Solved Sir, can you suggest me a graphic card in my budget?

January 31, 2014 at 04:58:38
Specs: Windows 7, AMD Phenom X2 3.3Ghz/4 gigs
I have a AMD Phenom X2 processor @3.3 Ghz and 4 GB of ram with a resolution of 1920x1080.I have a Gigabyte M68MT-S2 motherboard.It has integrated graphics of nvidia geforce 7025/nvidia nforce 630a of 256 MB.I want to buy a amd radeon graphic card of 1 GB.Will both the graphic cards assist each other or should i buy a nvidia one?My budget is around rs.2500..... sir, plz suggest me a good graphic card....

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#1
January 31, 2014 at 15:46:45
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Based on a quick RS to USD conversion, that's about a $40 budget. With that you really won't get very far.

I would suggest getting a Radeon 6770 or something alike it, it sounds like it would fit what you want. They are about $80, so double your original budget.

http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/DESK...

No, the cards won't help each other out. If you have your monitor hooked up to the old card's ports then it will only use the old card, and likewise with the new one. If you had two AMD graphcis chips they have something called CrossFireX, which allows the memory/GPUs to be combined. I'm not sure if Nvidia offers something like this, but if they do, I would suggest getting another Nvidia graphics card. Because the one I suggested and the one you have are different brands, they will never be able to work together.


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January 31, 2014 at 18:35:07
NVidia's technology is called SLi & it's not supported.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/pro...

"integrated graphics of nvidia geforce 7025/nvidia nforce 630a of 256 MB.I want to buy a amd radeon graphic card of 1 GB"

Just so you know, the memory isn't what makes the graphics better/faster, the GPU is the difference-maker. And as stated above, 2500 rupees (approx. $40 US) isn't going to get you a decent gaming card (I assume that's what you want). Have a look at the following article:

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: January 2014


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