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Trouble finding a graphics card

I am having trouble finding a graphics card that I can use on my computer for gaming. I play mostly sci-fi/ survival horror games like Deus Ex, F.E.A.R., Dead Space, System Shock, Half Life 2 type stuff etc etc. I read somewhere that a radeon 6670 was okay for my system. Please help. And before you say it, I don't want to upgrade my PSU.

specs:
powerspec b710
8gb ddr3 ram
Intel Core i5-3570K Quad-Core (3.4GHz)
Intel HD Graphics 4000
windows7 professional

PSU-300 Watt 115-230V; 60/50hz; 8-4A, Combined +12V Rating- 166 Watts (13A)

LG 24" led monitor 1920x1080
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  1. We can't recommend anything to you because your psu can't handle anything. You will need at least 450 watt+ psu. Sorry.
  2. you can go with HD 7750..as it doesn't require extra power..it take its power via pci slot itself..so can go with that.....without upgrading your psu...its not good gpu though you can manage to play on low resolution....your other system specs are good for gaming so go with 7750 and when you can afford go with decent psu (at least of 600 watt) and a new shining gpu HD 7950 or 7870 whatever you can afford...
    7*** series is better then 6***..so instead of 6670 go with 7750
    hope it will help..peace!!!!!
  3. docxxx said:
    you can go with HD 7750..as it doesn't require extra power..it take its power via pci slot itself..so can go with that.....without upgrading your psu...its not good gpu though you can manage to play on low resolution....your other system specs are good for gaming so go with 7750 and when you can afford go with decent psu (at least of 600 watt) and a new shining gpu HD 7950 or 7870 whatever you can afford...
    hope it will help..peace!!!!!

    I think he'll have to play the games he wants to on low and at low res so it'll look really bad.
  4. docxxx said:
    you can go with HD 7750..as it doesn't require extra power..it take its power via pci slot itself..so can go with that.....without upgrading your psu...its not good gpu though you can manage to play on low resolution....your other system specs are good for gaming so go with 7750 and when you can afford go with decent psu (at least of 600 watt) and a new shining gpu HD 7950 or 7870 whatever you can afford...
    7*** series is better then 6***..so instead of 6670 go with 7750
    hope it will help..peace!!!!!



    What is an inexpensive psu to go with? And how hard is it to do?
  5. didn't get you...you want to buy a new psu or what...???
  6. Limerick said:
    I think he'll have to play the games he wants to on low and at low res so it'll look really bad.

    its true but without psu upgrade 7750 is the way to go....
  7. dataflex5 said:
    What is an inexpensive psu to go with? And how hard is it to do?

    didn't get you...you want to buy a new psu or what...???
  8. I guess I'll upgrade the psu
  9. Best answer
    dataflex5 said:
    I guess I'll upgrade the psu

    i personally like corsair( they are best in making PSU with quality components)...so here are two choices....you might found it expensive but i really think whenever you buy psu go with branded one..it increase life of your system


    corsair GS 600 watt...
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139020

    or

    corsair TX 650 watt
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139023
  10. Best answer selected by dataflex5.
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