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HD 6670 DDR3 vs HD7750 DDR5

Hello Everyone,

I'm looking to buy a new video card from NCIX within the next 2 weeks. My budget is $100 tops.

The games that I play are , WoW, League of Legends, Dota 2, Killing Floor, Left for Dead 2. I'd like to be able to play them on atleast medium settings with 60+ fps.

The video card I was using previously, 9800 GT super clocked finally stopped working after 3 years. I have a Seasonic 620W power supply.

PC Specs:
Acer Aspire M3202
x3 8550 Triple Core Processor CPU
7gb DDR2 ram

Monitor resolution is 1600 x 900

I'm wondering if the HD 6670 will be enough to run the games I play on at least medium at 60+ fps or if I should just get the HD 7750? Will my PC be able to run these video cards without bottlenecking?

Thanks.
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  1. 7750 should be fine for you and I think it's the best choice for you. Since you are not playing demanding games at all. Although, don't expect a big performance boost because I am not sure what kind of a performance boost you would get.
  2. The HD 6670 would not be an upgrade over your 9800 GT. Get the HD 7750 - it's at least 50% better than both of those cards.
  3. Best answer
    Aoop said:
    Hello Everyone,

    I'm looking to buy a new video card from NCIX within the next 2 weeks. My budget is $100 tops.

    The games that I play are , WoW, League of Legends, Dota 2, Killing Floor, Left for Dead 2. I'd like to be able to play them on atleast medium settings with 60+ fps.

    The video card I was using previously, 9800 GT super clocked finally stopped working after 3 years. I have a Seasonic 620W power supply.

    PC Specs:
    Acer Aspire M3202
    x3 8550 Triple Core Processor CPU
    7gb DDR2 ram

    Monitor resolution is 1600 x 900

    I'm wondering if the HD 6670 will be enough to run the games I play on at least medium at 60+ fps or if I should just get the HD 7750? Will my PC be able to run these video cards without bottlenecking?

    Thanks.


    Hi - If you can pay $130 up front and wait for the $30mir, you can get an hd 7770

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127664

    Tom
  4. Alright, thanks everyone. I just found the HD7770 on ncix.com for 90$ after mail in rebates, so I'll go with that.
  5. Aoop said:
    Alright, thanks everyone. I just found the HD7770 on ncix.com for 90$ after mail in rebates, so I'll go with that.

    Nice find. Enjoy!
  6. Aoop said:
    Alright, thanks everyone. I just found the HD7770 on ncix.com for 90$ after mail in rebates, so I'll go with that.


    GR8!
  7. Aoop said:
    Alright, thanks everyone. I just found the HD7770 on ncix.com for 90$ after mail in rebates, so I'll go with that.

    Make sure you have a good power supply with that. I recommend a PSU with 1 PCI-E 6-pin power connector for that. Because most 7770 need one.
  8. He's got a 620W Seasonic. That should be a nice upgrade indeed.
  9. Oh yes... Missed that. Sorry!
  10. Best answer selected by Aoop.
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