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

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October 29, 2013 2:03:51 PM

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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October 29, 2013 4:11:41 PM

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.
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October 29, 2013 4:15:10 PM

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.
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October 29, 2013 4:20:44 PM

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.
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October 29, 2013 8:13:58 PM

And these cards will work with my cpu and board as it stands right now?
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October 30, 2013 1:37:10 PM

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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