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Graphics Card How Good Does My System Need To Be?

Q: Graphics Card How Good Does My System Need To Be?

My System Specs

OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
Other OS Description Not Available
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Manufacturer MSI
System Model MS-7641
System Type x64-based PC
Processor AMD FX(tm)-4170 Quad-Core Processor, 4200 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date American Megatrends Inc. V17.10, 10/08/2012
SMBIOS Version 2.6
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.1.7601.17514"
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 8.00 GB
Total Physical Memory 7.98 GB
Available Physical Memory 4.32 GB
Total Virtual Memory 16.0 GB
Available Virtual Memory 11.4 GB
Page File Space 7.98 GB

I would like to get this graphics card http://www.dabs.com/products/asus-g...rage - Graphics, TV Tuners and I/O - Graphics will my system be able to handle this?

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A: Graphics Card How Good Does My System Need To Be?

While it can handle it, it will be greatly bottlenecked by the CPU. Also, we need to make sure your PSU can handle it, so if you can post your full system specs including the PSU, HDD, motherboard,etc., that would great.

You can probably upgrade the CPU to an 8350 since it uses the same socket. But you may need to apply a BIOS update. BUT, before we get ahead of ourselves, please post full system specs like said above. Thanks.

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the mother board is a dell motherboard E210882 rev.A00, just wondered if it will be ok or can anyone recomend an agpx8 card that will run ok with windows 7.

Thanks.

A:A good agp x8 graphics card for my system

If you can find one the GeForce 7600GT was the best card the 4600i can run its been one of the upgrades spoken about in the DELL Desktop Community Forum.

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A:Good graphics card fan or cooling system?

This looks like a sweet vga cooler. It will be on my list when cash comes available....

Here's a link....
http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=35-118-117&depa=0
 

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Hi

Does anyone know a good Graphics card for use for medium gaming, but mostly on using Adobe Software, for example, Photoshop and Illustrator.
Please find below link to Upgrade options I'm looking at for my old PC:
http://www.novatech.co.uk:80/novatech/specpage.html?MBB-N43051

Recomended the entry level 6600GT lineup for Gaming

I'll list too, in case break in link:

Processor: Athlon 64 3000
Heatsink and Fan: Original Manufacturer
Memory: 1x 512MB 184 PIN 2.5V 400MHZ
Motherboard: NF4UK8AA-8EKRS
Socket Type: 939
Memory Slots: 4x DDR
Chipset: NVIDIA nForce4 (CK8-04) Ultra
AGP Slots N/A
16x PCI-Express Slots 1
1x PCI-Express Slots 2
PCI Slots: 4
CNR Slots: N/A
Onboard Sound: 7.1 channel AC97 (Realtek)
LAN: Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000) MAC + PHY (Vitesse)
Onboard Graphics: No
USB Ports: 4
Parallel Ports: 1
Serial Ports: 1
Form Factor: ATX

Look forward to hearing on your advise, Best Regards
 

A:Whats a Good Graphics card for Gaming and using Adobe Software-Graphics

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I've done a lot of research on this because I built a new system back in August. While I am not much of a gamer, I needed a very good NLE machine. However, the card I chose is quite the gamer card but had all the extras I needed to run Adobe Video Collection.

I picked the Connect 3D Radeon X850XT Platinum card from Tigerdirect. At the time it was $350 but I know it's cheaper now. It's got everything you need for a demanding application like Premiere Pro 1.5 and its related software. 256MB of GDDR3 memory and dual DVI outs. I highly recommend this card. I've been using it since the start of September with Adobe and it's great.

Your CPU and memory are a bit more of an important factor with rendering and burning though. My new PC has a 3.4Ghz P4 and 2GB of 533Mhz dual channel RAM. It's an exceptional increase in speed and productivity over my old 2.4Ghz and 512 Rambus.
 

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cheers

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A:Is this a good graphics card for me

I don't think a 9550 will run doom 3 acceptably, even on low settings, it apparantly gets about 18fps at low quality mode, which is too slow to be really playable.
http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/doom3/doom3-2.html

A card like an agp nvidia 6200 will be much better in doom3, it should be getting about 40fps on high settings.
http://www.nvnews.net/previews/geforce_6200/index.shtml

Other cards to consider, ati 9600pro, 9600xt, 9800, 9800pro.


This is much better for a similar price.
http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/prod...2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=59127
 

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A:What's a good graphics card?

Radeon 9500?

Here's an article you might want to read.
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A:A good HP to buy and a graphics card to put in

assuming that your not interested in building your own machine, that will work if you put a graphics card in it. the X4 620 has decent performance gaming, it lags a bit due to the lack of L3 cache, but for most it will do well when paired with a decent graphics card....which leads me to my next point. The gt9500 GT is an entry level card, it will do okay with games like WOW, but if you are wanting to play games like Far cry 2,crysis,stalker etc at any kind of resolution or detail, the 9500 GT will fall way short. also if you do find the 9500 GT to be the card you want, see if you can save a few dollars and get the 512 version. 1 gb of ram on a low end card is absolutely worthless, and in some cases can actually slow performance a bit.
 

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I play games such as Wolfteam (first person shooter), Maplestory, games on ps2 emulators. Thanks in advance
 

A:Good graphics card?

hi
what motherboard have you got and also what graphics card is it currently
pci agp pcie ?
and i need all of your system specs especially the psu
is it a build or a retail
 

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A:Looking for a good graphics card under $100

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A:xfx graphics card any good?

XFX is crap - we use to use these where I worked and man did they fail bad and they are cheap.

Also, PCI cards offer really poor performance compared to AGP cards - for gaming they simply aren't worth the investment. As for reusing it for dual monitors later, most new video cards support multiple monitors and you don't have to worry about driver issues with two video cards.
 

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A:Graphics Card AGP 8X is it still good?

Are you sure it is the vid card that is being the bottleneck?
For video editing it is the CPU that does all the work.
 

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A:Is this a good graphics card??

it depends on what your dad uses his machine for..??, if he does not game & just uses it for general surfing & media playback its fine...
im guessing your dad needs a card which requires no additional power..??

SK

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A:Is this graphics card any good....

No. It's a rubbish card for gaming and is mostly suited for HTPCs and the like. The 7300GT or even the 7600GT\GS would be a better bet.
 

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A:Is this a good graphics card?

Here's a better card for you.
EVGA GeForce 6200PCI 256MB

This one is much more worth the price.
 

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A:Is this Graphics card any good?

That card will probably only run games on low to medium settings. What resolution is your monitor?

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A:What is a good Graphics Card?

Hello AmazingMSF! Firstly welcome to TSF! Now, depending on your budget you can buy a high end graphics card such as the "Nvidia GeForce 550ti" at a price of 114-120 USD. This card would be guaranteed to play any game at a very rewarding fps (60-100+). Now, if you are looking for something cheaper may I recommend the "Nvidia GT 430" it is low costly and runs all modern games (GW2, Diablo 3, etc) at anywhere between 40-70+ FPS. This is a low costing 60 dollars. (All benchmarks based off games max performance)

Once you buy the graphics card, your motherboard will have a PCIe slot where you insert the videocard as if it was a game boy game and install the drivers from Nvidias home page.

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A:Hi, I need some help. Is this a good graphics card?

in terms of your existing set-up, that's a difficult question to answer as it depends on a number of variables..

sure, it's a decent card, especially when compared to your existing FX5200, but you'd need to get a more powerful PSU - as your current 300w model won't cope with the extra load..

it also requires PCiE, and without full details of your motherboard, it's hard to tell if it is a suitable replacement..

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A:I have a good Graphics Card But

Fill out your 'System Specs', found in your profile. Also, fix the link to your image - you have
Code:
http://http//tinypic.com/view.php?pic=24lvf9v&s=5
where the extra http is not needed.

EDIT: Never mind. That card is rather dated, mid 3's are to be expected with a card that old. Sorry.

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A:Is this a good graphics card?

Here is a quick comparison chart... AMD Radeon HD 6450 Review - Performance#

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A:Good Graphics card

This your computer,

Gateway Support - Hornet Micro Tower Desktop Case Specifications

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Newegg.com - ECS N6200A-256DZ GeForce 6200 256MB 64-bit DDR2 AGP 8X Low Profile Ready Video Card - Desktop Graphics / Video Cards

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A:Is this graphics card good enough?

Yes, that video card is fine for AOE3 and meets requirements for the new C&C game. Last time I checked the Radeon X1950 was indeed the best AGP card available.
 

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A:Need Help Selecting Good Graphics Card

I'm not sure if you're looking for a new graphics card but i know they make radeon 9800 pros in agp, and it would be a very nice upgrade from what you are using now.
 

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I want the card but not sure on the brand?

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A:Solved: Good graphics card?

heavygamer141 said:


I need a good Graphics card which can run high end games but should be under 50$. any suggestions? I have PCI-E slots.Click to expand...

No you are going to need to increase your budget to around $150.
 

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I'm actually seeking for a good graphic card but I don't really know what to choose. I want to play lot of games like Crysis, Assassin's Creed, Dirt and other good games meaning also good graphics. I don't want to buy on that I will need to change shortly due to the fact one or more games cannot be played on it.

You can get access to my system specs. I have a PCI Express x16 Port on my mobo.

Thanks in advance for all your help
amagnien
 

A:Seeking a good graphics card

Your total budget, and your PSU will define what you should get.

However, any very good graphics card is going to be hitting the limit of performance vs. your CPU with your setup, so I wouldn't go too mad.

Its also very important (read essential) that we know what the total wattage of your PSU is, and preferably also the manufacturer of it. Your current PSU may be incapable of powering even a budget GPU currently.

It is also beneficial to know what resolution you currently game at, what resolution you would like to play at (if you wish to change it) and what sort of settings you currently use (e.g. low, medium etc) as certain graphics cards are better at different resolutions than others due to the target audience they're marketed for.
 

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A:Solved: Looking for good graphics card?

If you want to stick with nVidia, there are bunches of sub-$150 GTS 250 cards around. Personally, I'd buy a Radeon 5750, but performance is pretty close either way.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-looking-for-good-graphics-card.929613/
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Well my parents desktop is finally dieing, and their laptop wont turn on any more -_- ./sigh.

So I'm trying to come up with a decent build for them so my younger siblings can play some games, do homework, get online etc.

Planing on using the budget box build for the tower. But now I want a decent graphics card to pair with it. Any good recommendations? Have another $75 or so to spend on this build.

Kinda leaning towards:
ASUS ENGT430/DI/1GD3(LP) GeForce GT 430 (Fermi) 1GB 128-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Ready Video Card

But would love any better recommendations.

Thanks,
 

A:Good graphics card to go with the TS Budget Box

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/graphics-card-geforce-radeon,2761-2.html

They recommend a 5670 ~$80 or 5550 for ~$60. I'd say the Radeon 5550 would be more than fine for a general purpose machine and a little gaming.
These are meant to give comparable performance to a Geforce 9600 GT, and more than enough for a little gaming at 1650x1080 resolution or below.

I don't think any of the lower end fermi offerings are particularly good from what I've read. Have to go for GTX 460 and upwards or not at all.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-graphics-card-to-go-with-the-ts-budget-box.160229/
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hi,
I want to get a new graphics card and a tv tuner so I was wonding what are the best graphics cards with tv tuners that aren't too expensive? I want it to be able to play h.264 clips. I am running Windows Vista, I have an althon 64 x2 processor, pci slots, pci express x1 and pci express x16 slots. I would appreciate it if anyone could help me out.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-is-a-good-graphics-card-tv-tuner.594266/
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. I can increase my budget upto $60.

processor:amd athlon II X2 255 @3.10ghz
Motherboard:GA- m68mt s2p am3.

Though my processor and motherboard is relatively low end, i want to play atleast fifa 11 or game released in 2011. Please help? Thanks!

A:Suggest good graphics card?

You'll struggle massively with such a low budget.
Latest games require new tech, and don't tend ti scale down well to older hardware.
Maybe the second hand market is best, might pick up an AMD 5650 or 5750 for around that price. Probably a big ask though.

Find $100 and your in a better position, as buying a cheaper card now will mean as soon as tech moves on you'll be in the same position as you are now.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/203907-suggest-good-graphics-card.html
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I was not sure where to ask so I thought I should post here in my favorite forum. I have just built a new desktop PC with the following configuration:

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CPU: AMD Fx-4300 3.8GHz
RAM: 4GB DDR3 800MHz
HDD: Seagate ST3320820AS
Video: On board ATI Radeon HD 3000 (AMD 760G chipset)

The PC is okay for everyday use but I want to improve the graphics. More specifically, I would like to have HDMI (The Mobo has only a VGA port) and be able to play games like StarCraft or Crysis 2. On the other hand, I cannot afford buying the most expensive graphics card out there.

So, what graphics card do you suggest I should buy that fits my hardware configuration and requirements?

Thank you in advance,

A:Good graphics card for Vista PC?

You said you wanted HDMI. Does your monitor have a HDMI connector?

How much are you willing to pay for a new card?

http://www.vistax64.com/graphic-cards/302390-good-graphics-card-vista-pc.html
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Heres my graphics card : EVGA Geforce 8600 GT 1024 Mbs.
Heres my MOBO: Gigabyte - GA-MA785GM-US2H

Thanks!

A:Is my graphics card good enough for Shogun 2?

Yep you should be good. You might not be able to run all the settings on high for graphics but you should get reasonable frame rates.
If have at least 250-350 budget you could get a very good video card and that would help even more. Especially with all the great games that should be coming out through out 2012.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/205697-my-graphics-card-good-enough-shogun-2-a.html
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2) ATi's Linux drivers suck, they don't care about customers.

Right now I'm using Matrox G450 dualhead, but it isn't really up to speed 3D-wise.

Parhelia would be a good choice, it has good image quality, fast enough for 3D, but I'm not sure if it supports dual monitors at 1600x1200. Triplehead is limited to 1280x1024 per display, that I know. Their Linux drivers seem to have problems too, not being updated etc.

3DLabs VP880 would be nice as well, but surprise surprise, they don't support Linux either, drivers are included in commercial Accelerated-X, which doesn't seem to support a self-made Linux.

So, unless someone has decent alternatives, looks like choices are pretty much in Nvidia area, GeForce or Quadro.

:blackeye:
 

A:A good graphics card for Linux?

I have never had any problems with ANY nvidia card in Linux. Installation of the drivers is easy and performance is always good.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/a-good-graphics-card-for-linux.15136/
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so far I've got:
2200XP
1 gig of PC3200
160 Gb HD
AU13 FIC mb

Also I have a spare ATI 128 Mb 8500le I could throw in... but I wonder if it would do him any good....

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I want to buy one from www.ebay.com ( I have no alternative to PayPal). One that has shipping to UAE
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A:Good graphics card compatible with Windows 7?

Open up nVidia Control Panel.
Under Display select "Set up Digital Audio".
Verify settings to make sure they are correctly set up to send audio.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-graphics-card-compatible-with-windows-7.210597/
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Thank you

A:A graphics card good enough to game with a 300W psu to run it?

I don't think there's much you can get really. On the Nvidia side there's cards like the GT430 and GT630 that require a 300w PSU. They should be able to handle Black Ops 2 and Blacklight Retribution. Not sure what there is that AMD offer. Above the GT430 and GT630 you ideally need a 400w or 500w PSU.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/293583-graphics-card-good-enough-game-300w-psu-run.html
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Anybody know one? Or just a regular pci express 64 bit graphics card.
 

A:Whats a good 64 bit pci express x16 graphics card.

By 64bit do you mean the memory interface? A 64bit memory interface isn't very good though, 128bit is better and 256bit is the best. If you still want a 64bit interface, then this is about as good as you can get.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814130266
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/whats-a-good-64-bit-pci-express-x16-graphics-card.42450/
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This seems to good to be true, is it?

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thanks
 

A:good graphics card for my acer 22inch lcd

The max resolution for your monitor should be about 1680x1050 right? Confirm that if you can. In any case, the best bet for you would be to get this video card and this CPU for the best performance.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-graphics-card-for-my-acer-22inch-lcd.88404/
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A:Help: Need a good Graphics Card for Windows 7 32bit?

You are talking video card DRIVER, you need the current one for your system, VGA is the default driver that you would also see if running 7 in safe mode, it is HORRIBLE for anything but testing.

So, I suggest you visit piriform.com (or cpuid.com for gpu-z) and download and run SPECCY to determine your actual video card, and acquire the driver from the web site of the brand in question, or the PC/laptop's manufacterer's site.

Even if it's just an on the motherboard GPU, those programs should find it.

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A:Good graphics card for gaming, high fps (MineCraft)

We're going to need a little bit info on your specs mate.

At least your CPU.

If it's a pre-built machine, even the name and model.

As for the PSU, follow the wires things are attached to.

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A:What is a good graphics card for this 15-year old Dimension E520?

Greetings,Thank you for reaching us here. I would like to let you know that all Dimension systems are end of life systems, and the minimum hardware requirements might not have met to run Windows 10. I request you to share the system system service tag, registered owner's name and email via private message so that we will review the system details and assist you further with graphics card upgrade options available for this system.You could send a private message by hovering the cursor on my username and by adding me as a friend.

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3515/t/19997039
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A:Need a good, reliable hard drive or SSD and graphics card

Welcome to the forums.
HDD - Western Digital Caviar Black or RE
SSD - I like Crucial or Intel
Reasonable price good performance the Radeon HD 6870 is hard to beat.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-a-good-reliable-hard-drive-or-ssd-and-graphics-card.1068935/
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the specs needed for the regular are.....
Processor Requirements (minimum): Dual core CPU 2.0GHz or faster
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Graphics with 256MB memory (or greater)
Sound card
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A:Is my processor and graphics card good enough for the regular hd hauppauge?

According to your specs and their recommended specs you should be fine as long as your OS is one of their recommended ones. As far as regular or gaming edtiton - gzrabbed from another site -

Differences between the HD PVR model 1212 and the HD PVR Gaming EditionThere are two versions of HD PVR: the HD PVR model 1212 and the HD PVR Gaming Edition. Here are the differences:
•HD PVR 1212 includes a IR blaster cable to control your cable or satellite set top box channel changing. HD PVR Gaming Edition has a Component Video cable for easy connection to an Xbox 360 or PS3.
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•HD PVR model 1212 contains Arcsoft Total Media Extreme plus Arcsoft Media Convert. Media Convert allows you to change the format of your recordings so you can view them on a iPad or other portable media player. HD PVR Gaming Edition contains Arcsoft ShowBiz with capture and upload to YouTube. A media converter is not included in the HD PVR Gaming Edition.
•HD PVR uses a blue record ring to indicate that recording is taking place. The HD PVR Gaming Edition uses a green record ring."""
Thats all the real differences!

IMHO I would go with the regular and not the gaming because of the lack of video converter and the fact I don't use component video for anything these days but your situation that may be a + for you.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-my-processor-and-graphics-card-good-enough-for-the-regular-hd-hauppauge.1073710/
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The latest and the best card from Team Red (AMD)?

This:-

AMD Radeon

(The AMD Radeon HD 7970 3 GB card)

Many on the forums will persuade you to go with team green (NVIDIA) though if you wish to have better driver support and stability, especially for SLI (dual card) solutions...

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/240513-ati-radeon-hd-4800-series-good-decent-graphics-card.html
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and can i also play guild wars with that video card?
GW requirements: ATI Radeon 8500 or GeForce 3 or 4 MX Series Video Card with 32MB of VRAM
 

A:is this video card good for EQ?Integrated SIS Mirage 2 Graphics with 128MB

in a word, no. your sis mirage graphics controller will not handle said games.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/is-this-video-card-good-for-eq-integrated-sis-mirage-2-graphics-with-128mb.31549/
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did you see this : AMD Radeon HD 7730M - Notebookcheck.net Tech ?

I think its a fairly good device for the price. I asked a simular topic, and they pointed me out that 2gb dedicated RAM is not really the biggest bottle neck. (I could chose between 1Gb and 2Gb dedicated)

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A:Graphics card question for Acer X1420G-U5832; is this a good upgrade?

Have a look at some of the benchmarks here:
AMD Radeon HD 6670 1GB & HD 6570 512MB Review - Page 7

They also had this to say in conclusion:





Quote:
When compared to the HD 5670 and HD 5570- the Turks-based HD 6670 and HD 6570 are superior in every way. Even though a generation to generation performance increase of 10-15% may not seem like a big step, attaining this without changing the manufacturing process while maintaining the same power envelope is no small feat.



It does seem to be a bit faster although not by a huge margin.
If you already have the 5570 and looking to upgrade ... it may not be worth doing.

However, if its a matter of which one to get, the 6570 certainly seems to be the better card.

Look around a bit too. You may be able to get the next step up for the same price. Lots of sales going on ATM.



OH and BTW, Sapphire are probably the best choice for ATI card IMHO

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A:Can I use this as a gaming system? what would be a good vid card?

That should be alright for a game like Spore or Star Wars. But the GPU is really what matters when it comes to gaming. How much are you willing to spend?

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/197122-can-i-use-gaming-system-what-would-good-vid-card.html
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A:A good video card for system

Titan black... but it's $1200.00

To help you, you need to let me know what you're using it for.

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A:Good sound card and speaker system

I'm a fan of Logitech for Speakers. For a soundcard consider a Creative Audigy series card. Price will decide the purchase as neither is cheap.

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http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/productlist/US/EN,crid=2172
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-sound-card-and-speaker-system.307375/
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A:Is this sound card & speaker system compatible? (And are they good?)

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A:Best graphics card for this system?

Look for a model number printed on your motherboard, usually printed around the CPU area.

The info you provided only tells us you are using a Pentium D. Most likely an 820 (could also be either 915 or 920) but not positive. In any case this would be an LGA775 platform, which usually has a PCIe x16 slot. But without knowing the model number of the motherboard so we can check, I'm not going to swear on PCIe x16 support. I am leaning toward PCIe x16 support, since you stated having a graphics card.
 

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Or, should I be looking at the Diamond AMD Radeon HD 7970 PCIE 3G GDDR5 Video Graphics Card 7970PE53G at Amazon.com: Diamond AMD Radeon HD 7970 PCIE 3G GDDR5 Video Graphics Card 7970PE53G: Electronics ?

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A:Best Graphics Card For My System??

Maybe that is just it. That card is just sucking more power than the whole unit can handle. I would suggest getting a bigger PWS in consideration of budget.

You have to take into consideration.

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Please put your System Specs information in your Profile

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hey whats up i was woundering if someone could help me with a problem im having with my graphics card my card is a nvidia geforce mx ther r three possible causes here whats going on downloaded drivers for the card that were not digittally signed and tested for micro soft the second thing i did was install drivers for my monitor BENQ V and i had an old pci graphics card i was trying to fix for my cousin these r the probems i am having my monitor shows red and blue lines and it flickers for a couple of minutes then it crashes i get blue screen relating to memory and when i install the card under monitors in the devics manager crashing graphics system card im getting three default monitors showing graphics card crashing system that r running off of my card when i go to display my dual monitor is showing that both monitors are running of my card and i have only one monitor connected one says plug and play the second one is showing default my first should be saying default i also notice that in cmos my video is saying ega vga and it should be vga ega what i graphics card crashing system tried to do fix it was uninstall graphics drivers for monitor also tried to uninstall the other monitors in device manager ive tried to reset video in cmos back to default ive tried earlier version drivers for card and still no change Any help would be apreciated Ive tried to change resolution to lower settings tried to change refresh rate nbsp

A:graphics card crashing system

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hey whats up i was woundering if someone could help me with a problem im having with my graphics card my crashing graphics system card card is a nvidia geforce mx ther r three possible causes here whats going on downloaded drivers for the card that were not digittally signed and tested for micro soft the second graphics card crashing system thing i did was install drivers for my monitor BENQ V and i had an old pci graphics card i was trying to fix for my cousin these r the probems i am having my monitor shows red and blue lines and it flickers for a couple of minutes then it graphics card crashing system crashes i get blue screen relating to memory and when i install the card under monitors in the graphics card crashing system devics manager im getting three default monitors showing that r running off of my card when i go to display my dual monitor is showing that both monitors are running of my card and i have only one monitor connected one says plug and play the second one is showing default my first should be saying default i also notice that in cmos my video is saying ega vga and it should be vga ega what i tried to do fix it was uninstall graphics drivers for monitor also tried to uninstall the other monitors in device manager ive tried to reset video in cmos back to default ive tried earlier version drivers for card and still no change Any help would be apreciated ive also tried to change refresh rate and lower resolution settings nbsp

A:graphics card crashing system

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