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Does this graphics card suck?

just wondering im buying a new one just wanna know if this is bad for games like dayZ here it is
NVIDIA GeForce 9100
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  1. lol yes.
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    I have a faster calculator if you want to borrow it
  3. Alec Mowat said:
    I have a faster calculator if you want to borrow it


    LOL sure man that cracked me up knew my graphics card was bad why i bought a new one
  4. Google image "Sucky Graphics Cards" and the 9100 came up first.
  5. I'm pretty sure that's just an onboard Nvidia chip. It's technically not a "graphics card" at all.

    Any graphics card will out perform it, depending on what your CPU use. Unless it's a laptop.
  6. Alec Mowat said:
    I'm pretty sure that's just an onboard Nvidia chip. It's technically not a "graphics card" at all.

    Any graphics card will out perform it, depending on what your CPU use. Unless it's a laptop.


    I just bought a Sappire R9 270 gonna be a hugeeee upgrade for me and my computer is a desktop
  7. Nathan753951 said:
    Alec Mowat said:
    I'm pretty sure that's just an onboard Nvidia chip. It's technically not a "graphics card" at all.

    Any graphics card will out perform it, depending on what your CPU use. Unless it's a laptop.


    I just bought a Sappire R9 270 gonna be a hugeeee upgrade for me and my computer is a desktop


    How big your power supply?
  8. Alec Mowat said:
    Nathan753951 said:
    Alec Mowat said:
    I'm pretty sure that's just an onboard Nvidia chip. It's technically not a "graphics card" at all.

    Any graphics card will out perform it, depending on what your CPU use. Unless it's a laptop.


    I just bought a Sappire R9 270 gonna be a hugeeee upgrade for me and my computer is a desktop


    How big your power supply?


    to be honest no clue just got into all this stuff but you might be able to find it on here its my pc http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/396329 ive talked to other people on here bout it and they said it should work perfectly with my pc
  9. No, it won't

    Power Provided
    300 Watt


    You don't have enough power. It will crash during games, potentially damaging the card. You need a new PSU.
  10. Alec Mowat said:
    No, it won't

    Power Provided
    300 Watt


    You don't have enough power. It will crash during games, potentially damaging the card. You need a new PSU.

    so i wasted all that money woooooooow
  11. Nathan753951 said:
    Alec Mowat said:
    No, it won't

    Power Provided
    300 Watt


    You don't have enough power. It will crash during games, potentially damaging the card. You need a new PSU.

    so i wasted all that money woooooooow


    Yes, you'll need a new PSU before you can get a new card. At least 500W for that one. You could probably get a 400W - 450W and get a 750 Ti, considering is uses half the power.

    But you are going to bottleneck on the processor anyway.
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