i have a pentium(R) Dual-Core cpu E5400 @ 2.70GHZ, e692 MHZ, 2 core(s)..any one tell Which Graphics card would suit my PC.

i have a pentium(R) Dual-Core cpu E5400 @ 2.70GHZ, e692 MHZ, 2 core(s)..any one tell Which Graphics card would suit my PC.
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  1. PSU details would be helpful.
  2. Your CPU is a serious bottleneck. I wouldn't invest in anything over a GTX 750ti.

    Any higher models would be a waste of money.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487025
  3. a radeon hd 5770
  4. i would get a good 600w power supply then get these links link 1 link 2 hope this helps all the best :D
  5. what psu do you have? wattage and brand, well if im in your situation i would definitely go for an ati hd 5770 msi twin frozr if you can still get one of these. or the gtx 460 evga or an msi twin frozr version. both card are cheap now a days if you can find one on ebay or from a 2nd hand store. they are both dx 11 and will give you the option on saving money so you can upgrade to a q6600 quad core
  6. ehh i wouldent get the 460 (5 years old, overheats,slow,uses obscure amounts of electricity, and geforce gt 730 out preforms it and is much cheaper)
  7. @BlueBossGamer with all due respect gt 730 would never be at par with gtx 460. dont be confused wiht the numbers bro 730 might be a higher number than 460 but that doesnt mean its faster

    heres a proof from this site itself:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html
  8. BlueBossGamer said:
    ehh i wouldent get the 460 (5 years old, overheats,slow,uses obscure amounts of electricity, and geforce gt 730 out preforms it and is much cheaper)



    BlueBossGamer

    @BlueBossGamer with all due respect gt 730 would never be at par with gtx 460. dont be confused wiht the numbers bro 730 might be a higher number than 460 but that doesnt mean its faster
  9. Davidgilinsky said:
    BlueBossGamer said:
    ehh i wouldent get the 460 (5 years old, overheats,slow,uses obscure amounts of electricity, and geforce gt 730 out preforms it and is much cheaper)



    BlueBossGamer

    @BlueBossGamer with all due respect gt 730 would never be at par with gtx 460. dont be confused wiht the numbers bro 730 might be a higher number than 460 but that doesnt mean its faster

    really WOW i did not know that hopfully you can understand sarcasm but lemme tell you about my previous gpus i started with a 460,480,580,670,730(for htpc),770,970 belive it or not i recycled my original processor and used it for my htpc it destroys my 460 hell i still have in my gpu tub and with all do respect just because it has a 60 at the end of it does not mean it can run all games and 60fps take it from someone who has owned both
  10. BlueBossGamer said:
    Davidgilinsky said:
    BlueBossGamer said:
    ehh i wouldent get the 460 (5 years old, overheats,slow,uses obscure amounts of electricity, and geforce gt 730 out preforms it and is much cheaper)


    heres another proof from a legit review you can also see the specs of gt 730 compared to gtx 460. im not questioning your integrity im just raising my argument. coz youre definitely wrong with this one bro. peace were not here to fight were here to help.

    http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-460-vs-GeForce-GT-730

    BlueBossGamer

    @BlueBossGamer with all due respect gt 730 would never be at par with gtx 460. dont be confused wiht the numbers bro 730 might be a higher number than 460 but that doesnt mean its faster

    really WOW i did not know that hopfully you can understand sarcasm but lemme tell you about my previous gpus i started with a 460,480,580,670,730(for htpc),770,970 belive it or not i recycled my original processor and used it for my htpc it destroys my 460 hell i still have in my gpu tub and with all do respect just because it has a 60 at the end of it does not mean it can run all games and 60fps take it from someone who has owned both
  11. You probably wont have to upgrade your power supply because there are many graphics cards out there that use so little power that it would be unnecessary. I need to know what model motherboard you have. If it is a pre built machine, I need to know the model.
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