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October 1, 2013 7:11:29 PM

I have an old Core 2 Quad that still runs fine but my old card died recently and I've been looking to get a new one. I have a 450W PSU. I've read this article here and it looks like the one that is the best in my price range is a Radeon HD 6670. I see this one is priced at $50 after rebate. Is that a good price for that card? I'm going to get a new PC soon so I want to be able to move it there too.
My price range is from $50 to $80.
Also, is now a good time to buy graphics cards or should I wait until Black Friday or somewhere around that time?

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a c 323 U Graphics card
October 1, 2013 7:13:45 PM

That is a good time to get that card. It is on the weak end so dont expect any sales or price drops. Buy it now, if you CAN wait though, the longer you hold out the cheaper cards get over time, that one has reached its bottom point though.
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October 1, 2013 7:16:13 PM

Gam3r01 said:
That is a good time to get that card. It is on the weak end so dont expect any sales or price drops. Buy it now, if you CAN wait though, the longer you hold out the cheaper cards get over time, that one has reached its bottom point though.



This. However, if you can find a 7750 in your price range jump on that
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a c 86 U Graphics card
October 1, 2013 7:18:25 PM

Its a pretty good price for it. That's what I use and it runs all games/programs/video that I try with it, but I don't generally use anything particularly heavy.
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October 1, 2013 7:23:48 PM

fudoka711 said:
This. However, if you can find a 7750 in your price range jump on that


I see this PowerColor 7750 but I've never heard of the brand before. Is this good?

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a c 323 U Graphics card
October 1, 2013 7:40:56 PM

Its not the best choice, but it will work. Its not the worst but you can get alot better.
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