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March 6, 2014 4:13:41 AM

i don't know if new card can work on my computer or not

here my spec
Cpu: Core i3 530 @2.9GHz
Motherboard: intel dh55hc
PSU: 600w
Ram: 8 gig 1333
GPU: xfx 4870 256 bit

if you can help me with picking card from this site
http://citycenter.jo/index.php?route=product/category&p...
don't mind about stock

my budget about 120 JOD
March 6, 2014 4:21:23 AM

If you give more information about your PSU such as make / model that will help people determine suitability.

Also Purpose - Gaming?
How many monitors? What resolution?
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March 6, 2014 4:42:14 AM

calza said:
If you give more information about your PSU such as make / model that will help people determine suitability.

Also Purpose - Gaming?
How many monitors? What resolution?


About PSU can't get the information about it now but will do when i get home.

mostly gaming and illustrator, one monitor on 1920x1080

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March 6, 2014 4:47:01 AM

Go for the 750 ti if possible, will be a good match for your CPU.
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March 6, 2014 8:04:24 AM



RobCrezz said:
Go for the 750 ti if possible, will be a good match for your CPU.

seem better than 650 ti but still not available i think i will wait for it, but can you explain to me how it good with my cpu ?
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March 6, 2014 8:12:29 AM

Terroreye said:


RobCrezz said:
Go for the 750 ti if possible, will be a good match for your CPU.

seem better than 650 ti but still not available i think i will wait for it, but can you explain to me how it good with my cpu ?


You obviously dont want to go too high otherwise your CPU will hold it back. It might not be available in your country yet, but should be soon, its only just become available in UK.
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