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Cheapest GPU w/ DVI

I'm building a computer for my living room and the motherboard doesn't have DVI. I need the cheapest GPU that can display 1080p on my monitor with DVI.

I was thinking of an HD 5450 but I am wondering if there is a cheaper option because I'd like to not have to spend $40 just for a DVI port.

Thanks all!

PS: Or HDMI because I do have a DVI to HDMI cable

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look for an OEM GPU like the GT 420, GTX 645, or HD 8350. They usually go cheap on eBay because people don't know they exist so they don't get searched for.

I know I have an OEM GT 420 and I think I might have a 6450 too somewhere. I can look for them tomorrow if you can't find anything.

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look for an OEM GPU like the GT 420, GTX 645, or HD 8350. They usually go cheap on eBay because people don't know they exist so they don't get searched for.

I know I have an OEM GT 420 and I think I might have a 6450 too somewhere. I can look for them tomorrow if you can't find anything.
Thanks. You don't have to go through all that trouble though. I'm going to look up these OEM cards on ebay.

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Go on eBay and search for:
Quadro FX 570
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fsr...c&LH_PrefLoc=1

Should be about $10ish.



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your motherboard doesnt have ANY display outputs? there are cheap adapters that do what you want.

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I bought a second hand GTS 250 for this exact purpose. Cost me something like $14 shipped off of ebay and was like new in box. When my 1070 Ti rig died I used it as a back up and found it could even play BF4 @ 1080p low settings.


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