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I used to have the Nvidia GTX 750Ti , really good mid range video card , and a really good deal for the price (100$ here). You get a card that can play any game on medium and sometimes high settings , and it can be put on any PC really since it consumes only about 60 Watts .

Now I have the GTX 970, also a great deal , for about 340$ you get one of the highest end single GPUs out there (despite the 3.5 GB VRAM issue) .

So if you want a cheap option , I really recommend the 750Ti , even when I sold it I already played every game out there on high settings. If you want a high end one you could get the 970 (or maybe the 960 for even cheaper ) . And if you wanna go pro , the 980 or 980Ti . The 980 isn't really that far from 970 , except for the 6 GB memory which could help in future games.

 

As for AMD , I'm honestly not that informed , but all I know is they consume a LOT of power and dissipate a LOT of heat - "completely safe 95 C"  AMD says-

What are you PC specs ?

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Got an old Radeon HD 6670, was the only "cheap" upgrade that wouldn't require me changing the PSU back then. Was a huge increase from onboard graphics to say the least! Now this was at least 4-5 years ago and I honestly have no idea what is trendy these days.

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12 hours ago, vlatkozelka said:

I used to have the Nvidia GTX 750Ti , really good mid range video card , and a really good deal for the price (100$ here). You get a card that can play any game on medium and sometimes high settings , and it can be put on any PC really since it consumes only about 60 Watts .

Now I have the GTX 970, also a great deal , for about 340$ you get one of the highest end single GPUs out there (despite the 3.5 GB VRAM issue) .

So if you want a cheap option , I really recommend the 750Ti , even when I sold it I already played every game out there on high settings. If you want a high end one you could get the 970 (or maybe the 960 for even cheaper ) . And if you wanna go pro , the 980 or 980Ti . The 980 isn't really that far from 970 , except for the 6 GB memory which could help in future games.

 

As for AMD , I'm honestly not that informed , but all I know is they consume a LOT of power and dissipate a LOT of heat - "completely safe 95 C"  AMD says-

What are you PC specs ?

Intel Xexon 2 processor 3.2 gig,  16 gig mem,   64bit  OS (win7pro)   current card is a  ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT  (haha minecrafts minimum)

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