A recommended Graphics Card to run for some new games

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Hello there guys!

Just want to ask what is the best graphics card to run SHOGUN 2 and WARHAMMER: Spacemarines, since I've been waiting for it for some time and my current graphics card cannot run it without lagging and it's too slow. I want to know the next best graphics card but also cheap since my budget is limited.

My Current Specs:

Athlon X2 250 3 GHz.

2 GB Memory.

Radeon HD5450 1 GB Graphics card.

500 GB Hard Disk.

Thanks in advance!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123893

A recommended Graphics Card to run for some new games

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Hi buddy,

You should run a 460gtx near maxed out so you'll want better than that to max it out. But tt can be only run 13×7 resolution too although dual monitor and run it in window mode (and force it to fit full screen in one of the monitors with shift window) so that's slowing it down too. It Suits under your entire specs and cheap too. Hopefully it solved your graphic card need for SHOGUN 2 and WARHAMMER. Feel free to ask me again if not worked.

Thanks you,

Answered By 0 points N/A #123894

A recommended Graphics Card to run for some new games

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I only have 1 monitor. Is that okay with the graphics card you specified?

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A recommended Graphics Card to run for some new games

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Hi,

As you have mentioned you need a good GPU with a cheap price. Well by my suggestion you can close your eyes and go for ATI Radeon 6770. Which would be more than enough to run the games specified by you. It is a very efficient and good card. Moreover price of the card is also very good around 5500 k.

But one more thing before you go for any GPU you must check whether your PSU would be able to support the GPU? Would it be able to provide sufficient power? Well you can check this by just logging on to the vendor's site from where the GPU belongs. For example if you go for an NVIDIA card you can check out the power it requires on their website itself. Hope this helps.

Thank you.

Gaurav3282

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