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What will be a good/compatible graphics card on my pc.

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April 28, 2014 4:43:19 AM

Specs:
processor: AMD Athlon 64x2 dual core
[current graphics card]: NVIDIA Geforce 9400 GT
RAM: 3GB(ddr2)

im looking for a ddr3 with 128 bit :) 

i forgot whats the model of my mobo(FOXCONN) ... i just want a graphics card to get atleast stable 50-60fps on my games like League of Legends..

Thanks!
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April 28, 2014 5:14:37 AM

Any Gtx 750/750ti will do you fine. You'll be suffering from your other components even with a lower end card like that.
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May 1, 2014 3:29:48 PM

Redheadsrule13 said:
Any Gtx 750/750ti will do you fine. You'll be suffering from your other components even with a lower end card like that.


dude im just looking for a ddr3 so that i can afford it xD

what ddr3 "GT" card can you suggest that can be compatible on my pc?

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May 3, 2014 10:55:39 AM

All up to date graphics card have GDDR5 memory. Spending the tiniest bit amount of money on obsolete nvidia GT cards would be an utter waste.
There's no solid 60 fps with this hardware, unless you're play on ultra low resolution with low settings. Even if you did buy a powerful graphics card, your cpu would bottleneck it.

Simply put, you are in need of an upgrade. You don't have the money, buy a console. They will offer better performance and quality than your computer.
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May 4, 2014 2:59:05 AM

Pzyko said:
Redheadsrule13 said:
Any Gtx 750/750ti will do you fine. You'll be suffering from your other components even with a lower end card like that.


dude im just looking for a ddr3 so that i can afford it xD

what ddr3 "GT" card can you suggest that can be compatible on my pc?



Almost all modern cards have GDDR5, and the 750/750ti cards are the cheapest available.
Although, if you're upgrading in order to try and get more performance, don't bother. Just wait and do a full system build. Any single new component you install will be held back by the rest of your system.
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