Upgrade from GTX 650 Ti
hi, this setup i have has been 3-4yrs. my dell S2340L monitor recently has problem with screen burn in and now left with a 1/3 (vertically) patch of pale green. so anyway i am thinking to replace it with a new monitor. i am still thinking about monitor that supports 144hz (not thought of which yet) or maintain at 60hz (LG 24MP88HVS, probably). i dun do heavy gaming yet. so i am still ok with 60hz at the moment. so i also know that my GTX 650 Ti probably could barely support 144hz now since its old already. please give me suggestions on the new graphic card that i should get, looking at: medium range, not necessary the latest. i am open to suggestions too. :} current setup: Intel core i7-4770 3.4hz LGA1150 MSI Z87-G45 G SKILL PC1600 CL10 16gb ddr3 Seasonic 650W 80PLUS Nvdia GTX 650 Ti Win 10
hi, this setup i have has been 3-4yrs. my dell S2340L monitor recently has problem with screen burn in and now left with a 1/3 (vertically) patch of pale green. so anyway i am thinking to replace it with a new monitor.

i am still thinking about monitor that supports 144hz (not thought of which yet) or maintain at 60hz (LG 24MP88HVS, probably). i dun do heavy gaming yet. so i am still ok with 60hz at the moment.

so i also know that my GTX 650 Ti probably could barely support 144hz now since its old already.

please give me suggestions on the new graphic card that i should get, looking at:
medium range, not necessary the latest.

i am open to suggestions too. :}

current setup:
Intel core i7-4770 3.4hz LGA1150
MSI Z87-G45
G SKILL PC1600 CL10 16gb ddr3
Seasonic 650W 80PLUS
Nvdia GTX 650 Ti
Win 10

#1
Posted 11/29/2017 07:21 AM   
The next logical replacement and significaint upgrade would be the GTX-1050ti. However; if you plan on doing more modern gaming in the future the GTX-1060 6Gb would be highly recommended
The next logical replacement and significaint upgrade would be the GTX-1050ti.

However; if you plan on doing more modern gaming in the future the GTX-1060 6Gb would be highly recommended

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Posted 11/29/2017 09:17 AM   
Question is what is your intended budget for said graphics card?
Question is what is your intended budget for said graphics card?

#3
Posted 11/30/2017 03:42 AM   
[quote="MrInfinit3"]The next logical replacement and significaint upgrade would be the GTX-1050ti. However; if you plan on doing more modern gaming in the future the GTX-1060 6Gb would be highly recommended[/quote] Thank you. I will look at that. [quote="janverwaga"]Question is what is your intended budget for said graphics card?[/quote] Intend to prepare the set for gaming in future. Budget would be not more than USD250, about there.
MrInfinit3 said:The next logical replacement and significaint upgrade would be the GTX-1050ti.

However; if you plan on doing more modern gaming in the future the GTX-1060 6Gb would be highly recommended

Thank you. I will look at that.

janverwaga said:Question is what is your intended budget for said graphics card?

Intend to prepare the set for gaming in future. Budget would be not more than USD250, about there.

#4
Posted 11/30/2017 05:42 AM   
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