430

19 Oct 2016   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit (SP1)
OB Intel HD Graphics 530 vs Sapphire HD5570 vs GeForce GTS430

I recently upgraded my computer. The new MB is a ASUS B150M-C D3. My device manager says the OB Graphics is INTEL HD Graphics 530.

My old computer did not have On board so I was running a Sapphire HD 5570 and a Zogis GeForce GTS430.

What would everyone say is the best out of Intel HD530 vs Sapphire HD5570 vs GeForce GTS430?

From what I understand using on board graphics takes up system RAM so one of these video cards could free that up but then this MB release was Sept 2015 while both these video cards are 2010 so they are way older.

I am running extended desktop on the onboard VGA and DVI ports. Is there any benefit to slapping one of these 6 year old video cards in there or should I just leave it to the OB video?

And if the OB video is the best option but just per se that I did want to install one of the video card "just because" which one should it be? HD5570 is on its own and GTS430 needs power hookup from the PS. Or simpler put which of the video cards is the better of the two?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
19 Oct 2016   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-BIT

Do you mean you have a GTS 450? Because the GTS 430 does not exist.

The Intel HD 530 is significantly faster than the HD 5570 and the GTS 450.

Using the HD 5570 is just a downgrade. The GTS 450 is only slightly faster than the Intel HD 530.

UserBenchmark: Intel HD 530 (Desktop Skylake) vs Nvidia GeForce GTS 450
My System SpecsSystem Spec
20 Oct 2016   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit (SP1)

Yes I did mean GTS 450, NOT 430. Think I'll just leave it to onboard video for now.
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