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Looking For A Good Graphics Card?

Postby Maska » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:58 am

Okay, so I'm wanting to get a new graphics card for my gaming PC; and the games I'm wanting to play would be Skyrim, Dayz, Battlefield, Chivarly: Medieval Warfare,

Games like that.

Now, this probably goes without saying but I would like to be able to play on high-very high settings.

Price range would be around 100-500$

Here are my specs:

CPU INTEL i-7 2600k 3.4 GHZ 1155 UNLOCKED

FAN 1156/1366/AMD HYPER-212, 1 FAN, 4 HEATPIPES

BIOSTAR TH67B,H67,VGA,DVI & HDMI, USB3.0

MEMORY DDR3, KIT =8GB PC12800/1600MHz (4PC OF 2GB)

VIDEO CARD GEFORCE GTX 460 1GB

HARD DRIVE WD 500GB SATA 3 6GB/s WESTERN DIGITAL

ULTRA HARD DRIVE COOLER-FANLESS W/ HEATPIPES

SOUND BLASTER X-FI EXTREME AUDIO PCI

CASE MID TOWER ANTEC SONATA-IV

DUAL CASE FANS DC 120MMx2

POWER SUPPLY ROCKETFISH 500W Extra Quiet PCI Express

Also, I'm running Windows 64

And my computer monitor is 1280x1240

I've asked this question before a couple months back, but didn't get the answer I was looking for.

Also, would be nice to have a link to a site which sells some.

Also, price range: 100-550$
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Looking For A Good Graphics Card?

Postby Johnathan » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:06 pm

The GTX 460 is still a pretty solid card. You can easily overclock the card to GTX480 speeds.

If anything I would probably upgrade the motherboard to a Z77 chipset board.
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Looking For A Good Graphics Card?

Postby beresford » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:09 pm

for $500 you could get a GTX 680 and play anything you want.

right, link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductLis...
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Looking For A Good Graphics Card?

Postby Kade » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:43 am

keep your GTX 460 1GB for now. No need to upgrade really ! wait for next generation's cards.
Or buy a 650 TI or GeForce 660 Ti depending on what you can spend on.
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