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June 18, 2014 11:06:33 AM

Hey, I want a gpu under Rs 12,000 (INR) for my PC. My Pc specs:

2 GB ram
Intel Core 2 Duo e4600
Zotac Nvidia GT 210

ANd i want to ask if it will require better PSU (more watts) and will if the gpu, in the price range bottleneck my PC.

I wanna play current and next gen games like BF 4, COD Ghosts, Watch Dogs etc.
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June 18, 2014 11:15:04 AM

You could probably get an R7 260X but you are going to get bottlenecked by your cpu and ram. A complete system upgrade would be recommended.
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June 18, 2014 11:20:36 AM

Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?
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June 18, 2014 11:22:47 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
You could probably get an R7 260X but you are going to get bottlenecked by your cpu and ram. A complete system upgrade would be recommended.
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?
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June 18, 2014 11:31:27 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's

On a budget you could start of with an fx 6300 with 4gb of ram
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June 18, 2014 11:34:43 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
And how about motherboard?


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June 18, 2014 11:42:03 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
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June 18, 2014 11:46:07 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
how about 2-5K INR? As low price as possible please..

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June 18, 2014 12:19:25 PM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
how about 2-5K INR? As lower price as possible..



Unfortunately that won't get you much. You're gonna have to save up more and the games you want to play are quite cpu and gpu taxing

Basically you would want something like this:

CPU: AMD fx 6300, http://
RAM: You could start of with 4gb but 8gb is recommended (ddr3)
Motherboard This is cheap and has the old AMD chipset but it should work fine as long as you don't overclock
http://

Recommended, AMD 970 chipset, http://

You would then need a new graphics card, maybe an R7 260X/7790 or a gtx 650ti

I would recommend you save up at least 40k

What's your current psu ?
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June 19, 2014 1:58:54 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
how about 2-5K INR? As lower price as possible..



Unfortunately that won't get you much. You're gonna have to save up more and the games you want to play are quite cpu and gpu taxing

Basically you would want something like this:

CPU: AMD fx 6300, http://
RAM: You could start of with 4gb but 8gb is recommended (ddr3)
Motherboard This is cheap and has the old AMD chipset but it should work fine as long as you don't overclock
http://

Recommended, AMD 970 chipset, http://

You would then need a new graphics card, maybe an R7 260X/7790 or a gtx 650ti

I would recommend you save up at least 40k

What's your current psu ?
Frontech ATX P4 450W. My current motherboard Millennium 965 and please suggest ram models for 8 and 4 gb.


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June 19, 2014 3:30:26 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
how about 2-5K INR? As lower price as possible..



Unfortunately that won't get you much. You're gonna have to save up more and the games you want to play are quite cpu and gpu taxing

Basically you would want something like this:

CPU: AMD fx 6300, http://
RAM: You could start of with 4gb but 8gb is recommended (ddr3)
Motherboard This is cheap and has the old AMD chipset but it should work fine as long as you don't overclock
http://

Recommended, AMD 970 chipset, http://

You would then need a new graphics card, maybe an R7 260X/7790 or a gtx 650ti

I would recommend you save up at least 40k

What's your current psu ?
Frontech ATX P4 450W. My current motherboard Millennium 965 and please suggest ram models for 8 and 4 gb.




Get a single 4gb ram module for now
http://

Your power supply is quite weak in terms of quality, therefore for the graphics card I would recommend a gtx 750 which gets all it's power from the pci-e slot
http://

With that card you would not need to buy a new power supply which could save you about 4k

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June 19, 2014 3:46:33 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?


Actually it would be a cpu, ram and motherboard upgrade because your old motherboard will not take the newer gen cpu's
SO please can you give me a list of recommended cpu, ram and motherboard for gaming?




Budget ?
how about 2-5K INR? As lower price as possible..



Unfortunately that won't get you much. You're gonna have to save up more and the games you want to play are quite cpu and gpu taxing

Basically you would want something like this:

CPU: AMD fx 6300, http://
RAM: You could start of with 4gb but 8gb is recommended (ddr3)
Motherboard This is cheap and has the old AMD chipset but it should work fine as long as you don't overclock
http://

Recommended, AMD 970 chipset, http://

You would then need a new graphics card, maybe an R7 260X/7790 or a gtx 650ti

I would recommend you save up at least 40k

What's your current psu ?
Frontech ATX P4 450W. My current motherboard Millennium 965 and please suggest ram models for 8 and 4 gb.




Get a single 4gb ram module for now
http://

Your power supply is quite weak in terms of quality, therefore for the graphics card I would recommend a gtx 750 which gets all it's power from the pci-e slot
http://

With that card you would not need to buy a new power supply which could save you about 4k

How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?

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June 19, 2014 4:09:10 AM

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How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
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June 19, 2014 4:11:13 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Will it bottleneck my current PC specs?

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June 19, 2014 4:24:50 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Will it bottleneck my current PC specs?



Your processor is going to definitely hold that card back and the games you are looking to play are very processor intensive especially bf4 multiplayer and watch dogs being open world.
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June 19, 2014 4:29:27 AM

I am not a hardcore gamer just a casual one so not that much excited to play these very-high graphics game. Some older games like BF 3 etc.. will do at 30+ FPS.
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June 19, 2014 4:34:09 AM

gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
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June 19, 2014 4:38:49 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
Forget the games i mentioned and suggest me best gpu for my pc, can you please?

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June 19, 2014 4:48:47 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
Forget the games i mentioned and suggest me best gpu for my pc, can you please?



Their is really no "best" gpu for your system because most of the modern cards and games will be held back by your processor. At some stage you gonna have to get rid of it

The best you can go for in your budget and judging by your power supply is a gtx 750 as I have listed above
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June 19, 2014 5:01:29 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
Forget the games i mentioned and suggest me best gpu for my pc, can you please?



Their is really no "best" gpu for your system because most of the modern cards and games will be held back by your processor. At some stage you gonna have to get rid of it

The best you can go for in your budget and judging by your power supply is a gtx 750 as I have listed above
Should not I go for GTX 750 Ti edition or some other or you suggest only casual 750. And please also suggest which one - Asus, Msi, Zotac, Galaxy or some other.
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June 19, 2014 5:59:14 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
Forget the games i mentioned and suggest me best gpu for my pc, can you please?



Their is really no "best" gpu for your system because most of the modern cards and games will be held back by your processor. At some stage you gonna have to get rid of it

The best you can go for in your budget and judging by your power supply is a gtx 750 as I have listed above
Should not I go for GTX 750 Ti edition or some other or you suggest only casual 750. And please also suggest which one - Asus, Msi, Zotac, Galaxy or some other.


If your budget allows it, you could go with the 750ti which is about 13% faster than a 750
http://

or, just stick with the gtx 750 and put the change towards a better pc
http://

IMO, there's not a huge difference between them

I strongly recommend you just save up for a brand new pc and then maybe you can get this
http://
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June 19, 2014 6:05:41 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnw1fxws4n4 check it out and please help me, i do not know much about this stuff.


That's basically comparing the performance of the 7790, R7 260X, 650ti boost and the 7850. As you can see the 7790 and R7 260X perform basically the same while the 650ti boost and the 7850 perform relatively the same but are faster than the 7790 and R7 260X
Forget the games i mentioned and suggest me best gpu for my pc, can you please?



Their is really no "best" gpu for your system because most of the modern cards and games will be held back by your processor. At some stage you gonna have to get rid of it

The best you can go for in your budget and judging by your power supply is a gtx 750 as I have listed above
Should not I go for GTX 750 Ti edition or some other or you suggest only casual 750. And please also suggest which one - Asus, Msi, Zotac, Galaxy or some other.


If your budget allows it, you could go with the 750ti which is about 13% faster than a 750
http://

or, just stick with the gtx 750 and put the change towards a better pc
http://

IMO, there's not a huge difference between them

I strongly recommend you just save up for a brand new pc and then maybe you can get this
http://
Thanks. :) 

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June 19, 2014 7:36:32 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?
listen buddy,it seems that you have an old pentium 4 cpu. 2gb ram doesn't count towards modern gaming. and also u hv a prehistoric gpu. so i suggest that u should upgrade your pc from the scratch. 1st. u need a solid processor like i5 4550 or i5 3500 or amd fx 8350. 2nd. you need a decent ammount of ram(4-8gb) and 3rd.you need a very good gpu(graphics card). And before u do all this you need to check your motherboard if it even supports all this upgrade. Then you can play all the next gen games minimum at high fps and graphics quality. If you want all this it may cost you around 30-35k.

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June 19, 2014 9:54:16 AM

bumba6540 said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl, so what upgrade do you recommend for my processor and ram?
listen buddy,it seems that you have an old pentium 4 cpu. 2gb ram doesn't count towards modern gaming. and also u hv a prehistoric gpu. so i suggest that u should upgrade your pc from the scratch. 1st. u need a solid processor like i5 4550 or i5 3500 or amd fx 8350. 2nd. you need a decent ammount of ram(4-8gb) and 3rd.you need a very good gpu(graphics card). And before u do all this you need to check your motherboard if it even supports all this upgrade. Then you can play all the next gen games minimum at high fps and graphics quality. If you want all this it may cost you around 30-35k.

But money is the problem dude.
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June 19, 2014 10:00:21 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.

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June 19, 2014 10:14:35 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
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June 19, 2014 10:23:55 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.

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June 19, 2014 11:13:00 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.



Ok, listen up, I did not say that your system is not going to bottleneck the gtx 750, in fact it will to some extent. Their is basically no modern card that your system will not bottleneck and the games you want to play are very cpu intensive. Your ram is also too low, you need a minimum if 4gb for those games. I suggested the 750 because it offers the best bang for buck about 8.5k compared to the R7 260X which is about 11k or so and they perform relatively close and the 750 will put less strain on your crappy power supply



What the guy on the other forum meant is that if you where to get the R7 260X you would need a 6 pin molex converter since your power supply doesn't have one to power the card

I will say this again, I strongly suggest you just save up and buy a complete new system or get the gtx 750/750ti or R7 260X (whatever makes you happy) and deal with the bottleneck and maybe add components slowly from their on
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June 19, 2014 11:40:15 AM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.



Ok, listen up, I did not say that your system is not going to bottleneck the gtx 750, in fact it will to some extent. Their is basically no modern card that your system will not bottleneck and the games you want to play are very cpu intensive. Your ram is also too low, you need a minimum if 4gb for those games. I suggested the 750 because it offers the best bang for buck about 8.5k compared to the R7 260X which is about 11k or so and they perform relatively close and the 750 will put less strain on your crappy power supply



What the guy on the other forum meant is that if you where to get the R7 260X you would need a 6 pin molex converter since your power supply doesn't have one to power the card

I will say this again, I strongly suggest you just save up and buy a complete new system or get the gtx 750/750ti or R7 260X (whatever makes you happy) and deal with the bottleneck and maybe add components slowly from their on
Hey man! Why you so angry! Just keep calm. I am not a pro in it so i just asked you because you seems to be a pro, i thought you would be glad to help.
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June 19, 2014 11:50:27 AM

Ok cool man, i think you are right i will just go for gtx 750 ti, so you with me or gtx 750?
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June 19, 2014 11:59:11 AM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
Quote:
How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.



Ok, listen up, I did not say that your system is not going to bottleneck the gtx 750, in fact it will to some extent. Their is basically no modern card that your system will not bottleneck and the games you want to play are very cpu intensive. Your ram is also too low, you need a minimum if 4gb for those games. I suggested the 750 because it offers the best bang for buck about 8.5k compared to the R7 260X which is about 11k or so and they perform relatively close and the 750 will put less strain on your crappy power supply



What the guy on the other forum meant is that if you where to get the R7 260X you would need a 6 pin molex converter since your power supply doesn't have one to power the card

I will say this again, I strongly suggest you just save up and buy a complete new system or get the gtx 750/750ti or R7 260X (whatever makes you happy) and deal with the bottleneck and maybe add components slowly from their on
Hey man! Why you so angry! Just keep calm. I am not a pro in it so i just asked you because you seems to be a pro, i thought you would be glad to help. ANd the price you told is not true gtx 750 ti is priced at Rs 11,300 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750ti-2-gb-ddr...,
r7 260x at Rs 10,500 - http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-260-...
and gtx 750 at Rs 9791 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750-1-gb-ddr5-...



I am not getting angry and I will help you in the best way I can

Don't know where you are going to buy your stuff from but I see that snapdeal had it cheaper, http://. I am not from india so I don't know which dealer is reliable. But looking at the chart posted above you can see that the gtx 750 performs roughly the same as the R7 260X and is cheaper. The 750ti also has a slight edge over the 260X but is a bit more expensive
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June 19, 2014 12:12:02 PM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
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How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.



Ok, listen up, I did not say that your system is not going to bottleneck the gtx 750, in fact it will to some extent. Their is basically no modern card that your system will not bottleneck and the games you want to play are very cpu intensive. Your ram is also too low, you need a minimum if 4gb for those games. I suggested the 750 because it offers the best bang for buck about 8.5k compared to the R7 260X which is about 11k or so and they perform relatively close and the 750 will put less strain on your crappy power supply



What the guy on the other forum meant is that if you where to get the R7 260X you would need a 6 pin molex converter since your power supply doesn't have one to power the card

I will say this again, I strongly suggest you just save up and buy a complete new system or get the gtx 750/750ti or R7 260X (whatever makes you happy) and deal with the bottleneck and maybe add components slowly from their on
Hey man! Why you so angry! Just keep calm. I am not a pro in it so i just asked you because you seems to be a pro, i thought you would be glad to help. ANd the price you told is not true gtx 750 ti is priced at Rs 11,300 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750ti-2-gb-ddr...,
r7 260x at Rs 10,500 - http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-260-...
and gtx 750 at Rs 9791 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750-1-gb-ddr5-...



I am not getting angry and I will help you in the best way I can

Don't know where you are going to buy your stuff from but I see that snapdeal had it cheaper, http://. I am not from india so I don't know which dealer is reliable. But looking at the chart posted above you can see that the gtx 750 performs roughly the same as the R7 260X and is cheaper. The 750ti also has a slight edge over the 260X but is a bit more expensive
Thanks for your help brother, really really this was helpful but can you check this out please - fps of games with both cards and after reviewing them please tell me you final choice 750 or 750 ti, if the boost in performance of games with 750 ti worth for 1.5k extra:

750 ti - http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-750M-SLI...
750 - http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-750M.902...

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June 19, 2014 12:14:04 PM

gaggudeep said:
Ok cool man, i think you are right i will just go for gtx 750 ti, so you with me or gtx 750?


If your budget allows it, then go with the 750ti since it is the faster card and uses less power. I think Snapdeal has it cheaper
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June 19, 2014 12:16:59 PM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Ok cool man, i think you are right i will just go for gtx 750 ti, so you with me or gtx 750?


If your budget allows it, then go with the 750ti since it is the faster card and uses less power. I think Snapdeal has it cheaper
Last question, How much will the bottlenecking decrease the performance by as per FPS AND percentage?

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June 19, 2014 12:20:27 PM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
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How about HD 7790, hd 7770, hd 7750, r7 250x, r7 260x - Anyone which will do?




Let me summarize your choices (I will list them in order of high performance to low)

7790, R7 260X and the gtx 750 are all in the same performance category but the 7790 and R7 260X require more power and a 6 pin connector which I doubt your psu has. The gtx 750 on the other hand is cheaper, uses less power and does not require external power

The 7770 and R7 250X fall in the same performance category but are slower than the cards above and again require a six pin connector and more power

The 7750 is the slowest from the bunch

Therefore the best card seems to be a gtx 750, the one I listed above
Hey Scremin34Egl but in a forum i found we get a 4 pin connector.



Which forum, provide a link
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2187111/compatib... - Look at the answers of woworwow.



Ok, listen up, I did not say that your system is not going to bottleneck the gtx 750, in fact it will to some extent. Their is basically no modern card that your system will not bottleneck and the games you want to play are very cpu intensive. Your ram is also too low, you need a minimum if 4gb for those games. I suggested the 750 because it offers the best bang for buck about 8.5k compared to the R7 260X which is about 11k or so and they perform relatively close and the 750 will put less strain on your crappy power supply



What the guy on the other forum meant is that if you where to get the R7 260X you would need a 6 pin molex converter since your power supply doesn't have one to power the card

I will say this again, I strongly suggest you just save up and buy a complete new system or get the gtx 750/750ti or R7 260X (whatever makes you happy) and deal with the bottleneck and maybe add components slowly from their on
Hey man! Why you so angry! Just keep calm. I am not a pro in it so i just asked you because you seems to be a pro, i thought you would be glad to help. ANd the price you told is not true gtx 750 ti is priced at Rs 11,300 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750ti-2-gb-ddr...,
r7 260x at Rs 10,500 - http://www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-radeon-r7-260-...
and gtx 750 at Rs 9791 - http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-750-1-gb-ddr5-...



I am not getting angry and I will help you in the best way I can

Don't know where you are going to buy your stuff from but I see that snapdeal had it cheaper, http://. I am not from india so I don't know which dealer is reliable. But looking at the chart posted above you can see that the gtx 750 performs roughly the same as the R7 260X and is cheaper. The 750ti also has a slight edge over the 260X but is a bit more expensive
Thanks for your help brother, really really this was helpful but can you check this out please - fps of games with both cards and after reviewing them please tell me you final choice 750 or 750 ti, if the boost in performance of games with 750 ti worth for 1k extra:

750 ti - http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-750M-SLI...
750 - http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GT-750M.902...



That's the notebook version of the card. If you need to check the performance look here, http://
Take note that the performance is going to be significantly lower on your system due to your cpu.

1000 rupees is approximately $17 which is not that much considering you get a faster card with more memory. If that's the difference then I would take the 750ti over the 750
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June 19, 2014 12:21:34 PM

You didn't read my last question? And i also want to tell my monitor's native resolution is 1440x900 60 Hz if it will make any differnence. :p 
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June 19, 2014 12:38:07 PM

just save money buy a new pc and resale the old one if possible and keep your budget at least around 40 k INR without including monitor , ups, keyboard and mouse... 40 k pc is caled a budget pc now a days...... gtx 750 ti is a good card but i will suggest u to increase your budget of gpu by 1000 rs and buy a gtx 660 its better than 260x or 750ti in every ways............. buy an amd fx 6300 and any motherboard compatible with amd processor buy atleast 4 gb of ram and u can always upgrade that later buy a good case or pc cabinet wich have atleast 1 intake fan in front and 1 exhaust fan at rear and top ,smps 500 - 550 watt of psu would be enough for u but not local brands they are crappy buy brands like corsair,coolermaster ,sesonic, antec etc..
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June 19, 2014 12:40:46 PM

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just save money buy a new pc and resale the old one if possible and keep your budget at least around 40- 45 k INR without including monitor , ups, keyboard and mouse... 40 k pc is caled a budget pc now a days...... gtx 750 ti is a good card but i will suggest u to increase your budget of gpu by 1000 rs and buy a gtx 660 its better than 260x or 750ti in every ways............. buy an amd fx 6300 and any motherboard compatible with amd processor buy atleast 4 gb of ram and u can always upgrade that later buy a good case or pc cabinet wich have atleast 1 intake fan in front and 1 exhaust fan at rear and top ,smps 500 - 550 watt of psu would be enough for u but not local brands they are crappy buy brands like corsair,coolermaster ,sesonic, antec etc..
I don't have much money, else i would have upgraded my PC much before. Thanks for suggestion.

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June 19, 2014 12:44:48 PM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Ok cool man, i think you are right i will just go for gtx 750 ti, so you with me or gtx 750?


If your budget allows it, then go with the 750ti since it is the faster card and uses less power. I think Snapdeal has it cheaper
Last question, How much will the bottlenecking decrease the performance by as per FPS AND percentage?



I can't really quantify that without some real world tests but it can be as much as 50% loss in performance or more
Check this chart out, http://
Your cpu sits right at the bottom, not good. Older games would work fine but newer games will be held back

If you can find a cheap core 2 quad Q9650,Q9550 and if your motherboard supports it then that could help alleviate the bottleneck a bit
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June 19, 2014 12:48:27 PM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
Ok cool man, i think you are right i will just go for gtx 750 ti, so you with me or gtx 750?


If your budget allows it, then go with the 750ti since it is the faster card and uses less power. I think Snapdeal has it cheaper
Last question, How much will the bottlenecking decrease the performance by as per FPS AND percentage?



I can't really quantify that without some real world tests but it can be as much as 50% loss in performance or more
Check this chart out, http://
Your cpu sits right at the bottom, not good. Older games would work fine but newer games will be held back

If you can find a cheap core 2 quad Q9650,Q9550 and if your motherboard supports it then that could help alleviate the bottleneck a bit
By 50%!!!!! OH no man! I don't know wha to do?????? Totally confused.. :( 


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June 19, 2014 1:00:13 PM

u are welcome :)  .... u can go for zotac gtx 750 1 gb non ti version its a good card and will cost u around 9000 rs
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June 19, 2014 1:06:39 PM

prit87 said:
u are welcome :)  .... u can go for zotac gtx 750 1 gb non ti version its a good card and will cost u around 9000 rs
Won't it bottleneck my rig?

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June 19, 2014 1:15:49 PM

it may,, thats why i told u to do a full system upgrade in the 1st place and if u want to install an amd processor u need an amd socket compatible mobo otherwise the processor will not fit..... your motherboard is an intel compatible board so if u want an amd processor u have to change ur motherboard also...
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June 19, 2014 1:18:41 PM

But my dad won't allow me to do a upgrade on all these.
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June 19, 2014 1:19:23 PM

Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
How about this - http://www.snapdeal.com/product/amd-4-ghz-am3-fx4300/18... will it do?



You realize you will need a new motherboard for that. It's much better than your old processor but I would spend a bit more and get an fx 6300
Won't a local motherboard do?

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June 19, 2014 1:23:08 PM

yup a local mobo will do just fine it just it needed to be AMD compatible u dont have to spent much money on mobo 3 - 3.5 k u can get a gigabite or asus entry level motherboard
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June 19, 2014 1:39:11 PM

gaggudeep said:
Scremin34Egl said:
gaggudeep said:
How about this - http://www.snapdeal.com/product/amd-4-ghz-am3-fx4300/18... will it do?



You realize you will need a new motherboard for that. It's much better than your old processor but I would spend a bit more and get an fx 6300
Won't a local motherboard do?



What do you mean by "local motherboard" ?
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