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    Smile Built my own PC. Need Graphic Card Advice.

    Hello there Mmo-champs!

    I build my own PC here before the summer break.
    I also ordered a new Graphic Card, however after a few months, i was told they stopped producing them, and so now i'm looking for a new one.

    Here i posted my set up thingies. I'm really not very technical, so I'm not 100% sure this is all the relevant stuff.

    650W CORSAIR TX SERIES ATX2.2 - Power Supply
    MB 1156 ASUS P7P55D / Intel P55 Express / ATX - Motherboard
    CPU 1156 INTEL CORE i7 860 2.80 GHz 8MB BOX - Processor
    RAM 4096 MB DDR3 PC3-10666 KINGSTON 1333 MHz (2x2G - Ram

    Been borrowing my friends old 8800 GT nVidia card so far.

    My budget is around 300-350$. Not very interested in going above, but i could perhaps stretch it a little.


    Thanks for any help
    Last edited by Dvveh; 2010-08-02 at 12:02 PM.

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    Try an XFX 5850 i just ordered mine and they have really good reviews on them.

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    I believe the Nvidia cards are out benching the ati cards currently.

    Your price range would put you at a 470 gtx or possibly dual 460s.

    Video is a Palit GTS450. Main display is a 24" full HD TV. Secondary display is an ACER 19" lcd at 1440x900.

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    go for 2x gtx 460....... best bang for the buck (remember to get the 1 GB version)

    and as moobious say`s. the ati are getting outbench by all the nvidia cards, efter there driver updates, so there is no reason buy ati atm.

    the only ati card that is still handing-on is the 5870 card
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    Thanks alot for the feedback.

    I'll take a look at the dual 460 cards.
    Now as I said in the first post I'm not very technical, but is there any chance my power supply wouldn't have enough power (as it's only 650) to run dual?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dvveh View Post
    Thanks alot for the feedback.

    I'll take a look at the dual 460 cards.
    Now as I said in the first post I'm not very technical, but is there any chance my power supply wouldn't have enough power (as it's only 650) to run dual?
    You can calculate the aproximately wattage requirement Here

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