Please Suggest Me Graphics Card

I have


MSI H61M-P20 (G3) motherboard
Intel Dual Core CPU G630 @ 2.70Ghz
Ram- 6Gb DDR3
HDD- 500GB Sata
Windows 7 64bit ultimate SP1 OS


I'm novice about these tech stuffs but i love to play games.Suggest me a good graphics card! My price range is around 8,000RS.
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  1. The 7770.
  2. obsama1 said:
    The 7770.



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  3. obsama1 said:
    The 7770.



    will this graphics card support my given compatibility? & can i run "crysis 2" & "nfs run" on it?
  4. It will run those games, but your combination of settings and rendering speed will be dependent on your screen res.

    What res is your screen, and what kind of frames per second speed and detail settings are you looking for?

    Depending on your screen res, you may have to compromise some settings to get a playable frame rate.

    Edit: 8000 rupies? In India? Let me take a quick look at flipcart and get back to you...

    Edit: I don't know why, but sometimes flipcart takes FOREVER to load in my browser(if at all...).
  5. What is your power supply unit?
  6. @jallenlabs
    A 7850 costs Rs 16000 in India which is twice the amount but I'm not sure about cost in neighbouring countries who also use the rupee currency.
  7. theitdepot has some decent prices as well. The hd7750 is the least expensive I would suggest. It has a tdp of
    only 55w(gets all the power it needs from your mobo's pci express graphics slot) and overclocks quite well.

    This Asus model runs very cool(not sure about OCing, tho) and is 7450 plus 86 shipping at theitdepot:

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Asus+Radeon+HD7750+1GB+DDR5+ATI+PCI+E+Graphic+Card+%28HD7750-1GD5-V2%29_C45P14400.html

    This HIS model also runs cool(and OCs pretty well) and is 7450 plus 111 shipping at theitdepot:

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-HIS+Radeon+HD7750+iCooler+1GB+GDDR5+ATI+PCI+E+Graphic+Card+%28H775F1GD%29_C45P14209.html

    This PowerColor model has decent temps and OCs okay. It's 7616 with free shipping at flipcart:

    http://www.flipkart.com/powercolor-amd-ati-hd-7750-1-gb-gddr5-graphics-card/p/itmd7hzcg6wxhshv?pid=GRCD7HZCWARRZNTD&ref=ee77cef9-0bed-45b0-80f1-bc57552b560c

    This Forsa gtx550ti might be a tad faster, but it has a 116w tdp and requires either a 6pin pcie connector from
    your psu or the use of a 2 molex(50w each) to 1 pcie 6pin(75w) adapter. It's 7838 with free shipping at flipcart:

    http://www.flipkart.com/forsa-nvidia-geforce-gtx-550-ti-nh-g550307d34-ag-3-gb-ddr3-graphics-card/p/itmd8kfwsqjduxzz?pid=GRCD8KFQYWGXKVW4&ref=ee77cef9-0bed-45b0-80f1-bc57552b560c

    If you have a little wiggle room in your budget, you can get the still faster hd6790. I don't think that either it
    or the gtx550ti oc very well. It also has a 150w tdp, so I don't know if it requires just 1 pcie 6pin connector or 2.
    Based on your psu, it may need zero, 1, or 2 adapters(0,2, or 4 molex). It's 8435 plus 99 shipping at theitdepot:

    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-HIS+Radeon+HD6790+Fan+1GB+GDDR5+ATI+PCI+E+Graphic+Card+%28H679F1GD%29_C45P12588.html

    Everything else that performs better is quite a bit more expensive at those sites. Hope this helps.

    According to wikipedia, the rupee is used as currency in India, Pakistan. Sri Lanka, Nepal ,Mauritius, Seychelles,
    Maldives, and Indonesia. However, it is only abbreviated as Rs. in India. This is an fyi to any other contributors.
  8. He can get HD 7770 from msi and they come with damn good quality.
    msi #1
    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1726
    msi #2 (OC)
    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1209

    The prices will be roughly similar in other stores also.
  9. mdcomputer.in... I'll have to remember that( can't figure what shipping might be, though).

    Here's a zotac gts450(they overclock pretty well, but have a 106w tdp). It's 5824 including tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=482

    Here's the same PowerColor 7750 as before but cheaper. It's 6604 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1317

    Here's a sapphire 7750(cool, quiet, can oc) for 7176 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1742

    Here's an msi 7750(dual fan) for 7280 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1732

    Here's an msi gtx550ti for 7540 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1735

    Here's a zotac gtx550ti with reference style cooler for 7540 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=484

    Here's a PowerColor hd6790 for 8424 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1313

    If you can stretch you budget to at least the cheaper msi hd7770 linked in the last post, and your power supply
    can handle it, I suggest you go for that one. I do worry a bit about you cpu being a bottleneck, though. Are Crysis
    2 and Need For Speed: Run the only games you want to play, or are there more than just those 2. Which ones?
    Are you interested in playing something like BF3 online against other people? What about Skyrim? Any RTSs?
    Some games and/or game modes really need a quad core to not bottleneck a decent gpu. Just sayin'...
  10. Quote:
    Yeah, knowing about your psu and your LCD res would be good. I do recommend the 7770 also, but I don't know how 8000RS translates to US dollars. I usually recommend the 7850 as its the best bang for the buck right now.



    My psu is 450 watt & i have a samsung LED having resolution 1366x768
  11. jtenorj said:
    mdcomputer.in... I'll have to remember that( can't figure what shipping might be, though).

    Here's a zotac gts450(they overclock pretty well, but have a 106w tdp). It's 5824 including tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=482

    Here's the same PowerColor 7750 as before but cheaper. It's 6604 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1317

    Here's a sapphire 7750(cool, quiet, can oc) for 7176 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1742

    Here's an msi 7750(dual fan) for 7280 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1732

    Here's an msi gtx550ti for 7540 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1735

    Here's a zotac gtx550ti with reference style cooler for 7540 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=484

    Here's a PowerColor hd6790 for 8424 with tax at mdcomputers.in:

    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1313

    If you can stretch you budget to at least the cheaper msi hd7770 linked in the last post, and your power supply
    can handle it, I suggest you go for that one. I do worry a bit about you cpu being a bottleneck, though. Are Crysis
    2 and Need For Speed: Run the only games you want to play, or are there more than just those 2. Which ones?
    Are you interested in playing something like BF3 online against other people? What about Skyrim? Any RTSs?
    Some games and/or game modes really need a quad core to not bottleneck a decent gpu. Just sayin'...



    thanks brother for your valuable time......
    i find it helpful
  12. Anik8 said:
    He can get HD 7770 from msi and they come with damn good quality.
    msi #1
    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1726
    msi #2 (OC)
    http://mdcomputers.in/index.php?route=product/product&path=74_86&product_id=1209

    The prices will be roughly similar in other stores also.



    thank you brother.......
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