On Mon, Nov 06, 2017 at 03:24:30PM +0000, Wark,Geoffrey T wrote:
> Can you provide a budget/use case?  Integrated graphics/drivers are quite capable these days.

Off-topic, but there was some interesting news today related to the


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> I have an i5-6400 (2.7 GHz max) driving my three monitors.  How do I find a comparison of video cards to it, so I can decide whether it's worthwhile to get a standalone video card?  I see comparisons of card vs card, but that's no help in my case.  is close, but you have to know ahead of time to what GPU you want to compare it.
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