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May 23, 2014 8:49:12 AM



Hello, guys.

I am Rabijit from India.

Friends, I need your help in choosing a graphics card for me and a decent power supply unit.

My budget is around Rs. 10000 (i.e. around $ 170.88 as on 23rd May, 2014) for the graphics card.

I have shortlisted two cards – Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti and Nvidia GeForce 750 Ti.

I also won’t mind any other recommendations.

I want to play games like Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts etc. on, at least, medium settings.

Thank you!

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May 23, 2014 8:56:22 AM

If you go with the GTX 750 Ti chances are you won't need to replace your PSU, The gtx 750 Ti uses about 60w of power and gets all its power from the PCIE slot... What is your PSU(assuming you already have one)? The GTX 750 Ti is a great card I'd recommend getting it.
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May 23, 2014 9:40:49 AM

Derza10 said:
If you go with the GTX 750 Ti chances are you won't need to replace your PSU, The gtx 750 Ti uses about 60w of power and gets all its power from the PCIE slot... What is your PSU(assuming you already have one)? The GTX 750 Ti is a great card I'd recommend getting it.


If your psu can handle it you could get a r7 265, it's faster than a 750ti and shouldn't cost to much more.
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May 23, 2014 9:46:40 AM

Romeru said:
Derza10 said:
If you go with the GTX 750 Ti chances are you won't need to replace your PSU, The gtx 750 Ti uses about 60w of power and gets all its power from the PCIE slot... What is your PSU(assuming you already have one)? The GTX 750 Ti is a great card I'd recommend getting it.


If your psu can handle it you could get a r7 265, it's faster than a 750ti and shouldn't cost to much more.

The r7 265 is only about 5% faster than the 750 ti... it also uses double the power and costs ~$10 more... Could you let us know what PSU you have?
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May 25, 2014 4:45:54 AM

Derza10 said:
If you go with the GTX 750 Ti chances are you won't need to replace your PSU, The gtx 750 Ti uses about 60w of power and gets all its power from the PCIE slot... What is your PSU(assuming you already have one)? The GTX 750 Ti is a great card I'd recommend getting it.


Thank you, Derza.
My current PSU is Lite On PS-5181-09VS that came with my OEM machine.
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May 25, 2014 4:52:34 AM

Romeru said:
Derza10 said:
If you go with the GTX 750 Ti chances are you won't need to replace your PSU, The gtx 750 Ti uses about 60w of power and gets all its power from the PCIE slot... What is your PSU(assuming you already have one)? The GTX 750 Ti is a great card I'd recommend getting it.


If your psu can handle it you could get a r7 265, it's faster than a 750ti and shouldn't cost to much more.


Thank you, Romeru.
But i am afraid i cannot afford the R7 265 as it costs Rs 13300 INR.

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May 25, 2014 5:47:20 AM

I would recommend you to go for a GTX 750 Ti.

But, if you could increase your budget upto Rs19000, I would recommend a GTX 760. That'd be a better option.
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May 25, 2014 9:44:24 AM

AmnesiaDaniel said:
I would recommend you to go for a GTX 750 Ti.

But, if you could increase your budget upto Rs19000, I would recommend a GTX 760. That'd be a better option.


Thank you, Daniel.
But, i really cannot afford anything, at the most, exceeding Rs. 11000 INR.
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