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User Info: Jocko

Jocko
3 years ago#31
Loserman15 posted...
With it's 300w PSU, a 750ti would be the max I'd want to put in there.

However,an i3 and a 750ti is an excellent budget gaming set up. I think you'd be really thrilled to have it, especially if you're new to PC gaming.

Go for it!

This ^^^

It's like the 750ti was made for pre-builts with crappy power supplies. Lots of graphical power compared to how much power they use.

Here get this one:
http://www.ncixus.com/products/?usaffiliateid=1000031504&sku=94331&vpn=02G%2DP4%2D3751%2DKR&manufacture=eVGA&promoid=1248
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User Info: josh_b

josh_b
3 years ago#32
I built my 12 year old brother a pc out of a old work pc that had i3 inside it. I just pulled all the parts and put It in a cheap case off newegg with a crappy no name brand PSU and slapped a GTX 650 in it and a extra 4gb of ram and that system runs like a champ for what it is.... probably paid a little over 200 bucks extra for the case and videocard and ram was from another work pc that as pulled.
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User Info: datopgamer

datopgamer
3 years ago#33
I installed a 750ti in a relatives Dell PC and it plays games rather well. Ran perfectly on a 300w PSU.
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