Which graphics card is best for my requirements??

I have a 1360X768 resolution LCD monitor. And I dont have any intension to change it atleast now. I have 9500GT but now when I played Far Cry 3 and COD Black ops 2 its working fine without lack in LOW graphics, though Assassins creed 3 is running in ultra without any lack, but now I want to give a little upgrade to it. Is a HD5670 is sufficient for me?? Because I will not change my monitor until its dead. Should I buy HD5670??
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  1. no dont go for two generations old video card and get 7750
  2. alvine said:
    no dont go for two generations old video card and get 7750

    Actually my PSU is bad. And you can see my monitor is 1360X768 resolution. So I was thinking that 5670 or 6670 can handle all recent games...
  3. Get hd 7750.it is perfect for that resolution.i am using it and i have same resolution until now there is no games which i has to turn down to medium setting,every game runs at high/very high/ultra with 45-60fps.
  4. Hd 7750 just consumes 45w at maximum load and it doesnot need 6pin psu connector so it can work with local 300-450w psu.get it you will never regret yourself later.
  5. 7750 can handle low power and watts
  6. 7750 is more power efficient over 5670 so go for 7750. did i say 7750?
  7. alvine said:
    7750 is more power efficient over 5670 so go for 7750. did i say 7750?

    Currently I'm running this

    2 Sata HDD,
    1 sata DVD writer
    Core2Duo E7500 2.93GHz
    P5KPL AM/PS
    2 DDR2 Sticks
    1GB 9500GT
    2 Fans

    I have local SMPS of Frontech which says it is a 450Watt but I dont think it can maintain atleast 50% efficiency.

    Is it safe to use HD7750 replacing 9500GT????
  8. Yes it is safe as you already have gt 9500 which consumes around more power.so you will fine or upgrade to vip or zebronics psu as much better than frontech.but it will be fine.
  9. jayadratha said:
    Actually my PSU is bad. And you can see my monitor is 1360X768 resolution. So I was thinking that 5670 or 6670 can handle all recent games...



    Hi - still go with alvine's suggested 7750.
  10. ^ go for 7750
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