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Hey guys,

Im going to change my old graphics card but dont know which one is better for gaming. Just now i heard AMD got CrossFireX technology... Can you all tellm me which graphics card is suitable for below spec ??

Below is my current Computer spec :

Motherboard : F1A75-M LE ( FM1 Socket )

CPU Processor : A6-3650 2.6Ghz QuadCore with HD 6530D

Memory : Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR3 1600mhz

GPU : Asus EAH5450 Silent ( 1GB DDR3 64bit )

Monitor : LG FLATRON LCD SCREEN

Im Consider to buy a graphics card where the type is 1GB DDR5 128bit ( or higher ).
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For budget the radeon 7770 is unmatched. You can eveb get a silent 7750.
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What's your budget and you're gaming right?
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how about the HD 6670 ?? is that better for gaming ?
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about $USD 80 only.... =)
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I would get a 7770. The 7750 doesn't quite cut it in a rig I have. A 7770 or 650 Ti would be great for that CPU, especially if you could OC it a little bit.

EDIT: Saw budget. At that, you can't get good value. A GT640 is abou all that's decent, and that's pretty terrible in price:performance ratio. Try at least buy a used 7750 for $90 or so.

Here's actually one new for only $100:
http://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graphics-11202-00-20G/dp/B007B5V614/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360394814&sr=8-1&keywords=HD+7750

But if you want to save a few bucks, you could always go used:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0079XWPEK/ref=sr_1_5_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1360394814&sr=8-5&keywords=HD+7750&condition=used

EDIT2: Oh wait, do you want Hybrid CFX? I wouldn't recommend it, but if you understand it and you know it benefits your uses, then a 6670 GDDR3 is a good option to pair with your integrated graphics. However, due to the iGPU running off system DDR3, you won't get any performance gain from buying a GDDR5 6670. This means that you'll be limited to DDR3 overall, which isn't for anything above 1600x900.
Edited by 267267123 - 2/8/13 at 11:32pm
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After i see HD7770 Spec, i found that GPU have "GHz edition".. what is that mean and what is the benefit if i buy HD 7770 ?
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After i see HD7770 Spec, i found that GPU have "GHz edition".. what is that mean and what is the benefit if i buy HD 7770 ?
in short i want to say it will be faster
    
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After i see HD7770 Spec, i found that GPU have "GHz edition".. what is that mean and what is the benefit if i buy HD 7770 ?

The GHz edition simply means that the core is clocked at 1000MHz, or 1GHz, as opposed to the 7750's 800MHz. The 7770 also has 128 more shader units (the 7750 has 512). I'd say the 7770 gives about 30% more performance for 15% more cost than the 7750. 7770 chips also tend to OC a little higher because they're more perfect than the 7750 chips. At your budget, I'd recommend a 7750 or 7770, unless you can score a used 6850 for less than a 7770.

If you buy a 7700 series card, you can instantly OC the memory form 4.6GHz to 5GHz, which doesn't really affect the 7750's performance, but helps out the 7770 a ton. This is possible because the 7700 series cards use 5GHz RAM, but AMD chooses to run it at 4.6GHz default.
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I would get a 7770. The 7750 doesn't quite cut it in a rig I have. A 7770 or 650 Ti would be great for that CPU, especially if you could OC it a little bit.

EDIT: Saw budget. At that, you can't get good value. A GT640 is abou all that's decent, and that's pretty terrible in price:performance ratio. Try at least buy a used 7750 for $90 or so.

Here's actually one new for only $100:
http://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graphics-11202-00-20G/dp/B007B5V614/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360394814&sr=8-1&keywords=HD+7750

But if you want to save a few bucks, you could always go used:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0079XWPEK/ref=sr_1_5_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1360394814&sr=8-5&keywords=HD+7750&condition=used

EDIT2: Oh wait, do you want Hybrid CFX? I wouldn't recommend it, but if you understand it and you know it benefits your uses, then a 6670 GDDR3 is a good option to pair with your integrated graphics. However, due to the iGPU running off system DDR3, you won't get any performance gain from buying a GDDR5 6670. This means that you'll be limited to DDR3 overall, which isn't for anything above 1600x900.

Thanks for your suggestion , i understand what are you trying to tell me.. refer to my current computer spec, my A6-3650 can work together with HD 7770 or 7750 1GB DDR5 via CrossFireX Tech ?
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