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November 3, 2011 2:49:36 PM

which grapics card will work on my pc
my pc config
amd dual core 5400 2.83Ghz
ASUS motherboard M2N MX SE
3 gb ram
monitor resoluation is 1920*1080
my smps power supply is
Nav tech
AC INput 230 v AC 10A 50-60Hz
MODEL ATX P4
DC OUput
3.3v 5v 12v -5v -12v 5v
15A 16A 15A 0.5A 0.5A 2A
350/400/450w
my budget is indian rupess 5000(in dollors is 120$)

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November 3, 2011 3:05:31 PM

I'd say you'd be looking for either a 6750 or 6770 depending on what the prices are. You can get a 6770 here for $115 so not sure if it's around the same or if you'd have to pay more.
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November 3, 2011 3:37:09 PM

crewton said:
I'd say you'd be looking for either a 6750 or 6770 depending on what the prices are. You can get a 6770 here for $115 so not sure if it's around the same or if you'd have to pay more.

His PSU isn't good enough for a HD 6770 or a HD 6750.
The OP would have to upgrade his PSU first.

@OP, what sorts of games are you planning to play?
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November 3, 2011 3:59:53 PM

He's got 15A on his 12V rail why can't he handle a 6770? 15x12 = 180W and the power draw from a 6770 is only 108W.
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November 3, 2011 4:03:58 PM

crewton said:
He's got 15A on his 12V rail why can't he handle a 6770? 15x12 = 180W and the power draw from a 6770 is only 108W.

The PSU is a generic one (Nav tech), and I don't think it has a 6 pin pci-e connector which an HD 6770 requires.
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November 3, 2011 4:54:02 PM

For 1080p you need a 560ti or maybe a 6950. For 120usd you can get the 6670/9800Gt and a Corsair 430w psu but you won't be able to play at that high resolution with it sorry to say. Not even starting with your cpu.
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November 3, 2011 11:20:12 PM

luls no you dont. you can get reasonable fps @1080p from a basic card like an 88gt. i know because i was just playing dead island @1080p medium settings on my m8's 88gt amd 6000x2... any card over an 88gt or ati 4850 will do 1080p gaming on at least minimum settings.
for the guy posting i wouldn't recommend anything more than a 4870 or its newer similar performing equivalent. as he only has an e5400 which is just entry level as far as gaming goes. so no point in making his pc top heavy with extreme gfx coz he would constantly bottleneck on newer titles... if you have an entry level machine its much better to have a balanced machine. as it will give more consistent gaming.
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