LOOKING FOR VGA

Hello, I HAVE AN OLD COMPUTER CONSISTING OF
STRIKER 2 EXTREME
4GB DDR3 1333
QUAD CORE 9550 2.83MH
750W THERMALTAKE SMART
AND I AM LOOKING FOR VGA PLEASE ADVISE
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  1. I would not call a quad core system with 4 gig of ram "old".

    Look here http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107.html pick one based on your budget. Probably useless to go into the high-end range though, you'd want a faster CPU for those. Anything around $200-$250 will match your system.
  2. well, you have pretty strong CPU, so without knowing your budget I'd get the GTX 560ti best performance.
  3. The 7850 is really a great card, however i have seen 6950's with free games around $200. A 7770 or 6850 might be better for you though. You haven't given us much info.

    What is your resolution? what games do you want to play? and at what settings? How much money do you have/want to spend?

    FYI... using all caps is considered yelling, rude, and turns people off answering. Also your PSU is pretty horrible. Although its probably fine for what you are running.
  4. what about smaller and cheeper cards in 3-sli
    i want to play games in 1920x1080 resolution
    what about physx
    i would appreciate any help
  5. i also can change the psu
  6. can i use a card specialy for physx?
  7. nVidia 560ti will run games nicely at 1920 resolution and has physx. You can use a card just for that but it's a waste really. A single faster card is better, not all games and systems run well with SLI or Crossfire.
  8. do i need to connect the cards with bridge for the physx? and will any other card do?
  9. You don't need to setup SLI for a card just for physx, but a 560 will handle physx as well. I still don't think you need to waste money for a second card for that, even if you got a Radeon card.
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