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I got this awesome PC. Just a little bit advice.

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October 15, 2012 6:11:11 PM

Hey there,
i got the following:
AMD BULLDOZER FX 4100 3.60Ghz Quadcore 12MB CACHE
8GB DDR3 1600Mhz Ram
Coolermaster Elite 310 Case
Coolermaster 600W Thunder PSU
Win 7 64 Bit Ultimate
ASUS M5A88-M Motherboard

So, the inbuilt graphics card of the mobo is awesome. I'm playing NFS HOT PURSUIT at 22 FPS!!! I need advice of a good graphics card below 9000 rupees that can max out easily the latest games like crysis 2, metro 2033, etc... Please see to it that i can't spend a extra buck above 9000..


I have three in mind: 550 ti msi, 6670 hd, nd gtx 650 2gb ddr5
My resolution: 1024x768


Thanks, take care ;) 

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October 15, 2012 6:25:25 PM

If you get the 6670, you can run hybrid crossfire using the onboard graphics, I believe.
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a c 91 U Graphics card
October 15, 2012 6:27:19 PM

Uhm... You're a little bit ambitious there. You're not going to find a card at that price point that can max out those games, especially not that can do it easily.

Though... the fact that you're playing at such a low resolution would help...

I'm not familiar with the rupee conversion factor - what's the most expensive Radeon 7xxx card you can afford?
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a c 91 U Graphics card
October 15, 2012 6:28:35 PM

egilbe said:
If you get the 6670, you can run hybrid crossfire using the onboard graphics, I believe.


Close. He's running an FX- chip, not an APU.
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October 15, 2012 6:29:28 PM

If I'm not mistaken 9000 rupees is 163 us dollars? the best you can buy with that would probably be a 7770 or what you already have which is a 550ti. And they won't max out those games. If I were you I would save up for something in the $300-$400 range. Then we can start talking about maxing games.
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October 16, 2012 10:02:56 AM

Is the following graphics card good? :

GENERAL
Graphics Engine: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
GPU Clock: 1071 MHz
Processors and Cores: 384 Stream Processor
RAMDAC Clock Speed: 400
Bus Standard: PCI Express 3.0 x16
Cooling and Heatsink: Fan (Dual Slot)
Model ID: GeForce GTX650 1GB
MEMORY
Memory: 128-bit, 1 GB GDDR5 Memory with 5000 MHz
DISPLAY
Maximum Resolution : 2560 x 1600 (Digital)
TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTED
Graphics Technologies Supported: Microsoft DirectX v11, Open GL Optimization v4.2
CONNECTIVITY
DVI and HDMI Interface: 2 x DVI Output Out, Yes x Dual Link DVI Out, DVI to VGA Adapter
Mini HDMI: 1 x Mini HDMI Output
INCLUDED TECHNOLOGIES
Other Technologies: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync
OTHER FEATURES
Additional Features: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync
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October 16, 2012 11:39:36 AM

To max out those games you're looking at something along the lines of a Radeon HD 7850, which is what I have. That will run those games on Ultra high at 1920 x 1080 with over 60 frames per second. That's well beyond your price range though. However if you can stretch to it, the 7850 is a beast for overclocking, especially the MSI version. It can come close to the performance of cards twice it's price when overclocked. I have yet to find a game I can't achieve >60 frames per second on, at ultra-high settings with full AA on.

A Radeon HD 6850 is probably the strongest card for people on a budget, which would come in around the upper end of your budget (about $150-160). It won't run those games on max at high resolutions, however on 1024 x 768 it probably could run them extremely well. I believe the HD 6850 is the biggest bang for buck available in the mid-range price bracket.

I'm new here however, that's just the observation I made when choosing my own card, if someone more experienced has better advice feel free to ignore me ^_^
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October 16, 2012 12:34:39 PM

he can probably max it hes only playing @ 1024x768 i would go for a 6850/6870 if its really 16x$
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October 16, 2012 12:43:54 PM

Yeah that's what I was thinking. The 6850 is a very strong card for it's price, as long as you don't want to turn all the bells and whistles on at high resolutions. Even at high resolutions, it'll run games on fairly high settings.
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October 16, 2012 1:39:57 PM

DarkSable said:
Close. He's running an FX- chip, not an APU.


Bah! I was confuzzled :sweat: 
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May 26, 2013 5:59:15 AM

meghrajbaria said:
Is the following graphics card good? :

GENERAL
Graphics Engine: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
GPU Clock: 1071 MHz
Processors and Cores: 384 Stream Processor
RAMDAC Clock Speed: 400
Bus Standard: PCI Express 3.0 x16
Cooling and Heatsink: Fan (Dual Slot)
Model ID: GeForce GTX650 1GB
MEMORY
Memory: 128-bit, 1 GB GDDR5 Memory with 5000 MHz
DISPLAY
Maximum Resolution : 2560 x 1600 (Digital)
TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTED
Graphics Technologies Supported: Microsoft DirectX v11, Open GL Optimization v4.2
CONNECTIVITY
DVI and HDMI Interface: 2 x DVI Output Out, Yes x Dual Link DVI Out, DVI to VGA Adapter
Mini HDMI: 1 x Mini HDMI Output
INCLUDED TECHNOLOGIES
Other Technologies: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync
OTHER FEATURES
Additional Features: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync


If you're on the budget,then it's the best that you can pick on the market
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May 28, 2013 4:36:43 PM

Razr777 said:
meghrajbaria said:
Is the following graphics card good? :

GENERAL
Graphics Engine: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
GPU Clock: 1071 MHz
Processors and Cores: 384 Stream Processor
RAMDAC Clock Speed: 400
Bus Standard: PCI Express 3.0 x16
Cooling and Heatsink: Fan (Dual Slot)
Model ID: GeForce GTX650 1GB
MEMORY
Memory: 128-bit, 1 GB GDDR5 Memory with 5000 MHz
DISPLAY
Maximum Resolution : 2560 x 1600 (Digital)
TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTED
Graphics Technologies Supported: Microsoft DirectX v11, Open GL Optimization v4.2
CONNECTIVITY
DVI and HDMI Interface: 2 x DVI Output Out, Yes x Dual Link DVI Out, DVI to VGA Adapter
Mini HDMI: 1 x Mini HDMI Output
INCLUDED TECHNOLOGIES
Other Technologies: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync
OTHER FEATURES
Additional Features: RoHS Compliant, PhysX by NVIDIA, Adaptive V-Sync


If you're on the budget,then it's the best that you can pick on the market


You know that you just replied to a 7 month old thread right? This discussion took place back in October last year lol
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May 29, 2013 4:40:33 AM

meghrajbaria said:



You know that you just replied to a 7 month old thread right? This discussion took place back in October last year lol


Wow,I didn't notice ahahaha,btw I was wondering what GPU did you take back then?

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