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Windows 7: Which Graphic Card Should I Buy

04 Nov 2017   #1
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 
Which Graphic Card Should I Buy

Hi,
as the title said, i have a limited knowledge of hardware and i need someone to help me decide what and which i should buy as a new Graphic Card for gaming, cause i am confused of what i should get, especially there're a several versions for only one GPU, i have a list that's available in my country, i hope someone to choose from it and tell me why he chose it if there's no problem of course, if you wonder why i only picked Nvidia's Graphic cards, it's because i had a bad experience with AMD, especially i lost my last GPU because of the heating, which was R9 290X Twin Frozr, for my PC config, i have a decent one, but it will do the job, till i get a new one,
-Asus P8Z68-V PRO
-I5 2500K 3.3Ghz /
-8GB Ram DDR3 1666mhz
Thermaltake Smart SE 730W Bronze.

this is an image of what i've found:

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PS: if someone has a better suggestion than the ones that i have provided, i hope that he suggest there's no problem i will look maybe i will find.

one more thing, i am a YouTuber, so i will have to record footage while playing games i hope someone consider that, cause when recording you will have minus 10 fps or more, plus i need a graphic card that support 3 monitors thanks in advance. thanks.




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05 Nov 2017   #2
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

you probably didn't read my thread, but thanks anyway ^^
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05 Nov 2017   #3
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

137 views, with 1 replay ?
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05 Nov 2017   #4
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Serious Gamer View Post
137 views, with 1 replay ?
Knowing a bit more about your needs would help, starting with what your budget is and what the inputs on your monitors are (DP? HDMI? etc.).
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05 Nov 2017   #5
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
You`ll have to post how much you'd like to spend, but I'll suggest this card.

GTX 1070 Ti Gaming Graphics Card | NVIDIA GeForce
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Serious Gamer View Post
you probably didn't read my thread, but thanks anyway ^^
Serious Gamer needs to run three monitors. That card has three outputs but each one is different, which may cause some connection issues. Also, even though the specs say the card has multimonitor support, it doesn't say how many streams. Just because a card has a certain number of outputs doesn't mean it supports the same number of streams.
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05 Nov 2017   #6
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

Lady Fitzgerald
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first thanks for your answer but sorry i can't tell you about my budget, cause there's no measurement in here, i gave the graphic cards that are in the scale of my budget, please check the image, but i would say it's between 300$ to 450$
(i am not planing to install 3 monitors now or in the very soon, so it's okay but what i meant is that i am YouTuber so i will be playing in one screen and work on the other screens)
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05 Nov 2017   #7
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

OK folks, I had to reread the first post several times before it sunk into my three remaining brain cells (two of which no longer work; old age sucks) that Serious Gamer had posted the cards that are available where he lives so those are the ones we will have to recommend from. One of you who is more knowledgeable about gaming cards than I am will have to chime in on which ones of those may be best for him.

@ Serious Gamer If you are planning on eventually running three monitors, it would be wise to go ahead and get one that is capable of doing so now rather than have to spend the money again later.
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05 Nov 2017   #8
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

3 monitors it's not a priority for now, so don't let it effect your choices about the best card for me, and i thing that you can have a background of my budget when you compare my suggested Graphic Cards with the ones in your country, so i hope that you suggest others if you have, and i will see if i can find them thanks.
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06 Nov 2017   #9
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

Total Ignorance (:
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08 Nov 2017   #10
Serious Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate Edition ‎(X64)‎ Service Pack 1
 
 

anyone can help me? please ?
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