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Can I Place ATI Radeon HD7750 DDR5 in my DDR3 motherboard & Can it place these games?

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October 20, 2013 2:41:15 PM

I want to buy a ati radeon HD 7750 DDR5 but first i want to confirm that can i put the ati radeon HD 7750 DDR5 in my DDR3 supported mother board and can it run GTA V (after it releases), Batman Arkham Orgins and Crysis 3 on which settings?

MY PC Specs are :

Intel Core i3 - 2100 - 3.10 GHz
Ram 4GB (2x2)
Mother board : DH61WW
a b V Motherboard
October 20, 2013 2:44:54 PM

It can probably play them on low setting, maybe medium for some. It is completely compatible. Hope this helps.
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October 20, 2013 2:46:20 PM

saif ali said:
I want to buy a ati radeon HD 7750 DDR5 but first i want to confirm that can i put the ati radeon HD 7750 DDR5 in my DDR3 supported mother board and can it run GTA V (after it releases), Batman Arkham Orgins and Crysis 3 on which settings?

MY PC Specs are :

Intel Core i3 - 2100 - 3.10 GHz
Ram 4GB (2x2)
Mother board : DH61WW


Yes. The "DDR5" (and I think you actually mean GDDR5) you're referring to is the dedicated video memory. It has nothing to do with system memory. Video memory is memory used by the graphics card to store data regarding the next frame it'll be rendering, while system memory is used by the CPU to store data and variables it can use for whatever process. You can effectively think of graphics card and CPUs as having their own types of memory. An HD 7750 will fit just fine.
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October 20, 2013 2:48:35 PM

Most probably on low-medium settings.
Yo have to upgrade your video card and ram.
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October 20, 2013 2:48:55 PM

First of all the RAM your motherboard supports has nothing to do with the RAM that's on the GPU so you should have no problem. Second of all I want to ask you what PSU you have because you might want to consider getting a 7790 (which isn't much more expensive) over a 7750. A 7750 should play any of the games already out fairly well, some of the more intense ones might have to be on low/medium but the games coming out may struggle like GTA V, Watchdogs, etc. Atleast with a 7790 you will have a much better card for barley any extra cash
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October 20, 2013 2:51:10 PM

Damon Palovaara said:
First of all the RAM your motherboard supports has nothing to do with the RAM that's on the GPU so you should have no problem. Second of all I want to ask you what PSU you have because you might want to consider getting a 7790 (which isn't much more expensive) over a 7750. A 7750 should play any of the games already out fairly well, some of the more intense ones might have to be on low/medium but the games coming out may struggle like GTA V, Watchdogs, etc. Atleast with a 7790 you will have a much better card for barley any extra cash


Its a uite good bit of money. A new PSU ($40) and a GPU ($100). The 7750 is only $60. That's more than double the price!
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October 20, 2013 4:01:28 PM

kirilmatthew said:
Damon Palovaara said:
First of all the RAM your motherboard supports has nothing to do with the RAM that's on the GPU so you should have no problem. Second of all I want to ask you what PSU you have because you might want to consider getting a 7790 (which isn't much more expensive) over a 7750. A 7750 should play any of the games already out fairly well, some of the more intense ones might have to be on low/medium but the games coming out may struggle like GTA V, Watchdogs, etc. Atleast with a 7790 you will have a much better card for barley any extra cash


Its a uite good bit of money. A new PSU ($40) and a GPU ($100). The 7750 is only $60. That's more than double the price!


Oh my bad I thought the 7750 was still going for 80, you can find a 7790 for 100 now
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