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Is a Geforce GTX 750Ti a substantial upgrade for me?

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User Info: jelly2008

jelly2008
3 years ago#21
I reiterate. I'm not looking for a maxed-out 1080p gaming experience. I'm just looking for a decent performance upgrade at 1080p over my older card. And this current system will be an HTPC, once I build a new PC.
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godplaysSNES
3 years ago#22
If you're going to build a new PC first one or two years from now, I find it hard recommending upgrading from a GTS 450 when you just have a Core 2 Duo.
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jelly2008
3 years ago#23
godplaysSNES posted...
If you're going to build a new PC first one or two years from now, I find it hard recommending upgrading from a GTS 450 when you just have a Core 2 Duo.


Hmmm. So you're saying that upgrading is a bad move? I mean, my processor is gonna bottleneck a 750Ti so much that it ain't worth it?
Intel C2D E7500/ Intel DG41RQ/ CM GX550W Bronze/ ASUS ENGTS450 DirectCU/ 4GB Transcend DDR2-800 RAM/ Seagate 320GB + 1TB HDD/ Hitachi 250GB HDD/ Win 8.1 64-bit
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