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post #11 of 20
which ever has more core clock and memory clock
post #12 of 20
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I think I will go with MSI. It has the two fans which will help cool it better than the ASUS. Right?
post #13 of 20
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Sorry about this noob question, but it will work on this MotherBoard, correct?


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post #14 of 20
Yes, that would be a PCI-E slot at the bottom of your upside down picture. 7750 fits into one of those.
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Everything that has been said in this thread is correct. But I'd like to talk about your future gaming rig tongue.gif

What kind of budget are you looking at for this rig? If you're planning on building a nice, high powered, semi "future proof" rig, I'd look at getting a higher end gpu than a 7750. You could get a 78xx or 79xx series gpu and a new powersupply to run it as a start to your new rig.
 
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post #16 of 20
grab the gigabyte 7750 it has the highest stock OC.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125417
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Originally Posted by G3RG View Post

Everything that has been said in this thread is correct. But I'd like to talk about your future gaming rig tongue.gif
What kind of budget are you looking at for this rig? If you're planning on building a nice, high powered, semi "future proof" rig, I'd look at getting a higher end gpu than a 7750. You could get a 78xx or 79xx series gpu and a new powersupply to run it as a start to your new rig.

This is the tree I'm barking up too.. That's $110-$115 you'll never see again which could have went towards something nice like a 7850.
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post #18 of 20
Dont get a 6770 benchmarks have clearly shown that on dx 111 and dx 10 6770 and 7750 are neck to neck and in some games 6770 gives around 6 or 8 fps more bt not in new games. 7750 is very new and in some time wwhen all its driver updates are out it would be better than 6770. i really recommend u 7750. take a msi or gigabyte one.


and for your psu if you have anything over 16a on +12v rail dont get a new one(for 7750 only) but if u plan on buying a 6770 bet a 300w or 350w psu with a pcie connector of a good brand crosair fsp or cooler master. dont give up anything more that 40$ for your psu.

and i m not just talkin on theoritical bases i m talkin on experience too . i placed a 7750 in my friends pc which has a i ball 240w psu and a core i5.
usually 15a or 14a on +12v would do but your psu is not good(brandwise) and your amd is power consuming .

dont worry just buy a 7750

the gigabyte one gives around 39avg fps on bf3 at 1280x720.(everthing maxed out)
post #19 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by G3RG View Post

Everything that has been said in this thread is correct. But I'd like to talk about your future gaming rig tongue.gif
What kind of budget are you looking at for this rig? If you're planning on building a nice, high powered, semi "future proof" rig, I'd look at getting a higher end gpu than a 7750. You could get a 78xx or 79xx series gpu and a new powersupply to run it as a start to your new rig.

dude for 79xx or 78xx he would require a bigger case a good psu and nice cooling unit and aa good motherboard to avoid bottlenecking in all he would need a nice new pc.
post #20 of 20
get gigabyte they have a 100mm fan as big as your psu and dont worry dude cooling wont be a prob and as quesoblaco said it has been 10% factory overclocked to 880mhz
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