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August 2, 2012 6:33:56 AM

i just got a slightly used DG35EC based system wth geforce 8500gt gpu graphics running oout of a converted stereo case (its nice cooling and everything lol!) but now i am looking for a gpu that will run borderlands 2, borderlands, skyrim, and oblivion but i really dont want to break the bank or go broke lol. my budget is around $100-$125 because i am also upgrading my psu from a antec430w to a antec500w (i have to get antec because its a antec case =/ please give me some advice as to where i can find a good enough gpu to run games (as the ones listed above) on good settings wit good fps. ;)  ( ps i cant get a new mobo till i get aenough money for fx 4100 and am3+ compliant mobo so i am stuck with the DG35EC)

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August 2, 2012 8:30:47 AM

You have to get antec because its an antec case? That makes no sense. Antec is a good brand so you should have no problems but still...
Anyway I think you can get a 550ti or a 6770 on that budget
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August 2, 2012 8:33:18 AM

Forgot to mention:
Haven't played borderlands 2(obviously) but both skyrim and borderlands run pretty good on my 6750. As long as you don't care about AA or AS you can get everything else on high
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August 2, 2012 8:47:40 AM

thanks guys and sorry bout the antec thing im very new to this stuff...im going with a double d blackedition xfx hd 7770 (i decided to fork up the extra 20 bucks for better cooling)
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August 2, 2012 9:13:15 AM

gibbls said:
thanks guys and sorry bout the antec thing im very new to this stuff...im going with a double d blackedition xfx hd 7770 (i decided to fork up the extra 20 bucks for better cooling)
No problem your very welcome!And,good choice btw i hope you enjoy it. ;) 
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August 2, 2012 9:19:36 AM

the 6400 in your price rang for video cards..the 650 going to be out soon.
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