I have only ever owned Nvidia cards, and my mother board is sli compatible so I could upgrade if needed. Between only ever owning Nvidia products and never having problems and the ability to SLI i will not switch to amd.
I have been looking recently for a new Nvidia graphics card for my computer and i would like to keep the budget around 300$. So far i was looking at the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121775 ..... i have a dual monitor set up but i only use one to play games, any suggestions or input would be great.
My wife recently downsized my home office to a small hutch so I had to buy a smaller tower, I ended up buying a Chieftec Bravo because of the VESA mount and relative small form factor. The reviews of the cases gaming ability are not the best due to poor airflow so I was planning on adding some extra fans and a CORSAIR H80i to cut down on heat. The only components I still need to buy are the CPU, CPU cooler, motherboard, and memory . I have already ordered / own all the...
Hey everyone, just wanted to see if I could get some advice on a computer I would like to build after my deployment. I already have a few of the components like hard drives, gpu, psu, operating system, and optical drives so im not worried about that.
Originally Posted by chinesekiwi
Depends on ya budget for a new one....
If you don't want to spend cash, it'll still be much better than onboard.
If it would make a big diffrence then I would be willing to spend around 100-200$ on a new card, although i dont think i would see that much of a performance upgrade over my current one.
Originally Posted by Zippit
You could do a DIY mod and solder on some new...