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#1 kannansmt

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Posted 09 September 2014 - 10:49 PM

i am from india .i have bought i have bought fx 8350 processor and m5a97 r2.0 motherboard. i want to buy very good graphic card between rs 10000 to 15000 or under rs 10000, i am having 23 inches single samsung led 1080p monitor. i am getting confused because whether to buy 1 gb graphic card or 2 gb graphic card. i want to play all games only at 1920 *1080 p settings and future latest games also. is 2gb graphic card is faster than 1gb graphic cards. i like gtx 760 very much but very costlier in india (RS 18200). i want to know whether 1gb graphic  equal to 2 gb gtx 760 graphic card .which is top class for 1 gb graphic card or shall i buy 2 gb graphic cards. best 1gb card which plays 1920*1080p latest games wth out lagging in future also



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Posted 10 September 2014 - 09:18 AM

It is true the having more video memory is better, with your budget I would recommend the GTX 760, but I am not sure how the prices are in India as those cards are only $240-$250 USD (Around 15000 RS). Playing games at 1080p should not be a problem for most any graphics card in that range, although you may not be able to play with ultra/very high details.


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