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Looking for a low budget gpu

I am looking for a good low budget gou which will run games like GTA5,COD WWII,Dishonored 2 etc.. in good resolution..

Budget is around 10k

Please Help me for This
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  1. What is your currency/location?
  2. Rexper said:
    What is your currency/location?


    Currency:- INR
    Location :- India
  3. What are the rest of system specs? What monitor?
  4. Rexper said:
    What are the rest of system specs?


    CPU:- i5 4th gen
    RAM:- 6GB
    GPU:- Zotac GT610
    PSU:- 450W
    Motherboard:- Gigabyte H61
  5. Best answer
    You're most likely looking at a 750ti/1050 at this price range. They'll play the games, but don't expect very high settings.
  6. DSzymborski said:
    You're most likely looking at a 750ti/1050 at this price range. They'll play the games, but don't expect very high settings.


    Thanks..

    What About GTX 1060 3GB..?
  7. viper23 said:
    DSzymborski said:
    You're most likely looking at a 750ti/1050 at this price range. They'll play the games, but don't expect very high settings.


    Thanks..

    What About GTX 1060 3GB..?


    While that would be better, you're not likely to find a legitimate one new for anywhere near 10,000 INR. Most likely somewhere around double your budget.
  8. DSzymborski said:
    viper23 said:
    DSzymborski said:
    You're most likely looking at a 750ti/1050 at this price range. They'll play the games, but don't expect very high settings.


    Thanks..

    What About GTX 1060 3GB..?


    While that would be better, you're not likely to find a legitimate one new for anywhere near 10,000 INR. Most likely somewhere around double your budget.


    Thanks DSzymborski,

    Appreciate Your Help..
  9. Rexper said:
    What are the rest of system specs? What monitor?


    Not sure about Monitor Model no. , i am planning to buy new monitor too..

    i think its Acer E1900
  10. If you increase budget by ₹1,200 you can get a GTX 1050ti, which gives you ~20% faster performance than a GTX 1050. Otherwise, spend ~9000 on a GTX 1050.
  11. Which PSU is that? Could you please post the make and model? e.g . Corsair VS450 etc.
  12. Rexper said:
    If you increase budget by ₹1,200 you can get a GTX 1050ti, which gives you ~20% faster performance than a GTX 1050. Otherwise, spend ~9000 on a GTX 1050.


    Thanks Rexper..

    Appreciate Your Help..
  13. hellraiser06 said:
    Which PSU is that? Could you please post the make and model? e.g . Corsair VS450 etc.


    i dont know about model of psu.. its a stock psu which i got with intex cabinet
  14. Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html
  15. hellraiser06 said:
    Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html


    The 1050 ti uses the motherboard... So he will be fine, The 1050 ti isnt that great.
  16. MrAlanSmith said:
    hellraiser06 said:
    Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html


    The 1050 ti uses the motherboard... So he will be fine, The 1050 ti isnt that great.


    Not without more info, I've seen those Intex with as low as 140W on the +12V rail. Junk power is junk power, whether it's used by the motherboard or a PCIE connector.
  17. DSzymborski said:
    MrAlanSmith said:
    hellraiser06 said:
    Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html


    The 1050 ti uses the motherboard... So he will be fine, The 1050 ti isnt that great.


    Not without more info, I've seen those Intex with as low as 140W on the +12V rail. Junk power is junk power, whether it's used by the motherboard or a PCIE connector.


    There are alot of people who are not rich like some people, I think he will be fine, It's really upto him, Buy the gpu then invest in a better power supply.
  18. MrAlanSmith said:
    DSzymborski said:
    MrAlanSmith said:
    hellraiser06 said:
    Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html


    The 1050 ti uses the motherboard... So he will be fine, The 1050 ti isnt that great.


    Not without more info, I've seen those Intex with as low as 140W on the +12V rail. Junk power is junk power, whether it's used by the motherboard or a PCIE connector.


    There are alot of people who are not rich like some people, I think he will be fine, It's really upto him, Buy the gpu then invest in a better power supply.


    It's not about being rich, it's about a basic safety issue. And if he can't afford much, I'm sure that's a good reason to avoid frying the GPU.
  19. MrAlanSmith said:
    hellraiser06 said:
    Whoa!! Intex PSU are crap. Dont even try to use a graphics card with that. You need to buy a quality PSU to be able to buy a graphics card man. Please read this link:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html


    The 1050 ti uses the motherboard... So he will be fine, The 1050 ti isnt that great.


    You do realise the motherboard gets its power from the PSU.... A crap PSU will drastically decrease the longevity of the GPU + other parts, and likely poor protections which may fry parts in some scenarios.

    "The 1050 ti isnt that great."

    It is all relative to the price. Just like anything else.
  20. I cant believe I am even having this conversation. So, in your fantasy world, as long as bad power is being supplied by the PCI-E slot of the motherboard, that power is fine?? Are you serious, man? Intex, FSP, iBall etc. etc. are crappy and will take down the PC with them especially if they have an external graphics card. Even if they dont, I dont understand why someone should use that PSU. It can even result into blowing the fuse at the mains worst case scenario.

    And about a person being rich part. How do you know that the OP is not capable of buying a new PSU? Maybe he is new to all this and genuinely doesnt't know? Isn't it our job to educate people here in forums?

    Even a tier 3 or 4 PSU like a corsair VS 450 costs only 2000 to 3000 in India. A tier 2 PSU like the one that I have (Seasonic M12II 520) costs like 6000. A triple A game like Destiny 2 costs 3500, a triple A game on sale after 1 year of release costs 1500. I mean, 2 games vs. a safe PSU, is the choice really that difficult? I can understand somebody buying 8GB of RAM instead of 16 to save money, as it will only impact performance, but really, should we tell people to cheap out on their own safety by using a junk PSU?
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