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What is the right video card for asus g41?

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September 1, 2013 10:11:10 PM

My PC specs:
MoBo: ASUS G41
Processor: Dual Core E5700
Rams: 3gb
I wanna buy Video Card for gaming,so what is the right Vcard that will compatible with my specs??
Note: my budget is $400

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September 1, 2013 10:17:11 PM

First off a 400 dollar budget is actually a bit much for that machine, as there would be several bottlenecks. I would not recommend a card that cost more then 100 because you would honestly be held back by other components. Also if your adamant about spending that much on a GPU make sure your power supply is up to par to handle it or you could just have an expensive paper weight.

My recommendation is

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

and pocketing the other 300 to work on making a bit newer of a machine.
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September 2, 2013 11:51:06 AM

xroe said:
First off a 400 dollar budget is actually a bit much for that machine, as there would be several bottlenecks. I would not recommend a card that cost more then 100 because you would honestly be held back by other components. Also if your adamant about spending that much on a GPU make sure your power supply is up to par to handle it or you could just have an expensive paper weight.

My recommendation is

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

and pocketing the other 300 to work on making a bit newer of a machine.

Thanks so much, I really appreciate your response..But do you think that my processor is gonna work compatibly with the new VCARD that you recommend, I mean, it won't be a confliction between processor and new vcard especially, my processor is quite old. thanks again
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September 2, 2013 5:45:47 PM

There should be no incompatibilities although as I said make sure your PSU is up to par. I'd recommend at least a 450 watt.
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September 2, 2013 11:40:17 PM

Any card will work with that board, but as the other poster said $400 is too much.
I would suggest something like a Radeon 7700. Anything more will bottleneck too much to be worthwhile in many games/programsw


With $400 you could do a full GPU/CPU/mobo upgrade though

Whats your PSU?
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September 3, 2013 5:02:12 AM

smeezekitty said:
Any card will work with that board, but as the other poster said $400 is too much.
I would suggest something like a Radeon 7700. Anything more will bottleneck too much to be worthwhile in many games/programsw


With $400 you could do a full GPU/CPU/mobo upgrade though

Whats your PSU?


PSU/ 1000 w .. Now I can see that $400 is too much for Vcard but in the same time it's not good enough to upgrade a whole PC. So I'm tryin to collect piece by piece according to the budget that I have now. So I wanna a Vcard that allows me to run games in the current system till the next month ,so i can be able to pickup another component and so on
Thanks a lot
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September 3, 2013 12:45:18 PM

In that case I would wait until at least October before even buying a new GPU as that's when radeon will be launching their new 9 series of GPUs which should perform substantially better then the current lineup and price drops should follow for the current lineup. There is also rumor of Nvidia releasing the 8 series in Q1 of 2014 although that's a ways away if you can't wait. If you really feel however that you can't wait any longer I recommend this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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