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July 4, 2013 5:32:32 PM

hello i need a graphics card that is able to run resident evil 5 on high settings the card cant require an external pcie power 6 pin cable it has to be able ot get all of its power from the pcie slot i cant upgrade my psu as its a proprietary psu so please list cards that will run RE5 on medium to high settings prefferably high thanks

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July 4, 2013 5:41:13 PM

I would recommend the AMD Radeon 7770 GHz; there is a version of the card which will run on PCI-e power only. That is probably the best that you will do. :) 
July 4, 2013 5:45:50 PM

i need a card i can get off ebay thats not gonna cost me 100$
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July 4, 2013 5:51:42 PM

dannyboy2233 said:
I would recommend the AMD Radeon 7770 GHz; there is a version of the card which will run on PCI-e power only. That is probably the best that you will do. :) 


Oh, man, there is?! Then I should have gotten my current card. Or maybe those things are not available here in my country. LOL Anyway, what I know is that the HD 7750 is the most powerful card you could get without getting extra power. But if you can find such HD 7770's then it would be a good jump from an HD 7750. :) 

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a b U Graphics card
July 4, 2013 5:53:00 PM
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jk_ventolero said:
dannyboy2233 said:
I would recommend the AMD Radeon 7770 GHz; there is a version of the card which will run on PCI-e power only. That is probably the best that you will do. :) 


Oh, man, there is?! Then I should have gotten my current card. Or maybe those things are not available here in my country. LOL Anyway, what I know is that the HD 7750 is the most powerful card you could get without getting extra power. But if you can find such HD 7770's then it would be a good jump from an HD 7750. :) 


Yep. Believe me, I was just as surprise as you ;) 
However, I believe that your answer is that best, as (unbeknownst to me), OP's budget is less than $100... -_-
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