Core 2 duo e6300 gaming performance

Hello,

I have a core 2 duo e6300 1.86 ghz and I want you to tell me what graphic card ( affordable and has a good performance ^_^) should i buy to play the latest games like Crysis2 and call of duty black ops

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  1. black ops wont run on that cpu
  2. cobra11 said:
    black ops wont run on that cpu


    what if i over clocked it ?
    what about the GPU ?
  3. i think you get a nvidia 8800 for this.
  4. @k0s if your motherboard supports it and you have the cooling for it, and a nvidia 8800 might be a good idea but i would def be lookin into a higher up one, maybe the 220GT or up, thats just me thought, on my 220GT i can play crysis, 1 and 2, and sadly i cant play call of duty due to the processor
  5. "I have a core 2 duo e6300 1.86 ghz and I want you to tell me what graphic card ( affordable and has a good performance ^_^) should i buy to play the latest games like Crysis2 and call of duty black ops " - Well, my 5 PC's (2 x E6400, E3300, E7500, quad core i5-760) - All these PC's play both games real easy - you're right to ask about a suitable GPU, because thats where you get most benefit. My suggestion is check your Power Supply first, then available slots (can you fit two-slotter video card in the mobo?) Then start with a Nvidis GTX560Ti and work downwards towards a GT430 until you find a cost/power/size fit.
  6. does it really, work on e6400...

    http://compactiongames.about.com/od/systemrequirements/p/Call-Of-Duty-Black-Ops-System-Requirements.htm

    thats the requirements for the game, and it requires a e6600..., heck if its wrong will be way happy to play it on a e6400 lol
  7. cobra11 said:
    @k0s if your motherboard supports it and you have the cooling for it, and a nvidia 8800 might be a good idea but i would def be lookin into a higher up one, maybe the 220GT or up, thats just me thought, on my 220GT i can play crysis, 1 and 2, and sadly i cant play call of duty due to the processor



    this is my mobo



    what you think ?
  8. Anonymous said:
    i think you get a nvidia 8800 for this.


    you think the CPU is ok only i need a good GPU ?
  9. Me personally if you can do the extra $30 then this would be a good choice
    in my humble opinion

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Sapphire-ATI-Radeon-HD5670-HD-5670-512MB-VGA-100287VGAL-/320516963345?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item4aa04cbc11

    I actually like the deal better on Newegg but you used Ebay so I used them

    great low wattage card,has gddr5 for better memory bandwith,with a good OC is respectable at medium to high settings and anything more powerful would probably just be a bottleneck

    also you have a factory tower so cant OC in BIOS
    BUT
    there is this for HP,Dell owners
    http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/341123-intel-bsel-vid-mod-guide.html#post3980695
    this is a way of OCing factory computer
    it will work if the motherboard supports the next higher FSB (800-1066,1066-1333)
    of the FSB on your chip
    If i remeber the E6400 is 1066
    if your mobo supports 1333 (check HP support)
    then you could easily get about an extra 600mhz out of it
    though at your own risk
  10. Hmm, never looked at eBay for graphics cards. All of them are overpriced. I guess the sellers figure that everyone will assume eBay has the best deals. Everytime I buy from someplace other than Newegg, a deal at Newegg pops up and I could have saved some bucks. I've learned to be patient. I've also learned that trying to mod a Dell or HP system isn't worth the effort. Sell it on eBay and build your own from scratch. Swap the hard drive out and keep the OS activation code.
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