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Looking for a graphics card under rs.5000

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January 13, 2012 2:18:23 AM

hello everyone
I m looking for a graphics card under Rs.5000. My current comp. configuration-
Intel pentium dual cpu E2160@1.80 GHz
1gb ddr 2 Ram
Intel 82945g express chipset family graphic card.

Plz suggest me a good graphic card. My budget is rs.5000.
Thanx in advance :) 

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January 13, 2012 3:35:20 AM

Indian rupees? or could you please post in us dollars?
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January 13, 2012 3:48:16 AM

m looking for a graphics card under $100. My current comp. configuration-
Intel pentium dual cpu E2160@1.80 GHz
1gb ddr 2 Ram
Intel 82945g express chipset family graphic card.

Plz suggest me a good graphic card. My budget is $100.
Thanx in advance
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January 13, 2012 4:02:37 AM

Thanx elbert but is Intel 82945g express a ddr2 graphic card?
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January 13, 2012 4:04:06 AM

Well you can't convert to rupees directly from newegg, you must to know how prices are in rupees. Also It's totally OK to post in rupees instead of dollars, because by seeing it you know where are you from and how prices are like.

Hmm... 6670 is great for you, it should be below 5000, the DDR3 version. However you can add a little bit (just 500 rupees) to get the GDDR5. The memory type will boost the performance. And does not matter when you have DDR2 SYSTEM memory or such, because these are SYSTEM, not Graphics memory :) .
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January 13, 2012 4:13:14 AM

vedantsvyas said:
Thanx elbert but is Intel 82945g express a ddr2 graphic card?

Nope its a integrated gpu. If the motherboard has a PCI-E slot then one I suggest would work. Provided of course if your PSU can handle its power draw.
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January 13, 2012 4:14:04 AM

thanx elbert
and can u suggest 1 or 2 more plz?
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January 13, 2012 4:17:26 AM

refillable said:
Well you can't convert to rupees directly from newegg, you must to know how prices are in rupees. Also It's totally OK to post in rupees instead of dollars, because by seeing it you know where are you from and how prices are like.

Hmm... 6670 is great for you, it should be below 5000, the DDR3 version. However you can add a little bit (just 500 rupees) to get the GDDR5. The memory type will boost the performance. And does not matter when you have DDR2 SYSTEM memory or such, because these are SYSTEM, not Graphics memory :) .


Thanx refillable but can u suggest me 1 or 2 more?
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January 13, 2012 4:21:24 AM

thanx for ur help
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January 13, 2012 5:10:49 AM

but can 6670 by sapphire and 6750 run games like battlefield 3, cod4, cod black ops, etc.?
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January 13, 2012 5:20:10 AM

You mean what by 1 or 2 more? I suggested 6670, because you can get them around 5000 rupees. What else do you need?

We need to confirm what store you are buying from, because a 6750 that's in newegg $100 can't be the same as the stores from India. And I know the prices of 6670 in India is around 5000 by looking at the stores.

Make sure you have PCI-E
Good luck on finding one :) . If you can get 6750 go get one, also if you can push up more get 6770. That's what I suggest you :) .
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January 13, 2012 5:46:19 AM

your motherboard seems too old gen.
system ram is too low.
detailed motherboard,psu info isn't available.
imo you should save up some money and get a new pc. a new pc would be much better than your current one.
for your current pc...
the highest you could go for (i am not recommending. just stating.) - his iceq radeon hd 5670 1 gb ddr3. even that is highly dependent on your motherboard, psu.
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