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Best Graphic Card

Hello,Happy New Year to All.
Presently i am using Nvidia 9800+ graphic card.I want to buy a new one that can run games like crysis,crysics warhad,etc on full Enthusiast settings.
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  1. Well I doubt your system has enough cpu power to run the best graphics card.

    Need full system specs including power supply make and model, cpu make and model and monitors native resolution.
  2. Yeah, we need some more specifics. If you are looking for the BEST graphics card, then the GTX 580 is the only option.
  3. A single 9800gt isn't much any more /sad face but you will need at the least a GTX 460 or similar performing ati card to be able to enjoy Crysis even on a ancient crt.
  4. geekapproved said:
    Well I doubt your system has enough cpu power to run the best graphics card.

    Need full system specs including power supply make and model, cpu make and model and monitors native resolution.



    OK Here is my system Detail:-
    M/B. Asus P7P55D-Deluxe
    CPU .Intel core i7 860
    Ram. 8 GB OCZ3X1600R2LV2G
    power Supply. 700 wt OCZ pro
    Monitor.AOC 2434PW Full HD 24''


    Thanks
    qaslam
  5. So it looks like the sky's the limit for you. What is your budget? If you have about $500 to drop, I can wholeheartedly recommend a GTX580.
  6. A single GTX 580 should be fast enough for gaming at full HD for quite some time.So that is what you should be aiming for.
  7. Best answer
    Why make that jump when you can wait for a GTX 595 oh nvm a GTX 580 will suffice ;)
  8. Quote:
    not a bad set-up to play with..

    That's true. It's just a half step below mine and I get over 28,000 on 3D Mark Vantage with very minor overclocking on a GTX580.
  9. Quote:
    almost done with my i5-760 (phys X) set-up and I'm hoping to be running in your range...
    knockin' on yo' door..;)

    Intel Core i5-760 Lynnfield (2.8GHz)
    EVGA P55 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
    COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus
    8GB kit (2x4GB) CORSAIR Vengeance DDR3 1600
    BFG Technologies BFG GeForce 9800 GT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 (physX)
    EVGA 01G-P3-1380-KR GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) SSC+ 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16
    OCZ Technology 60 GB Vertex 2 Series SATA II
    SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 500GB 7200 RPM
    SAMSUNG BLU-RAY COMBO 8X BLACK BD ROM/DVD WRITER
    COOLER MASTER Elite 430 RC-430-KWN1 - 3 x 120mm fans
    3.5in card reader / NZXT Sentry-2 5.25in Touch Screen fan controller
    Rosewill RV2-600 600-Watt SLI

    I like it a lot, especially that Corsair Vengeance memory.

    Adding a GTX580 brought my Vantage score up from 22,000 stock/24,000 overclocked on a GTX480.
  10. best only if you have money... then certainly the only choice is gtx 580... even if you can find a hd 5970 at a cheaper price... it is no worth buying it considering dual gpu requires regular driver update... moreover it perform poorly in some dx 11 games....
    compared to gtx 580....
  11. Quote:
    Thanx.
    I didn't even notice you are running Corsair RAM....! LOL.
    I thought about the GTX470 but I think that I'm good for now..
    How's that MSI motherboard.?

    Corsair Dominators are great. The Vengeance series just came out. I have a few Corsair parts, and all work really well.

    The MSI P55 GD80 was an upgrade from the MSI P55 GD65. It's one of the best P55 mobos out there, very overclocker friendly. Can you fit all your components on a mini-ATX board?
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