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EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB vs. Intel HD 4600 Graphics

I'm working on my first build and have acquired an older graphics card. It's an EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB. I'll be using the i7 4790k CPU which has integrated HD 4600 graphics. My question is, should I go ahead and install the EVGA card, or just stick with the integrated graphics? Which is better?
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  1. just stick with the 4600 hd that can at least play HD video. Were ever you got that old high end card you can sell it on ebay for 5 bucks its no good dont play games on it and dont put full hd on it
  2. kunthakenthe said:
    just stick with the 4600 hd that can at least play HD video. Were ever you got that old high end card you can sell it on ebay for 5 bucks its no good dont play games on it and dont put full hd on it


    i agree BUT if he has the GT>X< version NOT the GT it will play BF4 good but not on MAX OUT setting and do not play on max out setting with 512 MB it will die in 2 months
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    he should just replace it games are using up to 3gb of vram its just to old. it was a beast in its day now make way for r9 295x2 and gtx 780ti and then r9 390x and gtx 880ti
  4. Thanks to both of you for your help. I think I'm going to to use the integrated graphics for now and save up for a decent graphics card later.
  5. yeah a good but cheap one is a r9 270 plays ultra and aswell as a gtx 760 for 140$ or a r9 280 at 199$ is better.
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