Is ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 1GB enough?

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  1. sandyss

    sandyss New Member

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    Please tell ..
    my monitor resolution is 1366 x 768
    i plan to buy a new graphics card...i like the ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 1GB
    (ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 1GB 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - ZOTAC: Flipkart.com).
    But i want to know weather i can play games like Battlefield 3 ,Crysis 2.Gta 4,metro 2033 on high setting (if possible Ultra settings)?
    Since my screen resolution is very small i assume the ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 1GB would be enough for me:-?.I have a Xfx geforce 9500gt
    and i get around 20 frames in most of the games exept gta 4 and for me 25 to 30 frames is playable.
    So is ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 1GB a good choise for me?Please tell me....

    My current pc spec:
    intel core 2 duo e7400
    intel dg31pr(mother board)
    xfx geforce 9500gt
    ddr2 2gb
    320 HDD
    acer moniter (1366 x 768)
     
  2. Cilus

    Cilus laborare est orare

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    Buddy, the choice you have made is a very poor one. GTX 650 is just a overclocked version of GT 640 and performs poorer than HD 7750. I am guessing your budget is around 8K. At this price, get a HD 7770 card. MSI HD 7770 is around 7.8K which is far far better card. MSI R7770-2PMD1GD5 GRAPHIC CARD

    BTW, what PSU or SMPS do you have?
     
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    ashis_lakra SWAT 4 GameR

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    Yes, It'll bottleneck the GPU, unless he upgrades his whole system.
     
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    sandyss

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    i have a ..wait.,i dont know which PSU i have, it is a cheap average 400 w PSU..
    So you are saying that Gigabyte AMD/ATI GV-R775OC-1GI 1 GB is a better card.Then i may buy it instead..:-o
     
  6. d6bmg

    d6bmg BMG ftw!!

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    ^^ And you, most probably need to replace your PSU with a good one. Mention your minimum budget for PSU..
     
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    my budget for psu is 3k
     
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    Get corsair cx 430w at rs 2700 psu.
     
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    CommanderShawnzer Steam High Templar

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    get seasonic sII 430 Watts MUCH Better and reliable than corsair cx430 which has a good chance of blowing up like a 500rs iball psu
     
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    err . From where did you get that??
     
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    doomgiver I play RIFT

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    lol, flipkart reviews!!!

    seasonic is/was the OEM for corsair themselves.
     
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    In the Corsair CX series, seasonic only makes the cx400. Rest all by Channel Well(CWT).

    There are no guarantees for electronic items and sometimes there are no explanations afterwards.
    CX430 v2 has a very good track record, same for Corsair for that matter. Cant expect every product to be perfect.
    In any case, they do try to make up any shortcoming with an excellent service.
     
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    d6bmg BMG ftw!!

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    Your best choice is:
    Corsair CX430V2

    Better? Yes, it is.
    More reliable? No. Both are same.
    Although minimum price of S12II 430 is 3.2K, which is over OP's budget for PSU.
     
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    Cilus laborare est orare

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    And don't forget about Corsair's unbeatable after-sales service. Seasonic does not have that much good service in India and will take some time to be matured enough.
     
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    Thanks for your recommendations....:-o
     

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