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Old_Noobette #21 Posted Sep 11 2017 - 01:56

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UPDATE: well the 1050ti order from Best buy was taking so very long to process,, that i called today and canceled it.

I instead went ahead and sprung for the short EVGA 1060 from Newegg. I think my 450w PSU can push it, my CPU is only drawing 25w and the SSD is drawing less than my old HD so i might just be able to run the card.

Thanks for all the help and suggestions.

 

P.S The integrated graphics is killing me. I mean i am a bad player to begin with ,, but oh man this 24fps stuff is killing me.


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Horribad_At_Tanks #22 Posted Sep 11 2017 - 08:22

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View PostOld_Noobette, on Sep 10 2017 - 19:56, said:

UPDATE: well the 1050ti order from Best buy was taking so very long to process,, that i called today and canceled it.

I instead went ahead and sprung for the short EVGA 1060 from Newegg. I think my 450w PSU can push it, my CPU is only drawing 25w and the SSD is drawing less than my old HD so i might just be able to run the card.

Thanks for all the help and suggestions.

 

P.S The integrated graphics is killing me. I mean i am a bad player to begin with ,, but oh man this 24fps stuff is killing me.

 

If its this one then yes you will be good to go and your cpu whilst not the best should still get some decent gains out of the card. It will certainly be able to run far higher details for the same frames as the old 750.

 

https://www.newegg.c...N82E16814487263






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