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Can my motherboard support the ASUS GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU II OC??

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July 12, 2014 3:23:47 AM

I have a Gigabyte GA-M52LT-D3 motherboard and an AMD Phenom II X6 1055t CPU.
I just wanna know if my motherboard is compatible with the ASUS GeForce GTX 760 GPU and whether I will be able to get good FPS when gaming with this setup.
I also have 8GB of RAM and GT-ATX 500W power supply


Thanks in advance :D 
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July 12, 2014 3:44:51 AM

well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..
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July 12, 2014 3:51:54 AM

Yes your motherboard can support gtx760.....BUT as prit87 Said your cpu will definitely bottleneck the card..................So i will not recommend this .......
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July 12, 2014 5:12:31 AM

prit87 said:
well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..


So that basically means I will got get the best performance??
And if i want that,i need an Intel Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz(I found on a site its best with that i5) and a new motherboard?
And can u suggest some motherboards to go with that i5?

But my power supply can provide enough power for the GTX,regardless of the CPU?

Thanks anyway...
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July 12, 2014 8:29:02 AM

If you are on a budget get a
Asus p8b75-M
or
Msi B75ma-P45......best for a I5.......
In case of your power supply...... U have a 500wt
Psu which is not enough for gtx 760.....
As the minimum requirement of gtx 760 is 600wt............. So...I suggest to get a gtx660 which is the best mid-range gpu for 1080p gaming...........
I u want to build a buget pc....I can help u......... Just give me your pc spec...full.....
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July 12, 2014 10:33:26 AM

LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..


So that basically means I will got get the best performance??
And if i want that,i need an Intel Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz(I found on a site its best with that i5) and a new motherboard?
And can u suggest some motherboards to go with that i5?

But my power supply can provide enough power for the GTX,regardless of the CPU?

Thanks anyway...


if u want to switch to Intel you have to change your motherboard as well which u already know..now for i5 4570 get a h87 chipset board ..... and for the psu if you are not going to oc the gpu then its fine a bit tight though...
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July 12, 2014 10:35:14 AM

The R9 280 is a better choice over the 760.
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July 12, 2014 10:37:29 AM

You should switch to intel
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July 12, 2014 10:39:16 AM

ritiktyagi26 said:
If you are on a budget get a
Asus p8b75-M
or
Msi B75ma-P45......best for a I5.......
In case of your power supply...... U have a 500wt
Psu which is not enough for gtx 760.....
As the minimum requirement of gtx 760 is 600wt............. So...I suggest to get a gtx660 which is the best mid-range gpu for 1080p gaming...........
I u want to build a buget pc....I can help u......... Just give me your pc spec...full.....

Alright thanks but i read somewhere that the GeForce GTX 760 (http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt...) needs at least 500W....
Maybe I'll get the ASUS 660 or 660 Ti?
Also,these motherboards that you gave me only support 3rd generation of core i5s..If i decide to buy an i5,i have already chosen the i5 4570 3.2 GHz(thats 4th generation)..and theGigabyte GA-B85M-DH3 seems just fine for that CPU
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July 12, 2014 10:55:48 AM

prit87 said:
LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..


So that basically means I will got get the best performance??
And if i want that,i need an Intel Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz(I found on a site its best with that i5) and a new motherboard?
And can u suggest some motherboards to go with that i5?

But my power supply can provide enough power for the GTX,regardless of the CPU?

Thanks anyway...


if u want to switch to Intel you have to change your motherboard as well which u already know..now for i5 4570 get a h87 chipset board ..... and for the psu if you are not going to oc the gpu then its fine a bit tight though...

I think that the gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H seems just fine...it supports the 4rd generation of intel core i3s i5s and i7s...costs around 65 euros or $90 i think
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July 12, 2014 11:01:33 AM

LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..


So that basically means I will got get the best performance??
And if i want that,i need an Intel Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz(I found on a site its best with that i5) and a new motherboard?
And can u suggest some motherboards to go with that i5?

But my power supply can provide enough power for the GTX,regardless of the CPU?

Thanks anyway...


if u want to switch to Intel you have to change your motherboard as well which u already know..now for i5 4570 get a h87 chipset board ..... and for the psu if you are not going to oc the gpu then its fine a bit tight though...

I think that the gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H seems just fine...it supports the 4rd generation of intel core i3s i5s and i7s...costs around 65 euros or $90 i think


ya its cool...
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July 12, 2014 11:04:43 AM

Graphiicz said:
The R9 280 is a better choice over the 760.


prit87 said:
LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
LukaBoki said:
prit87 said:
well motherboard has nothing to do with the GPU but your processor may bottleneck the card..


So that basically means I will got get the best performance??
And if i want that,i need an Intel Core i5 4570 3.2 GHz(I found on a site its best with that i5) and a new motherboard?
And can u suggest some motherboards to go with that i5?

But my power supply can provide enough power for the GTX,regardless of the CPU?

Thanks anyway...


if u want to switch to Intel you have to change your motherboard as well which u already know..now for i5 4570 get a h87 chipset board ..... and for the psu if you are not going to oc the gpu then its fine a bit tight though...

I think that the gigabyte GA-B85M-D3H seems just fine...it supports the 4rd generation of intel core i3s i5s and i7s...costs around 65 euros or $90 i think


ya its cool...


:D  cuz these two u gave me,asus and msi support 3rd generation of i3s i5s and i7s...
4570 is 4th generation
Thanks nevertheless
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July 12, 2014 11:07:54 AM

Graphiicz said:
The R9 280 is a better choice over the 760.


I know......I probably will stick with my Phenom II 1055t and GeForce GTX 650 for a while...when i collect enough money ill buy a new MB and i5 CPU....We'll see about the GPU

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