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XFX Radeon HD 7750 1gb OR EVGA GeForce GT 630 2gb??? advice please

the radeons link is http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007Z3T5JC/ref=gno_cart_title_0?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2I4D0WO1JEMBA

the geforce link is http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008Y8PON8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

The geforce one has better stats and is ALOT cheaper....im just so confused at this point....i have a 300W PSU and from reviews both will work with my PSU....pls give me input!
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  1. if the geforce has better stats and is cheaper then get that..
    I thought the 7750 was better though, since I know it can run BF3 without problems at medium 720p, and I've never seen benchmarks for the 630.
  2. the geforce isn't better.

    HD7750 is the absolute lowest entry level GPU, its better than the GT630 in so many ways. Also, the 2GB memory of the GT630 will not even be utilized at all so I recommend not even considering it.

    What I think you should do: Save up.. it may be tough to wait but I did the same and bought the HD7770 and right now I wish I had gone with a 750ti but it was $20 more expensive and I didn't want to wait. By the time I had gotten the HD7770, the 750ti was at the same price.

    Save up and get the 750 low profile or the 750ti but do not make the same mistake I did
  3. Basically he's saying:
    Don't get suckered in by higher memory. 2GB on a crap card =/= 1GB on a well designed card. The 7750 is one of the best cards you can get for the price and is a good deal for anyone who's looking for a decent gaming rig. The 7770 is also known as one of the R7 series cards (probably the 260, I don't know exactly which). Get the 7770 or the most expensive R7/R9 series cards you can afford (and don't get anything less than the R7 250/260. The 240 is useless)
  4. Shadowblade2652 said:
    Basically he's saying:
    Don't get suckered in by higher memory. 2GB on a crap card =/= 1GB on a well designed card. The 7750 is one of the best cards you can get for the price and is a good deal for anyone who's looking for a decent gaming rig. The 7770 is also known as one of the R7 series cards (probably the 260, I don't know exactly which). Get the 7770 or the most expensive R7/R9 series cards you can afford (and don't get anything less than the R7 250/260. The 240 is useless)


    the r7 250x is the HD7770 rebadge..
  5. haider95 said:
    Shadowblade2652 said:
    Basically he's saying:
    Don't get suckered in by higher memory. 2GB on a crap card =/= 1GB on a well designed card. The 7750 is one of the best cards you can get for the price and is a good deal for anyone who's looking for a decent gaming rig. The 7770 is also known as one of the R7 series cards (probably the 260, I don't know exactly which). Get the 7770 or the most expensive R7/R9 series cards you can afford (and don't get anything less than the R7 250/260. The 240 is useless)


    the r7 250x is the HD7770 rebadge..

    Really? that low? Hm. Well get the R7 250/250x. I believe they go for between $80 - $100 right now (MSI has a 250 for $85).
  6. Shadowblade2652 said:

    Really? that low? Hm. Well get the R7 250/250x. I believe they go for between $80 - $100 right now (MSI has a 250 for $85).


    the R7 250 is a HD7750 rebadge, he should just save up and go for a 750/ 750ti and avoid the buyers remorse

    these gpu's are low power too and offer 60% more performance
  7. haider95 said:
    Shadowblade2652 said:

    Really? that low? Hm. Well get the R7 250/250x. I believe they go for between $80 - $100 right now (MSI has a 250 for $85).


    the R7 250 is a HD7750 rebadge, he should just save up and go for a 750/ 750ti and avoid the buyers remorse

    these gpu's are low power too and offer 60% more performance


    Honestly, it's not worth buying budget GPUs, unless you're not going to be gaming at all and you just want to view media. The newer budget GPUs are becoming slightly more powerful, but honestly the mid-range and high-end are the only cards where you'll get a good performance/price ratio.
  8. haider95 said:
    the geforce isn't better.

    HD7750 is the absolute lowest entry level GPU, its better than the GT630 in so many ways. Also, the 2GB memory of the GT630 will not even be utilized at all so I recommend not even considering it.

    What I think you should do: Save up.. it may be tough to wait but I did the same and bought the HD7770 and right now I wish I had gone with a 750ti but it was $20 more expensive and I didn't want to wait. By the time I had gotten the HD7770, the 750ti was at the same price.

    Save up and get the 750 low profile or the 750ti but do not make the same mistake I did


    im thinking about the 750ti it says 300w PSU which is what i have but its GDDR5 my ram and other components are DDR3 will there be any issues? if not then that will def me what i get! THX FOR ALL THE ADVICE GUYS! really appreciate it!
  9. Best answer
    mechsy said:
    haider95 said:
    the geforce isn't better.

    HD7750 is the absolute lowest entry level GPU, its better than the GT630 in so many ways. Also, the 2GB memory of the GT630 will not even be utilized at all so I recommend not even considering it.

    What I think you should do: Save up.. it may be tough to wait but I did the same and bought the HD7770 and right now I wish I had gone with a 750ti but it was $20 more expensive and I didn't want to wait. By the time I had gotten the HD7770, the 750ti was at the same price.

    Save up and get the 750 low profile or the 750ti but do not make the same mistake I did


    im thinking about the 750ti it says 300w PSU which is what i have but its GDDR5 my ram and other components are DDR3 will there be any issues? if not then that will def me what i get! THX FOR ALL THE ADVICE GUYS! really appreciate it!


    Yes, the 750ti will work as long as you have a PCI express x16 slot in your motherboard. It doesn't matter if the card is GDDR5 and your RAM is DDR3 cause they're 2 different things.

    Make sure to select a best answer to help others out in the future, I'm also glad you're going to save up for a 750ti and not just jump on the 7750. Saved yourself the buyers remorse :)
  10. haider95 said:
    mechsy said:
    haider95 said:
    the geforce isn't better.

    HD7750 is the absolute lowest entry level GPU, its better than the GT630 in so many ways. Also, the 2GB memory of the GT630 will not even be utilized at all so I recommend not even considering it.

    What I think you should do: Save up.. it may be tough to wait but I did the same and bought the HD7770 and right now I wish I had gone with a 750ti but it was $20 more expensive and I didn't want to wait. By the time I had gotten the HD7770, the 750ti was at the same price.

    Save up and get the 750 low profile or the 750ti but do not make the same mistake I did


    im thinking about the 750ti it says 300w PSU which is what i have but its GDDR5 my ram and other components are DDR3 will there be any issues? if not then that will def me what i get! THX FOR ALL THE ADVICE GUYS! really appreciate it!


    Yes, the 750ti will work as long as you have a PCI express x16 slot in your motherboard. It doesn't matter if the card is GDDR5 and your RAM is DDR3 cause they're 2 different things.

    Make sure to select a best answer to help others out in the future, I'm also glad you're going to save up for a 750ti and not just jump on the 7750. Saved yourself the buyers remorse :)


    any specific brand i should consider? like EVGA ASUS MSI GIGABYTE ETC? also my whole comp is AMD it will work fine with it right? sorry for all the Qs just wanna make sure when i get a new card its perfect no remorse no extra money etc

    also here are a few links to some choices maybe tell me which one would best suit me with my 300w PSU 8 gig ram quadcore amd phenom cpu @2.6ghz

    http://www.amazon.com/PNY-2048MB-Graphics-Cards-VCGGTX750T2XPB/dp/B00IGHD876/ref=sr_1_8?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1406835185&sr=1-8&keywords=GeForce+GTX+750+Ti
    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_n_feature_four_bro_4?rh=n%3A172282%2Cn%3A541966%2Cn%3A193870011%2Ck%3AGeForce+GTX+750+Ti%2Cp_n_feature_four_browse-bin%3A6066314011&keywords=GeForce+GTX+750+Ti&ie=UTF8&qid=1406835563&rnid=2057431011

    http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Superclock-Dual-Link-Graphics-02G-P4-3753-KR/dp/B00IDG3IDO/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1406835604&sr=1-1&keywords=GeForce+GTX+750+Ti
    http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-SUPERCLOCKED-Graphics-02G-P4-2653-KR/dp/B00966IU9W/ref=sr_1_10?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1406835604&sr=1-10&keywords=GeForce+GTX+750+Ti

    LAST QUESTION I SWEAR! lol THX A BUNCH AGAIN i have been looking for a month for something decent and low power within the 100-150$ range
  11. mechsy said:
    haider95 said:
    mechsy said:
    haider95 said:
    the geforce isn't better.

    HD7750 is the absolute lowest entry level GPU, its better than the GT630 in so many ways. Also, the 2GB memory of the GT630 will not even be utilized at all so I recommend not even considering it.

    What I think you should do: Save up.. it may be tough to wait but I did the same and bought the HD7770 and right now I wish I had gone with a 750ti but it was $20 more expensive and I didn't want to wait. By the time I had gotten the HD7770, the 750ti was at the same price.

    Save up and get the 750 low profile or the 750ti but do not make the same mistake I did


    im thinking about the 750ti it says 300w PSU which is what i have but its GDDR5 my ram and other components are DDR3 will there be any issues? if not then that will def me what i get! THX FOR ALL THE ADVICE GUYS! really appreciate it!


    Yes, the 750ti will work as long as you have a PCI express x16 slot in your motherboard. It doesn't matter if the card is GDDR5 and your RAM is DDR3 cause they're 2 different things.

    Make sure to select a best answer to help others out in the future, I'm also glad you're going to save up for a 750ti and not just jump on the 7750. Saved yourself the buyers remorse :)


    any specific brand i should consider? like EVGA ASUS MSI GIGABYTE ETC? also my whole comp is AMD it will work fine with it right? sorry for all the Qs just wanna make sure when i get a new card its perfect no remorse no extra money etc


    The only time manufacturers matter is when you have high end cards and you need different types of coolers to cool them down.
  12. The 3rd one looks the best out of the bunch
  13. haider95 said:
    The 3rd one looks the best out of the bunch


    cool thats the one i was leaning more towards too :)
  14. get hd 7750...its better than gt 630
    Hitman absalution ultra gt 630 = 20 to 26 FPS
    Hitman absalution ultra HD 7770= 35 to 60 FPS
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