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Which is the best video card for my motherboard

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April 15, 2010 10:22:27 PM

Hello people I m new here... well I want to buy a new video card because my old geforce 8600 gt died :(  I have this mobo : MSI p4m900m and a asus p5vd2-x... the first mobo is my new one because I thought the problem was the mobo and my problem was the GPu... so I have the second mobo too now... my cpu is a core 2 duo e4300 and I ve got 2 gb of ram (567 mhz).... SO which is the best video card for me???? THANKS in advance :) 

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April 15, 2010 10:31:15 PM

What is your Power supply? Also- are you overclocking your CPU at all? Probably the best you'll do is a 5670. If your PSU can handle a little more and has the PCI-e power connector, the 5770 might be a good option too, but you'll really need to OC your CPU as much as you can to use a 5770.
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April 15, 2010 11:56:45 PM

flyinfinni said:
What is your Power supply? Also- are you overclocking your CPU at all? Probably the best you'll do is a 5670. If your PSU can handle a little more and has the PCI-e power connector, the 5770 might be a good option too, but you'll really need to OC your CPU as much as you can to use a 5770.

Thanks for your fast reply.... well I can buy a new pwer supply because my old is a generic one with a 450 watt non reals I suppose... I ve never oc my cpu at all.... I almost buy a zotac 9800 gt but the attendant said that the mobo not will be able with the gpu...... SO I can buy a good gpu with a better power supply... and the temperatures? will be safe... thanks very much
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April 16, 2010 6:46:04 PM

with a generic 450W PSU, you should be OK with a 5670. If you OC your CPU and push it over 3 GHz or so, then it might be worth getting a 5770, but then I would get a new PSU as well. Your temps should be pretty much fine as none of these cards get particularly hot anyway.
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April 27, 2010 10:13:52 PM


I m back with a new question..... I m getting a HD 5750... I know my pc won t get the best of the gpu but if I install the hd 5750 with a new Power suplly won t represent a danger for my mobo or my cpu? and if I OC the cpu? thanks very much
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