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NVidia GTX 650Ti or ATI Radeon HD 7750 ?

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January 12, 2014 7:38:09 AM

After asking about the best graphics card for my system, guys here at tomshardware recommended two video cards - The NVidia GTX 650Ti & an ATI Radeon HD 7750. I'm bit confused on which to choose ? Can u guys help me out ???



My Specs are :

ASUS P5KPL - AM/PS Motherboard
Intel Pentium E5200 @ 2.50 GHz
Kingston 2GB DDR2 RAM
Onboard G33/G31 Express Chipset graphics ( Liability !!! )
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January 12, 2014 7:41:07 AM

GTX 650 ti is on par with hd 7790 .So 650 ti is better .

GTX 650 ti -110W
HD 7790 - 85W

HD 7750 needs no power connectirs , only a pci-e slot ,draws up to 55W .
GTX 650 ti is 65% faster than HD 7750
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January 12, 2014 7:41:31 AM

In terms of raw speed, the 7750 is definitely weaker than the 650 ti.
However, your system will only end up bottlenecking it.
So get the 7750.
Also, you'll run in severe memory bottlenecks with the 2 GB of RAM that you have.
Add another 2 GB.
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January 12, 2014 7:42:23 AM

get hd 7790 it will perform better than 650ti and it consumes only 85w. 650ti eats 110w, i have hd 7750 and i game everything but to be more sure in the future get at least hd 7790 since is nr 1 in price performance on gpu top. ignore the bottleneck if you plan upgrading in the future
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January 12, 2014 7:46:33 AM

wouldn't gow with more than a 7750
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January 12, 2014 7:47:11 AM

Tzn said:
get hd 7790 it will perform better than 650ti and it consumes only 85w. 650ti eats 110w, i have hd 7750 and i game everything but to be more sure in the future get at least hd 7790 since is nr 1 in price performance on gpu top. ignore the bottleneck if you plan upgrading in the future


Only if you're getting a new system in the near future and wish to port this card to that system.
Also, by your other specs, you also may have a PSU that limits your options.
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January 12, 2014 7:52:56 AM

Your cpu will bottleneck both cards. I had Pentium G620 and it was blocking full potential of 6670 gddr5, I dont know how it would look on geforce, cause benchmarks on sites are always made on top cpu's. As mentioned above you also need more Ram to play newer games 2GB is not enough.
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January 12, 2014 8:24:09 AM

My Motherboard has only 2 ram slots,and so I can only get a maximum of 4 gb RAM. Will it be a problem with 7750 ???
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January 12, 2014 2:02:26 PM

get kingston or corsair 2x2 ddr2 ram
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