Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card Could Launch by End of Year

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Hey.That_Dude

We'll see what the price performance ratio is.

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CaptainDoug

Entry level is cool. I'm hoping theres a new iteration of a GPU that doesn't need a 6 or 8 pin power connector. HD 7750 isn't going to last forever.

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PCLinuxguy

No Offense intended but there's nothing wrong with even a "budget" card needing a single 6 or 8 pin connector. and even entry level I'd go no lower than a 7850 AMD Radeon or a GTX 650 Ti Nvidia card unless you're just going to use it for web surfing.

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CaptainDoug

None taken. I agree that for budget cards, price/performance is key but for those of us who don't game a lot or just play the classics, something like the 7750 or (some of) the GTX 650 are more than enough. I'm actually still surviving on an 8600GT which is a bit painful... I can play Fallout 3 though, what more do I need?

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PCLinuxguy

used to rock the 9800GT myself. still a very robust card for it's age.

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honeybadger33

Thats what I am using right now is a Asus 9800GT. Although I am also currently looking into buying a new computer. While I can build one I think Im going to go with xidax because of their LIFETIME Warranty. Im going to get a SLI setup because I love the Nvidia cards and Ive never even owned an ATI card. What processor and what graphics card would you guys reccomend for me getting? Im getting a system that will have to last me for at least 5 years with minimal upgrades or even none.

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PCLinuxguy

It depends on what you are going to use the machine for. casual or hardcore gaming? 1080p 4k?) video watching/streaming, media server, simple web browsing machine?

As a reference point, for a basic web surfing machine, I'd go for the AMD A10 Richland APU. but for the other things I'd go for either an i3 or an i5 with no less than a GTX 650 GPU. Gaming would be an i5 and a GTX 770 with 8GB

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Shalbatana

Okay, nice article about a graphics card, but the image you supply is actually of the next Enterprise. What's with that?

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wolfing

To boldly go where no card has gone before...