suggest me GPU
hi gamers today i need lil help

i'm looking for a GPU but confused that which one should i buy so please help me

i'am a hardcore gamer i like to play games on HD
i've 650 watt PSU
n Samsung S24A350H n i3-540 with 4Gb ddr3

and my budget is 150$ max

every suggestion will be appreciated /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />
hi gamers today i need lil help



i'm looking for a GPU but confused that which one should i buy so please help me



i'am a hardcore gamer i like to play games on HD

i've 650 watt PSU

n Samsung S24A350H n i3-540 with 4Gb ddr3



and my budget is 150$ max



every suggestion will be appreciated /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />

For any kind of game key PM me

#1
Posted 02/11/2012 10:42 AM   
For $150 you can get a GTX 460 1GB 256-bit GDDR5. There are several versions of the GTX 460 out there but you want the 256-bit 1GB version, not the other slower versions. Nvidia marketing just loves to confuse their customers by making different cards have the same name or by making the same cards have different names, so you need to read the fine print and pick up on the details.

While a GTX 460 can do HD gaming just fine for most games, I think a GTX 560 Ti is more future-proof if you can afford to increase your budget to a little over $200.
For $150 you can get a GTX 460 1GB 256-bit GDDR5. There are several versions of the GTX 460 out there but you want the 256-bit 1GB version, not the other slower versions. Nvidia marketing just loves to confuse their customers by making different cards have the same name or by making the same cards have different names, so you need to read the fine print and pick up on the details.



While a GTX 460 can do HD gaming just fine for most games, I think a GTX 560 Ti is more future-proof if you can afford to increase your budget to a little over $200.

CPU: Intel Core i5-2550K @4.4GHz
Mainboard: MSI Z77A-GD43 (Intel Z77 chipset)
Graphics: MSI N660Ti PE 2GD5/OC (GeForce GTX 660 Ti @1019MHz)
RAM: 2 x 4GB Visipro PC3-12800 (1.5V @933MHz)
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Service Pack 1
PSU: Seasonic Eco 600W SS-600BT Active PFC T3
Monitor: Asus VX239H (23" Full HD AH-IPS LED Display)

#2
Posted 02/11/2012 05:25 PM   
and bro which brand is better?

inno3d is cheapest one
but some gamers said buy only evga but some says that inno3d is perfect?
and bro which brand is better?



inno3d is cheapest one

but some gamers said buy only evga but some says that inno3d is perfect?

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#3
Posted 02/15/2012 05:43 AM   
I don't think brand matters much as long as you can claim warranty if it's defective. Even the best brands can still produce defective cards, so the important thing is that you can get it replaced easily if it turns out to be a dud. I buy MSI because my local computer store is an authorized MSI distributor which is willing to replace defective MSI cards directly with no hassle. If the manufacturer offers decent warranty for their products, then it's good enough no matter what brand it is.
I don't think brand matters much as long as you can claim warranty if it's defective. Even the best brands can still produce defective cards, so the important thing is that you can get it replaced easily if it turns out to be a dud. I buy MSI because my local computer store is an authorized MSI distributor which is willing to replace defective MSI cards directly with no hassle. If the manufacturer offers decent warranty for their products, then it's good enough no matter what brand it is.

CPU: Intel Core i5-2550K @4.4GHz
Mainboard: MSI Z77A-GD43 (Intel Z77 chipset)
Graphics: MSI N660Ti PE 2GD5/OC (GeForce GTX 660 Ti @1019MHz)
RAM: 2 x 4GB Visipro PC3-12800 (1.5V @933MHz)
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Service Pack 1
PSU: Seasonic Eco 600W SS-600BT Active PFC T3
Monitor: Asus VX239H (23" Full HD AH-IPS LED Display)

#4
Posted 02/15/2012 09:41 AM   
ok thnx /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />
ok thnx /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />

For any kind of game key PM me

#5
Posted 02/16/2012 06:55 PM   
[quote name='Ital' date='11 February 2012 - 09:25 AM' timestamp='1328981129' post='1368144']
For $150 you can get a GTX 460 1GB 256-bit GDDR5. There are several versions of the GTX 460 out there but you want the 256-bit 1GB version, not the other slower versions. Nvidia marketing just loves to confuse their customers by making different cards have the same name or by making the same cards have different names, so you need to read the fine print and pick up on the details.

While a GTX 460 can do HD gaming just fine for most games, I think a GTX 560 Ti is more future-proof if you can afford to increase your budget to a little over $200.
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There is no such thing as future-proof whoever made that term up. Kepler is coming in two months.
[quote name='Ital' date='11 February 2012 - 09:25 AM' timestamp='1328981129' post='1368144']

For $150 you can get a GTX 460 1GB 256-bit GDDR5. There are several versions of the GTX 460 out there but you want the 256-bit 1GB version, not the other slower versions. Nvidia marketing just loves to confuse their customers by making different cards have the same name or by making the same cards have different names, so you need to read the fine print and pick up on the details.



While a GTX 460 can do HD gaming just fine for most games, I think a GTX 560 Ti is more future-proof if you can afford to increase your budget to a little over $200.







There is no such thing as future-proof whoever made that term up. Kepler is coming in two months.

#6
Posted 03/06/2012 08:28 AM   
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