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Chinese MTT S80, The Only PCIe Gen 5 GPU, Runs DX9 & DX10


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Now Twitter fellow, Löschzwerg (@Loeschzwerg_3DC on Twitter) has posted various benchmarks and gaming tests of the MTT S80 GPU along with a confirmation that it can indeed run Crysis.


The user received his MTT S80 GPU on the 1st of February which was equipped on a test system with Intel's Core i5-10400 CPU and a B560M-HDV motherboard.

Löschzwerg tweeted that the original Crysis game was being played using the Moore Threads MTT S80 graphics card and DirectX 9 (D3D9) but also pointed out that it was only "for the moment." With Crysis being such a graphically intense game, one of the most notable games, it understands why the comment was made.


Moores Threads, a Chinese GPU maker, recently launched its MTT S80 graphics card designed for general-purpose computing.


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  • bonami2 changed the title to Chinese MTT S80, The Only PCIe Gen 5 GPU, Runs DX9 & DX10
On 05/02/2023 at 22:55, Kaz said:

I think it's hilarious that AMD and Nvidia have been trying to milk consumers and in the process they have convinced 2 companies to join the competition.

I'm not sure I'd call 25FPS in OG Crysis DX9 mode "competition".



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Honestly I'll be giving it a firm miss. Not surprised that while it can run Crysis it performs poorly in comparison to AMD and nVidia.


Been stung before by Chinese goods when the wife decided to replace her car with an MC, now Chinese owned. The timing chain in the engine broke and it hadn't even done 35,000 miles. We got rid of car soon after.

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back in the 60s, if it was Made in Japan, we thought of it like it was some cheap trinket made out of tin. many of us know what happened next.


Chinese products still have miles to go and likely will never get there.

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