Intel core i3 3210 for gaming?with radeon hd 6570/6670

is intel core i3 3210 good for gaming with radeon hd 6570/6670?because a friend of mine recently bought a new pc, can it play high end games on above average settings smoothly? :??: thanks :D
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  1. If you get the 6670 gddr5 model it will play games, but probably not on high settings smoothly. The 6570/6670 are entry level cards from last generation and they are lacking in many areas.
  2. The Intel® Core™ i3-3210 is a solid entry level processor that when matched up with a good video card will provide good performance when gaming. Now it is important to remember that most of the performance for gaming is coming from the video card.
  3. thanks for the tips guys :) i will be getting a better video card maybe with my limited small budget of 100-150$, can you guys suggest me a video card?playing games at ultra performance with this money..is it possible?i want to play games and watching movie like scenes in ultra quality ... :(
  4. Before you worry about upgrading your video card, you need to make sure your power supply can handle it. If yours is good enough, a GTX 650ti is probably the fastest you can get with your budget. Ultra will still not be possible on newer games. Some of the newer games make even high end systems cry and beg for mercy.
  5. You might be able to find a Radeon 7850 used on ebay or amazon for $150. It's a high end card and will play most of your games on high or ultra settings. If you are only looking for new cards then the gtx 650ti and the radeon 7770 would be your best bet right now until AMD releases the 7790.
  6. Yeah... Need to know what power supply you have.

    The Radeon HD 7750 is a pretty good card for about $100 and can basically run on any average quality 300w PSU. It is basically equal to a Radeon HD 6770.

    If you have a decent 400w PSU then you should be able to run a GTX 650 Ti which I believe costs about $150. It is more powerful than AMD's Radeon HD 7770 and I believe AMD is planning to release the Radeon HD 7790 to compete against the GTX 650 Ti. In other words, the GTX 650 Ti is a good bang for the buck graphics card.
  7. I would be looking at a used 6850 or GTX 460 or 560 for a good price assuming your PSU is up to it.
  8. 7770 is the best card to pair with an i3 according to ur budget. if your power supply is weak then 7750 is almost just as good.
  9. i have a 500w psu..what can i get?
  10. is my motherboard compatible to any of the cards you guys have suggested?sorry im just a noob.. my mobo is gigabyte ga-b75m-dv3 :??:
  11. Jamail Mustapha said:
    is my motherboard compatible to any of the cards you guys have suggested?sorry im just a noob.. my mobo is gigabyte ga-b75m-dv3 :??:


    your mobo will support any gpu.tell us exact name of psu brand
  12. my psu is huntkey vpower lw-6500hg 500w,,
    i have another question.. is an ecs h61 mobo good for gaming?can it support any gpus?
  13. Jamail Mustapha said:
    my psu is huntkey vpower lw-6500hg 500w,,
    i have another question.. is an ecs h61 mobo good for gaming?can it support any gpus?


    h61 will also support any gpu.
  14. hd 7770 can be runned with your psu as it has enough amperage.

  15. wow thanks dude..
    btw guys can hd 7770 run starcraft2 and other games on ultra settings just fine? or will i get a much higher performing gaming card?what can you offer me with 160-200$?
  16. Jamail Mustapha said:
    wow thanks dude..
    btw guys can hd 7770 run starcraft2 and other games on ultra settings just fine? or will i get a much higher performing gaming card?what can you offer me with 160-200$?


    well i have better idea.

    get gtx 650ti 1gb @$150 + corsair cxv2 430w @ 40 = 190$

    gtx 650ti is faster than hd 7770
  17. you really are a master , ive searched a while ago that gtx 650 ti is a good gpu but why change the psu?
    is my psu uncompatible to gtx 650 ti?i dont have any money left to buy another psu dude, im just poor lol
  18. i am 50-50 of running that gt 650ti in that psu.better to get corsair cxv2 430w psu
  19. oh i think you will fine gtx 650ti consumes just 4w more than hd 7770.i think you will be fine

  20. thanks ashish65 ...btw does a card indicate watt consumption?is it written in the box or what?
  21. yes it is written in box.basically gtx 650ti has 110w tdp,in bench it takes 84w
  22. thanks :D
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