Suggest me a good Graphics Card

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Sushubh

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ooh! duke nukem! fail.

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a variant is available through junglee for 8904 rupees

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errm never mind. it is through amazon so shipping is not included.
 

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Can anyone suggest a good 1 GB graphics card with reasonable price compatible with my Intel Core2Duo PC with 2 GB DDR2 RAM?
 


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Can anyone suggest a good 1 GB graphics card with reasonable price compatible with my Intel Core2Duo PC with 2 GB DDR2 RAM?

Don't fall for the only memory is better argument. I have seen shopkeepers sell 2GB GT210's to people who preferred buying it over a 1GB High End cards.

Whats your budget? Whats your usage? If gaming, then what type of games and at what resolution. What PSU do you have?
 

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My budget is RS.15,000, I'd prefer Nvidia, I'm fascinated by the EVGA Packaging of GTX 560 though the GTX 560ti is available for 1k more cause it contains lot of bundle, I want it for medium res gaming with medium effects and watching 1080p videos.
ASUS too a good reliable brand
Asus NVidia Geforce GTX560 - 1GB DDR5 : ENGTX560 DC/2DI/1GD5 - www.deltapage.com

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See this performance chart and decide for yourself
 
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Go for the Zotac GTX 560 Ti 1GB GDDR5 . It will be enough for maxing out ALL games at full HD resolution and sweet performance .
 


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Thank you all for replying. Actually my budget for this is not very high. It is around Rs 2000. But yes I want to start playing Games (which I do not do normally) in spare time on my PC - like FIFA 2012, Need for Speed, and other racing as well as strategy games (as I told, I am a newbie in Gaming, but I will try out my hand on different games).Also, I want to use the Graphics card to aid my CPU to enhance its processing power i.e., its GPU - for some applications like video encoders for fast processing. Can it be done? Please guide me. Thanks again.
 

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I am using MSI GTX560Ti

Its awesome in performance as well as cooling.

Even in our hot Climate without AC it runs at 38-44C when Idling and 72-75C when at full load. has a dual fan and copper heat pipe. Its a lot better than my shitty TAG GTS 250 :sidefrown:
 

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Thank you all for replying. Actually my budget for this is not very high. It is around Rs 2000. But yes I want to start playing Games (which I do not do normally) in spare time on my PC - like FIFA 2012, Need for Speed, and other racing as well as strategy games (as I told, I am a newbie in Gaming, but I will try out my hand on different games).

Also, I want to use the Graphics card to aid my CPU to enhance its processing power i.e., its GPU - for some applications like video encoders for fast processing. Can it be done? Please guide me. Thanks again.
I'd suggest you atleast increase your budget to 2.5k and buy the nVidia GT520. In 2k, you'll have to buy something like the GT210. Most 2008 and later games won't be playable on it.
 

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no point buying one card which can't play games after 2008 better atleast buy one which can play all games on low settings, if not high !