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What GPU card would be best for my Asus P5NE-SLI motherboard?

I want to play BF4 with the best possible frame rate and all and I have an older motherboard. Right now I am running an EVGA 8800 GT card but it lags a bit. I have a quad core 2.44 gHz proc.
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    Bender21 said:
    I want to play BF4 with the best possible frame rate and all and I have an older motherboard. Right now I am running an EVGA 8800 GT card but it lags a bit. I have a quad core 2.44 gHz proc.


    Well, if you can, upgrade the processor. For a pretty good card, you can get an NVIDIA GTX 670 TI.
  2. B7Tech said:
    Bender21 said:
    I want to play BF4 with the best possible frame rate and all and I have an older motherboard. Right now I am running an EVGA 8800 GT card but it lags a bit. I have a quad core 2.44 gHz proc.


    Well, if you can, upgrade the processor. For a pretty good card, you can get an NVIDIA GTX 670 TI.


    Thanks.
  3. Bender21 said:
    B7Tech said:
    Bender21 said:
    I want to play BF4 with the best possible frame rate and all and I have an older motherboard. Right now I am running an EVGA 8800 GT card but it lags a bit. I have a quad core 2.44 gHz proc.


    Well, if you can, upgrade the processor. For a pretty good card, you can get an NVIDIA GTX 670 TI.


    Thanks.


    No problem. Maybe if you're willing to spend some more you can always spend a little more on 700 series go for that, or the AMD 7790.
  4. And these cards will work with my cpu and board as it stands right now?
  5. Bender21 said:
    And these cards will work with my cpu and board as it stands right now?


    I just did some research on that motherboard, it has the old nForce chipset so there's a low chance it will support the newer cards. I wouldn't recommend buying a gpu and then having a low chance of it working. You can try building your own computer if that thought sounds a bit better.... sorry :/
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