Tuesday, January 26th 2016

Manli Announces its GeForce GT 710 Graphics Cards

Manli Technology Group Limited, the major Graphics Cards, Mini-PCs and other components manufacturer, today announced the latest entry level of graphics solution, Manli GeForce GT 710 including Heatsink and Heatsink with Fan versions.

Manli GeForce GT 710 delivers a perfect DirectX 12 API gaming experience, support 3D Vision and high-definition resolution. It is equipped with 1GB & 2GB of GDDR3 memory, 64bit memory controller, memory clock is at 1600MHz, and the default GPU clock appears to be 954 MHz.
Meanwhile, Manli GeForce GT 710 also provides up to 80% faster performance than Intel HD graphics in all PC multimedia applications. Now, you can enjoy a rich, and smooth gaming experience.
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34 Comments on Manli Announces its GeForce GT 710 Graphics Cards

#1
hojnikb
>Now, you can enjoy a rich, and smooth gaming experience.


No, just no.
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#2
dj-electric
I wanna see the face of those who will use the onboard instead of this and get a huge boost
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#3
baobrain
It uses GDDR3, that's how old it is.

Christ, the only use for this is for someone to drive multiple monitors who doesn't have enough ports on their motherboard.
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#4
Parn
Manli GeForce GT 710 delivers a perfect DirectX 12 API gaming experience, support 3D Vision and high-definition resolution.

Isn't this misleading and in breach of advertising law/regulations?

If GT710 delivers a perfect DX12 gaming experience, then what does GTX980 Ti deliver?? Uber ultra, super perfect??
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#5
romeg
I'm wracking my brain on who should realistically buy this, especially with a newer, say within two years, CPU. I have an old AMD 955 laying around, but even then I'd not consider anything less than a GTX 750Ti.
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#6
the54thvoid
Jesus..

Even the most hardened Nvidia supporter must be face palming over these awesome new gaming cards.

Bring on Polaris please.
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#7
john_
Usually Nvidia gives 1800MHz speed for the memory and almost always while the time passes manufacturers put slower memory than that. While most models seems to have 1600MHz and 1800MHz DDR3 memory on them, we will definitely see models with 1400MHz, 1200MHz or even 1066MHz DDR3 in the future(see GT 610/GT620/GT 730/etc cards in the market). That means single digit bandwidth in 2016.
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#8
hojnikb
baobrain
It uses GDDR3, that's how old it is.

Christ, the only use for this is for someone to drive multiple monitors who doesn't have enough ports on their motherboard.
It's DDR3 actually (the same used for PCs), not GDDR3.
Manufacturers often misuse this
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#9
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
baobrain
Christ, the only use for this is for someone to drive multiple monitors who doesn't have enough ports on their motherboard.
Or someone needing HMDI out, but then a GT 210 makes more sense.
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#11
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Now I have not cared about news before, but this one takes the cake.
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#12
truth teller
dear god is this a new low, the person responsible for this advertisements copy should be felling pretty sad by now. thx manlies
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#13
jabbadap
Well might be fine for htpc:s, with old cpus. But it does not have hdmi2.0 and no hevc decoding either so why bother(if only nvidia would update a gm108 to gm208 with gm206 hw decoder block).

But that manli marketing, gives makes me feel like rocco in boondock saints...
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#14
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
jabbadap
Well might be fine for htpc:s, with old cpus. But it does not have hdmi2.0 and no hevc decoding either so why bother(if only nvidia would update a gm108 to gm208 with gm206 hw decoder block).

But that manli marketing, gives makes me feel like rocco in boondock saints...
The onboard graphics of most CPU's beats this card quite handily.
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#15
jabbadap
cdawall
The onboard graphics of most CPU's beats this card quite handily.
Of course, but I said old and I really mean old. Who sane people would buy this for gaming anyway. And new intel/amd igpus have better or same decoding capabilities so there's no reason to buy this card if you have reasonable fresh cpu.
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#16
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
jabbadap
Of course, but I said old and I really mean old. Who sane people would buy this for gaming anyway. And new intel/amd igpus have better or same decoding capabilities so there's no reason to buy this card if you have reasonable fresh cpu.
Still no point. At least here a passive GT210 can be had for half the price of this. Add €15 to this and you get a GT 730 GDDR5.
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#17
jabbadap
Frick
Still no point. At least here a passive GT210 can be had for half the price of this. Add €15 to this and you get a GT 730 GDDR5.
gt210 has very weak decoding capabilies for todays standards, gk208's hw decoder can decode 4k h264 videos and cuvid hybrid decoder could be able to decode up-to hevc main 8b 4k videos.

Well 15€ is a lot in low end, think about it if you are buying a card for htpc and gt 710 can do the same job as gt730, why on earth you should pay extra.
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#18
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
jabbadap
gt210 has very weak decoding capabilies for todays standards, gk208's hw decoder can decode 4k h264 videos and cuvid hybrid decoder could be able to decode up-to hevc main 8b 4k videos.

Well 15€ is a lot in low end, think about it if you are buying a card for htpc and gt 710 can do the same job as gt730, why on earth you should pay extra.
Intels igp can do that
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#19
Tartaros
cdawall
Intels igp can do that
Probably this is aimed at older cpus with weaker igpu or no igpu. You can save an entire pc upgrade with this little one.
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#20
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Tartaros
Probably this is aimed at older cpus with weaker igpu or no igpu. You can save an entire pc upgrade with this little one.
This isn't even worth the pcb it was printed on...
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#21
Tartaros
cdawall
This isn't even worth the pcb it was printed on...
Depends on your needs and budget. Like I said, it can save an entire pc upgrade if you have an old htpc just for films.
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#22
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Tartaros
Depends on your needs and budget. Like I said, it can save an entire pc upgrade if you have an old htpc just for films.
The 730 is already almost free...
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#23
Tartaros
cdawall
The 730 is already almost free...
Well, the gt730 goes for around 70€, is not almost free precisely. I think this one will take gt210 place.
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#24
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Tartaros
Well, the gt730 goes for around 70€, is not almost free precisely. I think this one will take gt210 place.
Where the heck did you get screwed into that? They are $20-30 AMIR here.
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#25
efikkan
Even though this wouldn't be a big seller and the performance isn't great, there are certainly uses for it, including:
- Usage of an old PC as a HTPC, due to great h264 support. No h265 support unfortunately.
- Great Linux support.
- Enterprise quality OpenGL, OpenCL and CUDA support.
- Less microstutter.

Tartaros
I think this one will take gt210 place.
Exactly.
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