In need of a Graphics Card
I am new to the high end graphics gaming world...and am in need of a graphics card...
I would like u to answer me asap..
I would lke to have a graphics card which would support games like Darksiders..Assassins Creed 2..Batman Arkham Asylum..Crysis 2..and others of the same category....I would prefer an ATI Radeon graphics card
My hardware specs are as follows::
ASUS M2AMX motherboard
250 GB SATA HARD DISK
2048 MB OF RAM
ATI RADEON X1200 ONBOARD GRAPHICS
Please also explain to me the power requirements
However please note that i am from India and my budget is around INR 4000.....
Would be waiting for your answers.....
What CPU do you have? And what resolution do you play at?
Power supply is another thing we'll need to know as well
my CPU is AMD Athlon 5600+ dual core processor..
my PSU is not a problem at all....
i generally play at 1024x768 or 1152x864
guys plzz tell me if ATI RADEON HD 4670/ATI RADEON 5570 will be a good choice considering my requirements...
Considering your needs, I'd jump on this offer: HD5770
well,start with a guts upgrade,then worry about middle of the pack or higher gpu upgrade.
right now a 2500 sb chippie should be the best thing since sliced bread. next month or so
amd is supposed to come back in the race with bulldozer chippies...:)
I agree with dang, the man. Add another gb of ram for better speeds yet. You may b able to get a decent quad core/mobo, or simply replace your current 1 with a quad.
There's a quad at Tiger Direct 4 a decent price. How about a phenom II x4 940 black edition 4 $127 + the government's share, which is still less than $150. If you like 2 oc, it's a black edition!
After replacing your cpu, and adding more ram, consider moving up 2 a higher res.monitor as suggested by another member.
After that, you'll be able 2 make better use of your gpu as well.
U mentioned the psu wasn't a problem, 4 a decent gpu a 500w is recommended as minimum, and with those upgrades a good 650w would allow 4 a more powerful gpu down the road.
There are a lot of guys who could help u, and trolling the BST can save even more $ 4 the same, if not better, components.
Good luck and let us know what u decide, out of curiosity.
Do remember the OP is in India so I'm guessing things are a bit more costly...
I think a GTS450 or HD5750/70 would be good choices, depending how much they cost in India.
i just now checked my PSU and could not make out what it meant so i uploaded a picture of it........
It's a request from all of you to please take a look and tell me if it's suitable for ATI Radeon HD 5570/5670..or other similar cards
below is the link
problem :: COMPSU.png picture by vergil1205 - Photobucket
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