Need a New GPU
Written by: PoWeR5 - 22:45 Nov-10-2015

Budget is 150 euros, any gpu that can coop with my cpu would be great. psu= +12v 20 amp 500 w
Thank you for the help

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10:39 Nov-12-2015

r7 370 which consumes as much as a gtx750ti or slightly more, costs 10$ more and is around 15-25% better.

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17:49 Nov-11-2015

750ti will be good fit for your PC, but get a 2gb version, if you can find a R9 270 or any equivalent used card that will be great

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02:31 Nov-12-2015

R9 270 is around GTX 660 level and just a bit above the R7 265 which is equivalent to the GTX 750 ti... I don't see the value in getting one... If he can find an R9 270X for under USD 200 though - that would be a decent buy since it offers GTX 950 level performance... Power consumption is the only disadvantage...

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10:39 Nov-12-2015

the r7 265 is quite better than the gtx 750ti.
Also a r9 270 won't run on a 20 AMP +12V rail.

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09:46 Nov-11-2015

GTX 950 is the best gpu for your budget , you can go for GTX 750 Ti if you want to save some money

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15:48 Nov-11-2015

I agree with the 950, 750 ti is a bad choice though. Low performance for the price, and not very good OC potencial.

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02:26 Nov-12-2015

I disagree... 750 ti has good performance for the price and can be overclocked quite well...

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08:29 Nov-11-2015

I agree with comments below,gtx 950 is just perfect in every way for this. :)

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07:35 Nov-11-2015

GTX950 should fit in that budget, these cards aren't power hungry and are fairly small, so you shouldn't have problems with case clearance :)

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13:32 Nov-11-2015

thing is gtx 950 in my country is like 200 euros while the gtx 750ti is like 140 euros :/ , or non ti, less bottleneck.

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15:06 Nov-11-2015

then go for 750Ti, you cannot go wrong with that either :)
btw that whole bottlenecking thingy is bullshiez, only thing which can really bottleneck your gpu is either monitor or a game ;)

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15:50 Nov-11-2015

One question, what AMD GPUs do you have available for your budget? In some cases you'll get more bang for buck (depends on the country).

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02:44 Nov-11-2015

Best choice is the GTX 950... The most powerful GPU to pair with your CPU would be the GTX 750 ti with a negligible bottleneck so the GTX 950 will indeed be bottlenecked to a degree... But getting it now and upgrading to a new CPU later seems a good idea...

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13:35 Nov-11-2015

gtx 950 costs over 200 euro. What do you think of GTX 750 non-ti ?

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15:36 Nov-11-2015

Can't go wrong with a GTX 750 ti actually... It is quite a good middle class GPU relative to price and power consumption...


GTX 950 is more or less on par with the GTX 760 (if not slightly below) and thus, a step above the GTX 750 ti... However, the GTX 750 ti does have great OC potential so you can push it further... You can't push it to GTX 760/950 levels mind you, but it can be overclocked to the point it slightly surpasses stock GTX 650 ti Boost and approaches GTX 660 levels...

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