choosing grapics card

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so when choosing a graphics card what is the most important key features for gaming...that we must look into...well at least for a well balanced settings n performance...on my native resolution i.e, 1600×900
 

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my budget would be about 170 usd...i play games FPS n Fighting games alot n wud like to play newer games in medium 2 high but most important to me when playing games wud b a good fps...so that means i wud sacrifice sum settings to low if i have to......wud like to play...newer games...for eg in first person shooter games like crysis 3 n in fighting games injustice...
 
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As maktovic said, you can get Gigabyte R9 270. If you are able to slightly increase your budget, MSI R9 270X can do better things. You can keep settings @ ultra/very high. But I think it would be very easy to get the facts after knowing your system's configuration.
 

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i have a fx 6300 black edition cpu...4gb ram...500W psu...and gt 610 2gb (which i was impressed by the ''2 gb" part which i later came to regret)...if thats ol u need 2 know...
 
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Then, you can go with the same graphic card mentioned above and by the way, 2x4GB DDR3 RAM would be better.
 

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well i was jus wondering if there was another card @ da same price same performance but a little less power hungry card...if not then i wud stick with this card
 

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At that price with SAME performance which consumes less power there's not any graphics card.

Though you can get GTX 750 Ti for less price which consumes only 60-65W power at load from board itself. But its performance is quite inferior to 270.
With a good quality PSU you shouldn't be even looking at 750 Ti if you can get 270
 

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First and most important of all r9 270 is better performer than 650 Ti boost.
www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/13/amd-radeon-r9-270-review/7

Secondly 650 Ti Boost is hard to find.

Also peak power consumption of 650 Ti Boost and R9 270 is 135W & 150W respectively and that's not much of a difference.
 

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