Affordable graphics card?

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Posted 4:48pm on Fri 13 September 2013
Omegatrite
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Affordable graphics card?
I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?
Posted 7:06pm on Fri 13 September 2013
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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1.) What sort of price range you looking at?
2.) What are you planning to use it for? (I am guessing games but what sort of games? high end games, low end games etc.)

Check out this card is roughly £100

Radeon HD 7790 - Mid range.

Also this link might help a bit http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...view,3107.html
Posted 6:17pm on Sat 14 September 2013
Omegatrite
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1.) What sort of price range you looking at?
2.) What are you planning to use it for? (I am guessing games but what sort of games? high end games, low end games etc.)

Check out this card is roughly £100

Radeon HD 7790 - Mid range.

Also this link might help a bit http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...view,3107.html

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thanks for the post I was just generally looking for a card which would be able to just run most games well on low settings and the article you linked was very useful to get ideas for the kind of card I'm looking for.
Posted 7:26pm on Sat 14 September 2013
Freekill
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thanks for the post I was just generally looking for a card which would be able to just run most games well on low settings and the article you linked was very useful to get ideas for the kind of card I'm looking for.

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You will defiantly want to check out the card I suggested then as it will do what you want, it will play latest games not at max max settings but defiantly settings that are quite high.

If you still need help feel free to replay back ^^
Posted 3:38pm on Sun 15 September 2013
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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That card is great and will get the job done.
Posted 7:47am on Tue 21 January 2014
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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I had this problem on my TV and you have to change the settings on the TV itself. My old TV didn't have a "just scan" and I couldn't adjust it myself but my new one had a just "scan option" as well as 4:3, 4:3 letterbox and 16:9 etc.
Posted 2:21pm on Thu 23 January 2014
DonFapowski
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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I'm going to second the Radeon HD 7790, I've owned 3 different mid-range Radeon cards and they never disappointed me. My last was an HD 6870 and it handled BF3 pretty well on high settings.
Posted 6:00pm on Thu 23 January 2014
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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If anyone wants a second-hand factory AMD HD 7770 1Ghz Edition (2gb RAM) for, I dunno, £25 or something + postage (we can talk), I'll be replacing mine next week.

It's not a bad card by any means and served me really well.
Can run just about anything at mid to high settings at 1080p/60, though like most Radeon cards, FSAA and MSAA have noteworthy impacts. SSAO as well.
Posted 10:05am on Fri 24 January 2014
Freekill
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I currently have an ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card and am looking to upgrade but don't really have much money that's a cost effective and will be a good improvement on my current card, any suggestions?

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BrySkye, may I surgest you post this in the bargin bin thead as it will most likley get more exposure :P.

If my desktop PC was not dead I might of taken you up on that offer if it was in working condition.
Posted 12:00pm on Fri 24 January 2014
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BrySkye, may I surgest you post this in the bargin bin thead as it will most likley get more exposure :P.

If my desktop PC was not dead I might of taken you up on that offer if it was in working condition.

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lol, I'm not desperate to shift it or anything. Just saying as this was a topic asking about a graphics card, it's good enough for me.
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