Two gpu! Which one is good!

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  1. better choose the new GTX 750Ti, more performance for less power
  2. ferooxidan said:
    better choose the new GTX 750Ti, more performance for less power


    A 750ti sells for around $150usd, whereas the 650 sells for $100. Big jump in price.

    I'd get the r7 250. However, the r7 250x is little more and worth it.
  3. Yep,i've not sufficient budget for 750!
    So i shld go for 650
  4. For newer games (2013/2014) use R7 250 for older games (Before 2012) Use GTX 650
  5. Sachin Joshi said:


    Not really... They're okay, but they do have a higher rate of broken cards than other companies.
  6. Ddr5 versions have good performance corresponding to ddr3!
  7. Sachin Joshi said:
    Ddr5 versions have good performance corresponding to ddr3!


    I don't know if that's a question or a statement, but yes, a DDR5 or GDDR5 card will perform better generally than a DDR3 card.
  8. That was a statement for envy
  9. Sachin Joshi said:
    That was a statement for envy


    Not sure what the question is. But DDR5 is newer and faster. The one I listed seems priced right for you.
  10. Sachin Joshi said:


    I'd suggest contacting the company. Click on "Send Enquiry" I am not familiar with this case and I don't see enough specs to tell me whether or not the GPU will fit. Usually cases will tell you how long of a GPU the case supports.

    Can you provide your system specs? CPU? Mobo? PSU?
  11. Cpu-intel pentium g2010 dual core @2.8 ghz
    mobo-intel DH61HO classic series
    psu-450W
  12. 4 GB DDR3 RAM
    nvidia geforce 210(current gpu)
  13. Can you measure the distance from the rear of case to the HDD cage in the front? this will tell you how long of a GPU the case supports.

    Also, can you list some specs on your PSU. or link to the model # and details?
  14. Sachin Joshi said:


    That doesn't tell us anything about your PSU (other than 450W) and what size GPU can work in it.
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