usmangt — 2012-09-16T05:39:21-04:00 — #1
I have not very latest PC but it is still good to play Games.
Here is my System Configuration
Intel dual core 2.2x2 - Processor
Intel DG41TY - Mother Board
Windows 7 - 64 bit
Normal Power Supply 400 watt
1 GB DDR RAM (2 slots)
160 GB SATA Western Digital
PCIe x 16
The previous 3D Card which was used:
Nvidia GE Force 7200 GS
400 Mhz clock speed
Please suggest a 3D Card which can be used based on my System Hardware Configuration.
usmangt — 2012-09-22T03:24:32-04:00 — #2
system — 2012-09-25T01:02:04-04:00 — #3
Try nVidia GT 540M 2gb graphics card. I am using from last 2 years till now no maintenance is required. The nVidia GT 540M is good enough to play many games with medium settings that are not too demanding. I have also played Max Payne 3 on it with medium settings and there is no lags in video performance at all. So i will recommend it.
girin_jackson — 2012-10-16T08:57:55-04:00 — #4
You can go for ATI Radeon 5770,6770 or 7770. Price of this is almost same and provides much better functionality.
molona — 2012-10-16T09:54:50-04:00 — #5
I can't even remember the graphic card in my computer but it came with 2GB of memory and it is good to play any game. I do have a higher processor than yours.
nVidia cards have always worked for me so I'd go for that option. Nothing against ATI.
system — 2012-10-17T01:14:54-04:00 — #6
I'm oscillating between nVidia cards ATI Radeon. But previously I used nvidia card to play games on Personal computer. Lets see others options.
anderson123 — 2012-10-17T04:28:14-04:00 — #7
You can try to use Gigabyte G1.Sniper M3 3D graphic card to play games. clearty of this graphic is best for run games.
paulkaisis — 2012-10-17T14:04:28-04:00 — #8
My favorite is NVIDIA. I think most of time it is best. Try to use google for more good suggestion. I think you can get there helpful advice.
austin80ss — 2012-10-24T04:21:57-04:00 — #9
Choosing Graphic Card depends on:
1) Prefered screen resolution
2) Using or not PhysX and 3D tech from NVIDIA
3) Power of power source
4) Personal preferences for heat and noise.