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best graphics card that can run all modern and upcoming games at max settings at 1440x900 res

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May 12, 2013 6:40:33 AM

pls suggest me a card than can run all of the upcoming games like gta 5 assassins creed black flag etc at max settings at 1440x900 res

I need this card for atleast 4-5 years without any upgrade

thx in advance guys.................... :)  ;) 
a b U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 6:47:52 AM

whats your budget? and PSU? generally i would suggest a radeon HD 7750 or 7770 if you have extra cash.
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a c 185 U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 6:48:37 AM

We need to know your system specs first
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a b U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 6:52:23 AM

since you included gta5, then it is hard to say. gta4 was a very very bad port. yes you can play it, but it is ridiculous that high end pc's can't max the thing.

anyway we need to know your budget,
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May 12, 2013 7:00:46 AM

I would recommend the HD 7850 if you truly want it to last 5 years. If that's too pricey for you the HD 7790 would be your best bet (don't get the HD 7770 it's underpowered).
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a c 105 U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 7:04:54 AM

I agree with the 7850. you really caN't beat those cards.
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a b U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 8:27:56 AM

To OP - don't get a GFX with 1GB of VRAM, get a card with at least 2GB, even for your resolution.
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May 12, 2013 9:35:31 AM

bigcyco1 said:
We need to know your system specs first


im going to build a new cpu

i5-3470(3.2 ghz turbo: 3.7 gz)

ASrock extreme 4 motherboard

4gb DDR3 ram(1600 MHz)

cooler master thunder 600w psu

GPU -not yet decided

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a b U Graphics card
May 12, 2013 9:40:47 AM

FunSurfer said:
To OP - don't get a GFX with 1GB of VRAM, get a card with at least 2GB, even for your resolution.


balachandrub said:
bigcyco1 said:
We need to know your system specs first


im going to build a new cpu

i5-3470(3.2 ghz turbo: 3.7 gz)

ASrock extreme 4 motherboard

4gb DDR3 ram(1600 MHz)

cooler master thunder 600w psu

GPU -not yet decided



if you are on a tight budget use an H77 mobo insted of Z77 extreme 4. it will save you some cash. also people say Cooler master PSU's arent too reliable so id recommend antec seasonic etc. and use 8GB. it will be future proof [ for 4-5 years atleast] and for Gfx card id say radeon HD 7850 if you have the money.
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May 12, 2013 11:55:57 AM

thasan1 said:
FunSurfer said:
To OP - don't get a GFX with 1GB of VRAM, get a card with at least 2GB, even for your resolution.


balachandrub said:
bigcyco1 said:
We need to know your system specs first


im going to build a new cpu

i5-3470(3.2 ghz turbo: 3.7 gz)

ASrock extreme 4 motherboard

4gb DDR3 ram(1600 MHz)

cooler master thunder 600w psu

GPU -not yet decided



if you are on a tight budget use an H77 mobo insted of Z77 extreme 4. it will save you some cash. also people say Cooler master PSU's arent too reliable so id recommend antec seasonic etc. and use 8GB. it will be future proof [ for 4-5 years atleast] and for Gfx card id say radeon HD 7850 if you have the money.


how about corsair 600w

and can u suggest me a gud mobo with pcie 3 slot
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May 12, 2013 9:02:15 PM

Dont worry about pci-e 3.0 right now its one of those intel gimmicks (like the new thunderbolt mobos for that 4k resolution crap). AFAIK the only performance increase came from a multimonitor setup, and any pcie 3.0 card is backwards compatible with 2.0 (otherwise us amd people would be screwed lol).
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a b U Graphics card
May 13, 2013 7:41:00 AM

GTX 660 at the $200 range - and wait til June for the GTX 760Ti if you want the $300 range. I don't know about lasting you 4 years with High-Max settings, but those cards will do a good job for the price.

The GTX 660 will provide max settings in all games + or - MSAA, and the GTX 670/760Ti will provide max settings + MSAA. Not sure about future games, but seeing as the "all games" I'm referring to includes Crysis 3 @ >40fps, you should be good for a while.
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May 13, 2013 8:02:32 AM

davschall said:
Dont worry about pci-e 3.0 right now its one of those intel gimmicks (like the new thunderbolt mobos for that 4k resolution crap). AFAIK the only performance increase came from a multimonitor setup, and any pcie 3.0 card is backwards compatible with 2.0 (otherwise us amd people would be screwed lol).


do I really need a i5 processor or is i3 enough for gaming because im on a budget im already way past ma budget limit
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a b U Graphics card
May 13, 2013 8:11:11 AM

balachandrub said:
davschall said:
Dont worry about pci-e 3.0 right now its one of those intel gimmicks (like the new thunderbolt mobos for that 4k resolution crap). AFAIK the only performance increase came from a multimonitor setup, and any pcie 3.0 card is backwards compatible with 2.0 (otherwise us amd people would be screwed lol).


do I really need a i5 processor or is i3 enough for gaming because im on a budget im already way past ma budget limit


no but using an i5 will be a little future proof. though a core i3 wont be able to handel high end graphics, it will bottleneck them though not by much.so anything radeon HD 7850 or 650 ti boost edition is good to go.
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a b U Graphics card
May 13, 2013 8:29:05 AM

balachandrub said:
do I really need a i5 processor or is i3 enough for gaming because im on a budget im already way past ma budget limit


Yes, you want the i5. And you will never regret spending more in the budget DIY electronics space.
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May 13, 2013 9:45:25 AM

I think a hd 7850 would be good, if you just want to be shure and you don't have a problem with money get a gtx 670 or a hd 7970.
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August 5, 2013 3:33:49 AM

Your wanting something that you cant have on your budget, you would prob have to upgrade every 2-3 years to keep at max settings, or have to settle medium to high settings on a decent rig.
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