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best graphics card for around £90

ive got a pretty terrible system atm and im starting to slowly upgrade it now, the main thing letting me down is the graphics card so thats what im upgrading first. im planning on doing it in this order, graphics card > motherboard + processor + ram > cpu cooler > then little things like better disc drives and an SSD, i currently have a Sapphire HD 5450 which is pretty much useless for anything other than minecraft, im looking to spent around £90 but dont mind going upto £110 if its really worth it ive been looking at an AMD radeon HD 7770 but was just looking for some expert advice
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    GTX750TI. Problem solved.

    That's the only thing you really can buy, either that or the R7 265. Both are competent for the price.
  2. I would get the GTX 750 Ti along with a good 300-450 watt PSU.

    Here's a list:
    http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/parts/video-card/#c=164&sort=a7
  3. wolverine96 said:
    I would get the GTX 750 Ti along with a good 300-450 watt PSU.

    Here's a list:
    http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/parts/video-card/#c=164&sort=a7


    thanks for your answer :) i have a
    Corsair Builder Series 600w Modular 80+ bronze certified, corsair carbide 300r and hyper evo 212, they're the only 3 good things inside my computer, im now working on a full rebuild pretty much but thank you for helping me pick a card
  4. Just so you know, the Corsair Builder (CX) series of PSU's is known to have poor-quality capacitors. In other words, if it is a 500 watt PSU, it won't last long in a system that uses about 500 watts. Your system only uses about 300 watts, so you should be okay. If you find money under the couch, you will probably want to get a better PSU, though, LOL!
  5. wolverine96 said:
    Just so you know, the Corsair Builder (CX) series of PSU's is known to have poor-quality capacitors. In other words, if it is a 500 watt PSU, it won't last long in a system that uses about 500 watts. Your system only uses about 300 watts, so you should be okay. If you find money under the couch, you will probably want to get a better PSU, though, LOL!


    It's not too bad. I know of one that's lasted a couple years powering an i5 and a gtx660 (CX500M). It is still a good idea to invest in a PSU like a seasonic or antec power supply.
  6. Shadowblade2652 said:
    It's not too bad. I know of one that's lasted a couple years powering an i5 and a gtx660 (CX500M). It is still a good idea to invest in a PSU like a seasonic or antec power supply.


    Right. I just wanted to let you know. You should be fine.
  7. wolverine96 said:
    Shadowblade2652 said:
    It's not too bad. I know of one that's lasted a couple years powering an i5 and a gtx660 (CX500M). It is still a good idea to invest in a PSU like a seasonic or antec power supply.


    Right. I just wanted to let you know. You should be fine.


    haha man I'm not the OP
  8. Shadowblade2652 said:


    haha man I'm not the OP


    Sorry! That was a little confusing. When I said "you" i was meaning rockyjr.
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