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what about the graphic card is it fine or can get a better one in that budget ??? i have heard that its the best bang for bucks in that budget
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what about the graphic card is it fine or can get a better one in that budget ??? i have heard that its the best bang for bucks in that budget
The 5670 is kind of overated/underperforming. It isn't much better than the 4670 which is older.


Best bang for the buck card is something along the lines of the GTS 450 from Nvidia.
    
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ASUS LE boards use 3+1 phase, may be rated for 125W but are not nearly suitable for doing so. Other users have experienced performance loss attempting to run 125W on the board, because the high power consumption overloads the VRMs - causing protective CPU throttling feature to turn on and loss of performance during load scenarios. Yes, it will run CPU of high power consumption safely.... but not reliably, nor with the best performance.
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thanx xd i knew someone will be up with that and u especially i will take care and find a good 4+1 mobo and inform u (not a msi one )
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gts 450 is out of my budget thought its the best bang of buck i can get a Gddr3 gts 450 will that do ???
a 5670 Gddr5 512mb or GTs 450 Gddr3 512mb
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