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13 Jan 2010   #11
Coolness

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AmjAdAsh2Ar View Post
thanks people
I will buy a new video card on the next month
Listen, Heres what you need to think about to not get "coned" again:
1) the memory; The more the better, 1gb is good, and you need to look at how fast it is. Basically, if you want a really fast graphics card, GDDR5 is for you, If you want a little less costly one, GDDR3 is for you. I wont go into details unless you want me to.

2) the core clock. The GPU has a processor of its own like the main processor. If you want a fast GPU (graphics processing unit) a 750 mhz core clock is good exellent. The more the better. Currently the worlds fastest graphics card has a dual-core processor with 750mhz per core.

3) Nvidia (The way its meant to be played™) or AMD owned ATI (Bring Tomorrow's Visual Entertainment Experience To Your PC Today™) So the main diffirence here is that ati is cheaper, and i'd say leading the market at the moment. However some say that Nvidia lasts longer, and they were originally lightyears ahead of ATI.

Hope this helps on your decision
Coolness


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14 Jan 2010   #12
AmjAdAsh2Ar

MS Windows 7 Home Premium / 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Coolness View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AmjAdAsh2Ar View Post
thanks people
I will buy a new video card on the next month
Listen, Heres what you need to think about to not get "coned" again:
1) the memory; The more the better, 1gb is good, and you need to look at how fast it is. Basically, if you want a really fast graphics card, GDDR5 is for you, If you want a little less costly one, GDDR3 is for you. I wont go into details unless you want me to.

2) the core clock. The GPU has a processor of its own like the main processor. If you want a fast GPU (graphics processing unit) a 750 mhz core clock is good exellent. The more the better. Currently the worlds fastest graphics card has a dual-core processor with 750mhz per core.

3) Nvidia (The way its meant to be played™) or AMD owned ATI (Bring Tomorrow's Visual Entertainment Experience To Your PC Today™) So the main diffirence here is that ati is cheaper, and i'd say leading the market at the moment. However some say that Nvidia lasts longer, and they were originally lightyears ahead of ATI.

Hope this helps on your decision
Coolness
I want you to explain more about NVIDIA's and ATI's versions numbers
{5***HD 1Gb or 58**HD 1gb)what to choose ?
{9600 gs 1gb or 2** 9*** gx2 or 200 series} ?
first thing the memory at least one gb
second .......?

or should I go to the website and choose the latest? (that's can't be helpful)
because I live in place where you wouldn't buy easily from the internet to deliver you the item
I'm asking because I would have to choose between particular items in a shop
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14 Jan 2010   #13
zzz2496

Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Nvidia: GTX 260, GTX 275, GTX 285, GTX 295 (any memory amount on these cards will suffice).
ATi: Radeon HD 4850, HD 4870, HD 4890, HD 4870 X2, HD 5770, HD 5850, HD 5870, HD 5970 (same as above, any memory amount on these cards will suffice).

If you want, go check Newegg for reference.

zzz2496
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14 Jan 2010   #14
Coolness

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AmjAdAsh2Ar View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Coolness View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AmjAdAsh2Ar View Post
thanks people
I will buy a new video card on the next month
Listen, Heres what you need to think about to not get "coned" again:
1) the memory; The more the better, 1gb is good, and you need to look at how fast it is. Basically, if you want a really fast graphics card, GDDR5 is for you, If you want a little less costly one, GDDR3 is for you. I wont go into details unless you want me to.

2) the core clock. The GPU has a processor of its own like the main processor. If you want a fast GPU (graphics processing unit) a 750 mhz core clock is good exellent. The more the better. Currently the worlds fastest graphics card has a dual-core processor with 750mhz per core.

3) Nvidia (The way its meant to be played™) or AMD owned ATI (Bring Tomorrow's Visual Entertainment Experience To Your PC Today™) So the main diffirence here is that ati is cheaper, and i'd say leading the market at the moment. However some say that Nvidia lasts longer, and they were originally lightyears ahead of ATI.

Hope this helps on your decision
Coolness
I want you to explain more about NVIDIA's and ATI's versions numbers
{5***HD 1Gb or 58**HD 1gb)what to choose ?
{9600 gs 1gb or 2** 9*** gx2 or 200 series} ?
first thing the memory at least one gb
second .......?

or should I go to the website and choose the latest? (that's can't be helpful)
because I live in place where you wouldn't buy easily from the internet to deliver you the item
I'm asking because I would have to choose between particular items in a shop
Well, ATI's version numbers are like this: 4(the general series, the first number)8(the power/fastness rating, the best it 9, second number)90(more specific series number, third and fourth number)
Nvidia is less clear with the older series, as only the series number is displayed i.e 9500. Newer models, like the GTX 295 have: 2(the series number) 95 (the power rating)
I would like know your budget to give more specific instructions.
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14 Jan 2010   #15
AmjAdAsh2Ar

MS Windows 7 Home Premium / 64-bit
 
 

"I would like know your budget to give more specific instructions."


I don't know for now ,, I think that information would be enough and I'll let you know if I need help
thank you Coolness. Thank you all
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14 Jan 2010   #16
Coolness

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AmjAdAsh2Ar View Post
"I would like know your budget to give more specific instructions."


I don't know for now ,, I think that information would be enough and I'll let you know if I need help
thank you Coolness. Thank you all
If you feel that way, alright. See you around, and NP.
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