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    Old 05-07-2014, 06:14 PM
    chrisguyver chrisguyver is offline
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    Default Hi noob here need help!

    Hi guys I'm really confused on what I'm looking for all I want is something that is better then the card I already have I'm listing some options on cards that I like let me know which ones the best or please give me some suggestions that will go good with my rig specs are

    i5 2.7ghz cpu.
    Intel dp55kg mobo.
    Ati radeon 5770 hd gpu.
    1tb hdd.
    Razr naga mouse.
    Logitech g11 keyboard.
    4gb 1600 ram.

    Cards I'm looking at
    Xfx amd radeon HD 6750

    Msi radeon r7 250

    HIS ati radeon HD 7770 1gb gddr5

    Thanks for the help guys
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    Old 05-08-2014, 12:14 PM
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    Also check out the 750...
    What do you have for a PSU?
    You may want a bit more for GPU horsepower depending on what games you play.
    Also another 4 GB stick of ram couldn't hurt as a good amount of games are going 64 bit pretty soon.
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    Old 05-08-2014, 06:20 PM
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    You have an i5-750 ?

    The 7770 is the best one listed.

    Also look at the R7 265 or GTX 750/750ti which would be an even better starting point. The R7 265 is faster, somewhere between an AMD 7850-7870 , but uses more power than the 750's . The GTX 750's are more power efficient & overclock well. I'd recommend having a decent 400W+ PSU to handle them, you may get away with slightly less on the GTX 750's that don't require an additional 6 pin power connector.
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    Old 05-11-2014, 01:33 AM
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    Thanks for the info guys btw I have a 700watt psu
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