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Best and cheapest way to upgrade my graphics?

#11Loserman15Posted 8/8/2014 2:20:47 PM
Maybe he's not a super dedicated or hardcore gamer. Why would he spend more money for the same thing?

I think that you are correct to a point. I think that 99$-150$ for a graphics card would suit his needs perfectly.

r7 250, 750, 750ti would be the best options.
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GTX 760 | i7 3770K @ 4.5ghz.
#12GoIrish80Posted 8/8/2014 2:22:26 PM
Loserman15 posted...
Maybe he's not a super dedicated or hardcore gamer. Why would he spend more money for the same thing?

I think that you are correct to a point. I think that 99$-150$ for a graphics card would suit his needs perfectly.

r7 250, 750, 750ti would be the best options.


So are you agreeing with me or not. Because you countered my statement and supported it at the same time.
#13Loserman15Posted 8/8/2014 2:25:07 PM(edited)
GoIrish80 posted...
Loserman15 posted...
Maybe he's not a super dedicated or hardcore gamer. Why would he spend more money for the same thing?

I think that you are correct to a point. I think that 99$-150$ for a graphics card would suit his needs perfectly.

r7 250, 750, 750ti would be the best options.


So are you agreeing with me or not. Because you countered my statement and supported it at the same time.


Hahaha, well, that's what I pretty much did. I just hope nobody was suggesting he get a 760, or 770, etc.
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Network Administrator with a desire to be creative. A+ and Network+ certified and an avid gamer.
GTX 760 | i7 3770K @ 4.5ghz.
#14foodeater4Posted 8/8/2014 2:35:03 PM
$80 is a bit to low to spend. The graphics card is maybe your most important item for a gamer and is generally the most expenisve part in the computer. Anyways, I think a gtx 750ti is probably the weakest card you would want as a gamer. Even if your only playing indie games with an occasional regular game. You'll have check price though, its more then 80. Usually around 130-140ish just depends in there any sales or rebates going on. Its also probably the best card you can get without a PSU upgrade as it requires no extra power cables.