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January 6, 2014 4:31:22 PM

I have Q6600 intel due 2 quad 2.4 and msi mother platinum 975x power up edition i want to replace my cpu if its worth it to get a used one better or over clock it to be able to handle a better graphics card and what's the best graphics card I can have,i prefers NVIDIA

I have about 500 watt power supply and 4 GB of ram at 633 can replace it by 8 GB at speed of 800 if its worth it

my current graphics card is GTS 8800
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January 6, 2014 4:45:16 PM

I would add another 4 GB of RAM.

The GPU: look at HD 7770, HD 7870, GTX 650 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 660 Ti.

Exactly what kind of PSU do you have? Some have 500W written on them but don't really deliver it.
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January 6, 2014 4:59:43 PM

aevm said:
I would add another 4 GB of RAM.

The GPU: look at HD 7770, HD 7870, GTX 650 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 660 Ti.

Exactly what kind of PSU do you have? Some have 500W written on them but don't really deliver it.


the power supply :KMEX Atx12v 500watt

won't I suffer from bottle nick with gtx 659 TI?
and how much the difference in term of power between gtx 650 TI and gtx 660 TI?

Thank you for the fast response

would it be any good to replace the CPU?
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January 7, 2014 5:42:53 AM

guys will I suffer from bottlenecking with GTX 660 TI with my current CPU without overcooking?
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January 7, 2014 5:44:34 AM

You most definitely will, though I'd say get the best card in your budget and save up for a new system and then use that card with your eventual system down the line

If that's DDR2 RAM then don't bother upgrading it since it's expensive, save that up for a future CPU/mobo/RAM overhaul
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January 7, 2014 6:16:14 AM

rolandzhang3 said:
You most definitely will, though I'd say get the best card in your budget and save up for a new system and then use that card with your eventual system down the line

If that's DDR2 RAM then don't bother upgrading it since it's expensive, save that up for a future CPU/mobo/RAM overhaul



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