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  1. Coolmax sells PSU-shaped objects that are not fit for purpose. On a tight budget, check out the Antec VP-450.
    The GT620 is not a gaming card. Something like a HD7750 or GTX650 would be decent. If they're too high, get at least a GDDR5 version of the HD6670 or GT640.
    What is your total budget for this system?
  2. Id really like to stay around the 70 dollar mark for most parts, i know it wont get me the best i just want a cheap card that can play most games with low settings and a little lag here and there.
  3. Onus said:
    Coolmax sells PSU-shaped objects that are not fit for purpose. On a tight budget, check out the Antec VP-450.
    The GT620 is not a gaming card. Something like a HD7750 or GTX650 would be decent. If they're too high, get at least a GDDR5 version of the HD6670 or GT640.
    What is your total budget for this system?


    Im Gonna Get the Antec like you requested, is this card any better?
    http://www.amazon.com/HIS-Express-Profile-Graphics-H667FN1G/dp/B0062HIQLU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1380238868&sr=8-1&keywords=Radeon+HD+6670+Low+Profile
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    Yes, that is a GDDR5 version of the HD6670, and since you are willing to accept "Low" settings, I think you will be pleased to get a mix of low and medium out of this card.
  5. Onus said:
    Yes, that is a GDDR5 version of the HD6670, and since you are willing to accept "Low" settings, I think you will be pleased to get a mix of low and medium out of this card.


    Thanks man you helped me a lot! but ive got another quick question, Is the processor good enough to run skyrim? Because i know it is a CPU reliant game.
    (I know i could google it but id get mixed responses)
  6. Since you are willing to play on lowered settings, I believe it will be.
  7. Onus said:
    Since you are willing to play on lowered settings, I believe it will be.


    Ok thanks for the help :D
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