|"C'mon, have you done ANY research at all? Did you check the links I posted? The GT 630 is another HTPC card. In fact, it's just a GT 440 with a new model number. "|
considering I came to you guys for HELP, it's captain obvious to anyone with an ego smaller than a pea that I had no idea what to look for. But since you felt the need to lower me down to the level of a gnat, I'm gonna go ahead and pick this post apart and see how you like being ridiculed for once.
"If you were expecting to be treated with Kepler for entry-level budget cards, then we’ll pop your dream bubble right now. The GT 610, 620 and 630 are all Fermi-based and are just rebadged older generation GPUs. Still, this strategy is not entirely bad and these cards will surely fit your budget HTPC build."
You could have just said "There are no decent cards for under 100 dollars. No, you went the extra step to make me look like a total IDIOT!
"And in case you don't know what Kepler is, it's the lastest NVIDIA GPU series. It's the successor to Fermi. The upcoming series will be called Maxwell & is due out next year. All this can be found by using Googe."
Oh sorry, I guess I was mistaken for someone who should know what the hell these things are
And I believe you were told in another post to look for cards that have GDDR5 memory. This HD 6670 w/GDDR5 will kick the sh!t out of the GT 430 or GT 440 or GT 630:
Uhhhh, what? Wasn't my original question asking what is a better card than the one I have now? I think it was, look again. You don't have to be a **** about it you know
Or if you can afford up to $100, get this GTX 550 Ti which will kick the sh!t out of all of them, but make sure your power supply can handle it:
had you done YOUR research, you would have looked up my computer model that I spelled out IN THE VERY FIRST POST and see that it has a very limited power supply. Something of which I can't afford to upgrade right now. Oh by the way, I can't go up to 100 dollars, had you read back a little I stated I could only go up to 80ish! haha FAIL!
Someone needs to take you off your high horse, and throttle your holier than thou attitude, because it's ***holes like you who make computer novices like me not want to ask for help because this is how we are treated. With that said, I'm going to close this topic, delete my account here, and talk to a friend of mine who is an IT professional, and see what his recommendations are. Sorry if you're butthurt after all this but I came here asking for help, and I get you jumping down my throat asking me if I've done any research when I have no idea what to look for.