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Cheap NVIDIA graphic card (comparable to amd raedon HD7770)

Hey guys i have a AMD FX-6300 6-core edition processor 3.5GHz
8 GB Ram
suggest me any cheap nvidia graphic card 1gb ddr5 (similar to raedon HD 7770)
I was thinking of buying the raedon but i read that amd gpu's dont support physX
i need the gpu to play games like nfs rivals, cod ghosts and crysis 3
Budget 150$ or 9000 INR
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  1. None of the three games you named uses PhysX...
  2. Someone Somewhere said:
    None of the three games you named uses PhysX...

    I know these dont use PhysX, but i want a cheap graphic card 150$ around 9000 inr which supports PhysX and could play the games on med-high which i mentioned above
  3. There are very few games that do support PhysX.

    I'd suggest just getting the 7770. There's nothing from Nvidia in that price range that's a better deal.
  4. Cripes, guy wants an Nvidia card, why push a 7770 on him? Besides COD: Ghosts is a fully GPU-accelerated PhysX game, just one of several unique technologies you can't get with an AMD card.

    I'd go for a GTX 750 1GB or a GTX 750 Ti 2GB card. Even a GTX 650 Ti would be a good choice in that performance range.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_750_OC/25.html
  5. Fastest Nvidia card under 9k is the 650, so personally I'd go for the 7770 even given PhysX.

    Didn't know that CoD: Ghosts had PhysX - it's not on the list I found.
  6. I don't know what the exchange rate translation is, but the $150 budget listed in the first post would include the GTX 750 Ti and below. Newegg has a nice Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti Windforce for $130, and the GTX 750's are generally about $10 more than a 7770 with about 25% more performance and PhysX to boot. Hopefully, prices are similar where T2 plans to make his purchase, but there doesn't seem to be a good reason for him to give up on his stated brand preference and preferred graphics options in order to fit the budget.
  7. From what I've seen, stuff is pricey in India.
  8. 17seconds said:
    I don't know what the exchange rate translation is, but the $150 budget listed in the first post would include the GTX 750 Ti and below. Newegg has a nice Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti Windforce for $130, and the GTX 750's are generally about $10 more than a 7770 with about 25% more performance and PhysX to boot. Hopefully, prices are similar where T2 plans to make his purchase, but there doesn't seem to be a good reason for him to give up on his stated brand preference and preferred graphics options in order to fit the budget.


    Someone Somewhere is right
    Nvidia GTX 750 is out of my budget (in india)
    if you find any other card, please see it price on www.flipkart.com
  9. Someone Somewhere said:
    There are very few games that do support PhysX.

    I'd suggest just getting the 7770. There's nothing from Nvidia in that price range that's a better deal.

    Thanks but i recently extended my budget to 250 bucks$$
  10. So that's 15000 INR?
    You could go for a GTX 660. There are GTX 760's for 17000, but they're reference, and I don't recommend reference cards.(Although you could check reviews of the card on TechPowerUp, and if the review is good, then go for it. The GTX 780 coolers from NVIDIA are pretty good reference coolers, although not as good as aftermarket.)
  11. 750Ti would be a good choice, if you don't have a good power supply.
    Otherwise, the 660 is the better choice.
    Which power supply do you have?
  12. Best answer
    Go for a GTX660.
    Asus has those for around 15k, and Zotac have for 13k.
    I'd recommend saving the extra money and going ASUS.
    Update: looks like the prices have increased now.
    This MSI one is for 14.5k:
    http://www.flipkart.com/msi-nvidia-n660-gaming-2gd5-oc-geforce-gtx-660-gaming-2-gb-gddr5-graphics-card/p/itmdt7dhyx2agbr5?pid=GRCDT7DHYX2AGBR5&otracker=from-search&srno=t_3&query=660&ref=f985a79d-e55f-41d0-a699-dd22c97631a5
    Get it. It's good. Much better quality and quieter than Zotac.
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